Election 2018

Stitt Takes Luther, primary runoff results

There were 268 votes cast today by registered voters at the Luther Community Center, the biggest precinct for Luther’s residents.

During Stitt’s visit to Luther in June, he met with Luther High School sophomore Ryan Jasper and others.

The 196 Republican voters chose Kevin Stitt for Governor, and mostly chose political newcomers over incumbents. Matt Pinnell for Lieutenant Governor, Charlie Prater for State Auditor, Gentner Drummond for Attorney General, Joy Hofmeister for State Superintendent, Leslie Osborn for Labor Commissioner, Brian Bingman for Corporation Commssioner.

One Libertarian voter chose Chris Powell for governor.

There were 71 Democrats who voted today at the main polling place for Luther residents. Thy chose Ashley Nicole for Corporation Commisioner and Kendra Horn for Congress.

In the County Commission race, Al McAffrey edged Carrie Blumert by one vote.

The breakdown:

REPUBLICANS

Governor
Mick Cornett 95
Kevin Stitt 98

Kevin Stitt talked to voters in Luther in June.

Lt. Governor
Lindy Murphy 78
Matt Pinnell 114

State Auditor
Cindy Byrd 93
Charlie Prater 97

State Superintendent
Joy Hofmeister 111
LindaMurphy 81

Labor Commissioner
Cathy Costello 61
Leslie Osborn 127

Corporation Commissioner
Bob Anthony 88
Brian Bingman 101

Libertarian
Chris Powell 1
Rex L Lawhorn 0

DEMOCRATS

Corporation Commissioner
Ashley Nicole McCray 47
Blake Cummings 24

Fifth Congressional District
Kendra Horn 43
Tom Guild 28

County Commissioner
Carrie Blumert 35
Al McAffrey 26

Republicans 196
Libertarian 1
Democrats 71

In November, Sitt will appear on the ballot with Democrat Drew Edmondson who also visited Luther earlier this year, and the Libertarian nominee.

Edmondson and LHS graduate and FFA State Central Vice President Makala Parsons.

 

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