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Posted on Nov 6, 2014

Dano leading Lee; Schaapman wins easily for PUD

About 56 percent of Grant County’s registered voters turned out for Tuesday’s election.
There are 35,480 registered overs in the county.
While most of the ballots have been counted, another projected 500 ballots will be counted at 5 p.m. Nov. 6. The results for local Grant County races, so far,  are as follows:

Assessor
Melissa McKnight,  10,719, 63.86%
Laure Grammer,   6,065, 36.14%

Auditor
Michele Jaderlund,  10,031, 59.72%
Jacob Taylor,  6,767, 40.28%

Grant County Commissioner
Cindy Carter,  10,590, 62.79%
Randy Zolman,  6,275, 37.21%

Prosecutor
Garth Dano,  10,178, 53.34%
Angus Lee,  8,902, 46.66%

Treasurer
Darryl Pheasant,  11,063, 59.08%
Casey Cooper,  7,664, 40.92%

Grant County PUD
District 3
Larry Schaapman,  10,149, 67.19%
Robert Hogg,  4,956, 32.81%
District B
Bob Bernd, 11,113, 69.3%
Noah Zemke,  4,924, 30.7%

Supreme Court Justice
Position 4
Charles W. Johnson, 11,825, 75.68%
Eddie Yoon,  3,800, 24.32%
Position 7
Debra L. Stephens,  12,242, 76.67%
John Scannell,  3,735, 23.33%

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