*Numbers will be updated throughout the day
WAYNE – Unofficial results are in for area counties from the 2020 General Election.
Votes will not be official until the Canvassing Boards convene.
Unofficial results for statewide races will also be posted and refreshed starting at 8:00 p.m. (CDT) and 7:00 p.m. (MDT) on the Secretary of State’s website https://sos.nebraska.gov/
The Wayne County Canvassing Board will meet on Thursday, November 5 at 1:30 p.m. from the Wayne County Courthouse.
Wayne County: Voter turnout in Wayne County: 78.74% with 4,263 of 5,414 registered voters. The last high was 72% in 2016.
City Council Ward 2: Yasuko Taoka (220) and Kathy Berry (160)
City Council Ward 3: Dwaine Spieker (381) and George F. Phelps (53)
City Council Ward 4: Christopher L. Welch (125) and Nick Muir (481)
City of Wakefield Council Member Ward 2: John Geiser (54) and Valerie Bard (83)
Wayne County Commissioner District 2: Dean Burbach (778) and write-in Jeff Paustian (209)
Wayne School District 17 (top three): Lynn P. Junck (1,727); Jaime Manz (1,717); Jeryl L. Nelson (1,561) and Brent Pick (1,328)
Winside School District 95R (top three): Carmie Marotz (314); Landon Grothe (472); Josh Kruse (431) and Scott Watters (295)
District 17 Senator: Joni Albrecht (2,746) and Sheryl Lindau (1,242) (Dakota/Thurston counties also voting)
LCC School District Bond (votes also coming from Cedar/Dixon counties): For (3) and Against (6)
Cedar County (mail-in county): 87.61 % (5,058 of 5,773 registered voters)
LCC City Council At Large (top two): Chad Johnson (321); Justin Eriksen (290); Jeff Erwin (216) and Logan Garber (143).
LCC School District Bond (votes also coming from Wayne/Dixon counties): For (611) and Against (645)…123 for and 136 against in Dixon County….three For and six Against in Wayne County.
Cuming County: 29.05% (1,704 of 5,865)
West Point-Beemer School District #1 (top three): Randy Popken (1,099); Steven A. Blocher (1,358); Christine Torres (1.067); Steven Hughes (1,761) and Herb Hasenkamp (1,330)
Wisner-Pilger School District #30 (top three): Harlan P. Sateran (612); Mark Glaubius (669); Byron L. Keller (580) and Travis Bellar (540)
Several School tickets will be attached.
Economic Development issue for City of West Point: For (966) or Against (290).
Dakota County: 48.44% (5,483of 11,320)
County Commissioner (top three): Scott Love; Greg Utech; Troy Launsby; Robert J. Giese; Mark J. Dorcey and Sandra A. Lopes.
City of South Sioux City, City Council (top four): Jason V. Bowman; Rick Boursquet; Carol Schultd; Ben Schultz and Randy Meyer.
City of South Sioux City School Board District 011 (top three): Marcia A. Becker; Marla Grier; Matthew J. Aitken; Christopher L. Krueger and Toni Ray Christensen.
Ponca District 001, one ward voting in county (top three): Monte Burki; Phil Kramper; Shawn Fethkenher and William Kastning.
Dakota City, City Council (top two): Clint E. Rasmussen; Chuck Carson and Kevin Schoepf.
Homer School Board District 31 R (top three): Byron Hall; Ronald L. Neal; Tyler N. Kirkholm and Aaron Reis
Emerson Village Board (top three): Robert Bose; Tarry L. Daum; Doug Mackling; Mark Graf and Ryan P. Beacom.
District 17 Senator: Joni Albrecht and Sheryl Lindau (Wayne/Thurston counties also voting)
Dixon County (mail-in county): 82.41% (3,135 of 3,804)
Ponca School Board #1 (top three): Monte Burki (548); Phil Kramper (744); Shawn Fethkenher (579)and William Kastning (388)
Wayne School Board District #17 (top three): Lynn P. Junck (32); Jaime Manz (29); Jeryl L. Nelson (21)and Brent Pick (28)
LCC School District Bond (votes also coming from Wayne/Cedar counties): For (123) and Against (136).
City of Wakefield Council Ward 1: Ross Hansen (142) and Steven H. Greve (81)
City of Wakefield Council Member Ward 2: John Geiser (47) and Valerie Bard (98)
Madison County: 27.54% (6,080 of 22,078)
City Council Ward 1: Kory Hildebrand and Juan E. Sandoval
City Council Ward 2: Frank C. Arens and Carl Weiland
County Commissioner District 2: Eric Stinson and Zak Hookstra
Pierce County: 80.44% (4,046 of 5,030)
County Commissioner District I: Tom Kuether (740) and James Aschoff (528)
Pierce City Council (top two): Lee Acklie (481), Randall C. Evans (218), Kyle Stuchlik (233) and Will Fogle (461)
Osmond City Council (top two): Douglas A. Schmit (274), John R. Aschoff (167), Dennis Haselhorst (279)
Pierce School Board (top three): Dave Lienemann (973), Dan Unseld (1,112), Eric Retzlaff (968), Craig H. Peters (993) and Lisa D. Freeman (1,156)
Several School tickets will be attached.
Stanton County: 81.64% (3,184 of 3,900)
Thurston County: 54.49% (2,425 of 4,450)
District 17 Senator: Joni Albrecht (1,393) and Sheryl Lindau (721) (Wayne/Dakota counties also voting)