ELECTION 2014

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Joe McDonald ran unopposed for District 29A, receiving 11,839 votes (96.80 percent). All election results for District 29A are unofficial.

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Dist. 30B Republican Eric Lucero easily won his first bid for state house, doubling up challenger and Democrat Sharon Shimek with 9,005 votes for Lucero (68 percent) and 4,256 votes (32 percent) for Shimek.. Lucero, a Dayton City Councilor who lives in the small portion of Dayton that is located in Wright County, was all […]

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Unofficial polling results for the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office are in, and with all precincts reporting, Rich Stanek will continue to hold the office for his third term. Stanek, a former Minnesota State Representative, won the election by a wide margin, winning 234,840 votes, or 67.66 percent. Stanek defeated challenger Eddie Frizell, a deputy police chief and colonel in […]

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Incumbent Jennifer DeJournett cruised to a victory over challenger John Skavnak in the election for the Three Rivers Park District Board of Commissioners, District 2. DeJournett earned 29,884 votes (71.04 percent), while Skavnak received 11,983 votes (28.49 percent), according to the preliminary results posted on the Minnesota Secretary of State website. Another 199 write-in votes […]

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Four Hennepin County district judge positions were contested on the Tuesday, Nov. 4, ballot.  Seat 16 Incumbent James Moore won re-election to the seat to which he was appointed in 2012. The Plymouth resident was challenged by Bruce Michael Rivers, Minneapolis. Moore took 66 percent of the vote, to 33 percent for Rivers. Vote totals […]

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Incumbent Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek looks to keep his position after the election. With 412 of the 414 precincts reporting, he received 234,013 votes (67.65 percent). Challenger Eddie Frizell received 109,638 votes (31.69 percent). There were 2,285 write-in votes. The Hennepin County Sheriff’s term is four years.

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With 412 of 414 precincts reporting, unopposed Michael Freeman has won the Hennepin County Attorney seat. He ran unopposed and received 284,119 votes (98.34 percent). There were 4,806 write-in votes. This term is for four years.

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Incumbent Jennifer DeJournett has been re-elected to her position as Three Rivers Park District Board of Commissioner District 2. She received 29,884 votes (71.04 percent). Challenger John Skavnak received 11,983 votes (28.49 percent). There were 199 write-in votes. The district includes all or part of Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Dayton, Maple Grove and Osseo. The term […]

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