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All Adair County Primary Election Results, May 20, 2014

Max Wise surprisingly close in U.S. Senate race. Mike Stephens wins Democratic County Judge Executive Race. Josh Brockman wins GOP Sheriff's Race and top vote getter of evening. Lisa Greer wins Republican nomination for County Court Clerk. Joey White is Republican jailer nominee. Magistrates: Harold Burton wins in 1st. In 2nd, Daryl Flatt wins to face Wid Harris in the fall. Perry Reeder wins GOP nomination in 4th, Billy Coffey retains 5th District seat on Court. Democrat Bryan Feese wins to face Republican Greg Caldwell in general election. Terry Hadley unseats Billy Rowe - to face Terry Farris in fall in seventh.

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All Adair County Primary Results. The list is sorted by office, and then within each office by number of votes received.

The name of the candidate with the most votes in each race is shown in bold.


Constable 1st Magisterial Dist. (R): William "Bill" TROUTWINE received: 314 votes (63.18%)
Constable 1st Magisterial Dist. (R): Jeramy STEARNES received: 183 votes (36.82%)

Constable 2nd Magisterial Dist. (R): Shannon ROWE received: 171 votes (40.91%)
Constable 2nd Magisterial Dist. (R): Michael L. BLAIR received: 124 votes (29.67%)
Constable 2nd Magisterial Dist. (R): Brandon WILLIS received: 123 votes (29.43%)

Constable 4th Magisterial Dist. (R): Ed WIGAL received: 210 votes (46.05%)
Constable 4th Magisterial Dist. (R): Jane POTTS received: 155 votes (33.99%)
Constable 4th Magisterial Dist. (R): Robert Dee ALBERTSON received: 91 votes (19.96%)

Constable 5th Magisterial Dist. (R): Tim BOTTOMS received: 399 votes (76.00%)
Constable 5th Magisterial Dist. (R): Stephen JOHNSON received: 126 votes (24.00%)

Constable 6th Magisterial Dist. (R): Jason RECTOR received: 285 votes (68.18%)
Constable 6th Magisterial Dist. (R): Anthony BURKE received: 133 votes (31.82%)

Constable 7th Magisterial Dist. (R): Joe COLLINS received: 442 votes (63.51%)
Constable 7th Magisterial Dist. (R): Steve FOSTER received: 254 votes (36.49%)

County Clerk (R): Lisa GREER received: 1222 votes (29.62%)
County Clerk (R): Mark D. HARRIS received: 976 votes (23.65%)
County Clerk (R): Brenda MANN received: 940 votes (22.78%)
County Clerk (R): Dale McCLOUD received: 573 votes (13.89%)
County Clerk (R): Mike SNEED received: 415 votes (10.06%)

County Judge/Executive (D): Michael Lee STEPHENS received: 753 votes (57.52%)
County Judge/Executive (D): Joe ROGERS received: 556 votes (42.48%)

Jailer (R): Joey WHITE received: 1213 votes (29.59%)
Jailer (R): Buddy POWELL received: 1104 votes (26.93%)
Jailer (R): Eric ANTLE received: 1087 votes (26.51%)
Jailer (R): Lawrence Alan" BURTON" received: 417 votes (10.17%)
Jailer (R): Mark SELBY received: 279 votes (6.80%)

Magistrate 1st Magisterial Dist. (R): Harold BURTON received: 356 votes (58.17%)
Magistrate 1st Magisterial Dist. (R): Danny GOODIN received: 183 votes (29.90%)
Magistrate 1st Magisterial Dist. (R): Jamey NEAT received: 73 votes (11.93%)

Magistrate 2nd Magisterial Dist. (R): Daryl FLATT received: 320 votes (64.00%)
Magistrate 2nd Magisterial Dist. (R): Kelly M. HAMLETT received: 180 votes (36.00%)

Magistrate 4th Magisterial Dist. (R): Perry REEDER received: 455 votes (85.85%)
Magistrate 4th Magisterial Dist. (R): William H. PILKINGTON received: 75 votes (14.15%)

Magistrate 5th Magisterial Dist. (R): Billy Dean COFFEY received: 396 votes (59.73%)
Magistrate 5th Magisterial Dist. (R): Mike MITCHUM received: 267 votes (40.27%)

Magistrate 6th Magisterial Dist. (D): Bryan Allen FEESE received: 139 votes (48.60%)
Magistrate 6th Magisterial Dist. (D): Steve WILLIS received: 87 votes (30.42%)
Magistrate 6th Magisterial Dist. (D): Rodney KARNES received: 60 votes (20.98%)

Magistrate 6th Magisterial Dist. (R): Greg CALDWELL received: 258 votes (51.70%)
Magistrate 6th Magisterial Dist. (R): Daril SALYERS received: 241 votes (48.30%)

Magistrate 7th Magisterial Dist. (R): Terry M. HADLEY received: 352 votes (44.90%)
Magistrate 7th Magisterial Dist. (R): Billy R. ROWE received: 313 votes (39.92%)
Magistrate 7th Magisterial Dist. (R): Chad MOORE received: 119 votes (15.18%)

Sheriff (R): Josh BROCKMAN received: 2670 votes (67.70%)
Sheriff (R): Chris JANES received: 688 votes (17.44%)
Sheriff (R): Justin CLAYWELL received: 586 votes (14.86%)

State Senator, 16th Senatorial Dist. (R): George Maxwell "Max" WISE received: 2665 votes (65.79%)
State Senator, 16th Senatorial Dist. (R): Sara Beth GREGORY received: 1386 votes (34.21%)

US Representative, 1st Congressional Dist. (D): Charles Kendall HATCHETT received: 565 votes (61.68%)
US Representative, 1st Congressional Dist. (D): Wesley Seaton BOLIN received: 351 votes (38.32%)

US Senator (D): Alison Lundergan GRIMES received: 899 votes (80.56%)
US Senator (D): Gregory Brent LEICHTY received: 92 votes (8.24%)
US Senator (D): Burrel Charles FARNSLEY received: 79 votes (7.08%)
US Senator (D): Tom RECKTENWALD received: 46 votes (4.12%)

US Senator (R): Mitch McCONNELL received: 1932 votes (48.26%)
US Senator (R): Matt BEVIN received: 1914 votes (47.81%)
US Senator (R): Shawna STERLING received: 66 votes (1.65%)
US Senator (R): Chris PAYNE received: 64 votes (1.60%)
US Senator (R): Brad COPAS received: 27 votes (0.67%)


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Knifley (a large part of it) was all smiles last night



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