Primary Election Results

Candidate races

United States Senator – Democrat

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Ben Pursley12,00842%
 David Roth16,34858%

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United States Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Brenda Bourn17,9119%
 Mike Crapo (incumbent)139,93167%
 Natalie M Fleming13,4126%
 Scott Trotter21,38010%
 Ramont Turnbull16,8428%

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Representative in Congress 2nd District – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Flint L. Christensen5,8376%
 Daniel Algiers Lucas Levy1,7992%
 Chris Porter5,1925%
 Mike Simpson (incumbent)56,52455%
 Bryan Smith32,79232%

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Governor – Libertarian

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 John Dionne Jr.23441%
 Paul Sand34059%

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Governor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Brad Little (incumbent)120,96955%
 Janice McGeachin66,38530%
 Steven Bradshaw3,8502%
 Ben Cannady6430%
 Ed Humphreys25,92412%
 Ashley Jackson2,5641%
 Lisa Marie8480%
 Cody Usabe4960%

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Lieutenant Governor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Scott Bedke114,57554%
 Priscilla Giddings85,65440%
 Daniel Gasiorowski12,4216%

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Secretary of State – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Phil McGrane95,72146%
 Dorothy Moon81,44939%
 Mary Souza31,64615%

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Attorney General – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Raul Labrador107,26250%
 Arthur Macomber21,22410%
 Lawrence Wasden (incumbent)86,29840%

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Superintendent of Public Instruction – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Sherri Ybarra (incumbent)57,42728%
 Debbie Critchfield86,34341%
 Branden Durst64,97331%

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District 28 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Tom Branson1,01819%
 Art da Rosa1,39526%
 Jim Guthrie (incumbent)290655%

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District 28 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Richard Cheatum2,68152%
 Dawn Morrell2,49748%

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District 28 Seat B – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Dan Garner2,57851%
 R. Scott Workman2,51149%

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District 29 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Dustin Manwaring (incumbent)2,01660%
 S. Craig Yadon1,36940%

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District 29 Seat B – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Greg Romriell1,61949%
 Jake Stevens1,67951%

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District 30 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Jerry Bingham3,28342%
 Julie VanOrden4,51858%

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District 31 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Van Burtenshaw (incumbent)5,01469%
 Fran Bryson2,28731%

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District 31 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Karey Hanks (incumbent)3,22244%
 Jerald Raymond4,17856%

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District 31 Seat B – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Rod Furniss (incumbent)4,54863%
 Darnell Shipp2,70737%

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District 32 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Kevin Cook (incumbent)5,20075%
 Keith Newberry1,74825%

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District 32 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Nicholas Christiansen2,62038%
 Stephanie Mickelsen4,30062%

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District 33 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Dave Lent (incumbent)3,62768%
 Bryan Scholz1,71832%

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District 33 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Barbara Ehardt (incumbent)3,31857%
 Jeff Thompson2,52943%

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District 34 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Jason Drollinger0 
 Jon Weber (incumbent)0 

0 precincts reporting

District 34 Seat B – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Ron Nate (incumbent)0 
 Britt Raybould0 

0 precincts reporting

District 35 Senator – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Mark Harris (incumbent)3,43560%
 Doug Toomer2,25440%

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District 35 Seat A – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Kevin Andrus (incumbent)3,60662%
 Jon Goode2,20338%

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District 35 Seat B – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Chad Christensen (incumbent)2,78446%
 Josh Wheeler3,31454%

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Bannock County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
Jeff Hough (incumbent)4,79553%
 Robert Adling00%
 Josh Ellis4,25047%

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Bannock County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Terrel Tovey (incumbent)4,33647%
John Crowder4,84653%

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Bannock County Assessor – Democrat

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Brett Alan Hochhalter59431%
Tamara Code1,31669%

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Bannock County Assessor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Greg Cates4,57950%
Anita Hymas4,58250%

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Bear Lake County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Lance Fitzimmons0 
 Rex Payne0 

0 of 10 precincts reporting

Bear Lake County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Wynn Olsen0 
 Vaughn Rasmussen0 

0 of 10 precincts reporting

Bear Lake County Assessor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Heber Dunford0 
 Jannelle Sparks0 

0 of 10 precincts reporting

Bingham County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Jessica Lewis (incumbent)3,24049%
Eric Jackson3,41751%

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Bingham County Coroner

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Lisa A. Rowland1,86127%
James “Jimmy” Roberts4,96573%

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Bonneville County Prosecutor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 H. Alayne Bean (incumbent)6,61248%
 Randy Neal7,07352%

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Bonneville County Coroner – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Rick D. Taylor (incumbent)7,25750%
 Barrett Hillier7,15650%

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Caribou County County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
Mark Mathews86060%
 Kim Spencer56440%

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Clark County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
Gregory A. Shenton (incumbent)9952%
 Katie Cross2815%
 Steven Gilger6434%

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Custer County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Randy Corgatelli (incumbent)0 
 John Keppner0 

0 of 2 precincts reporting

Custer County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Steve W. Smith (incumbent)0 
 Loy Pehrson Jr.0 

0 of 10 precincts reporting

Custer County Coroner – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Chad Workman (incumbent)0 
 Charlotte Wells0 

0 of 10 precincts reporting

Franklin County County Commissioner District 3

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
R. Dirk Bowles98741%
 J.D. Drury51721%
 Tyler Fry1777%
 Tyler Olson75031%

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Franklin County County Assessor – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Doug Wallis (incumbent)1,06346%
Chris Barton1,26354%

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Fremont County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Jordan Stoddard (incumbent)1,17242%
 Richard Roberson31311%
Rick Hill1,29046%

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Jefferson County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Roger Clark (incumbent)34064%
 Cathy Shurtliff19336%

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Lemhi County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Richard W. Snyder (incumbent)69433%
Kim Caywood-Kesl1,40167%

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Lemhi County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Brett Barsalou (incumbent)74136%
Lynn Bowerman1,31364%

All precincts reporting

Lemhi County Coroner – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
Mike Ernest (incumbent)1,17557%
 Ray Stephenson89643%

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Madison County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Lee M. Dexter0 
 Dustin A. Parkinson0 

0 of 21 precincts reporting

Oneida County Commissioner District 2 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Ken Eliason (incumbent)0 
 Andee Parry0 

0 of 6 precincts reporting

Oneida County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Bob Christopherson (incumbent)0 
 Brian Jeppsen0 

0 of 6 precincts reporting

Teton County Commissioner District 3 – Republican

WinnerCandidateVotesPercent
 Troy Weston0 
 Pete Moyer0 

0 of 8 precincts reporting

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