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By Lara Love
Editor 

Primary voters select Scheel as commissioner

 

August 18, 2016



Unofficial primary election results for Thermopolis and Hot Springs County have been reported after Tuesday’s trip to the polls.

Republican Phillip Scheel won the strongly contested Hot Springs County Commissioner race and will advance to the general election in November. Scheel will run uncontested in the general election facing only write-in candidates.

Wyat Agar won the Wyoming State Senate District 20 Republican race. He will face off with Democrat Mary Jane Norskog in the general. Republican Nathan Winters edged out Democrat Howard Samelson in votes in the race for Wyoming State Representative of House District 28. Both will advance to the general to face off again.

On the state level for U.S. Representative, Republican Liz Cheney will be moving onto the general election in November to face Democrat Ryan Greene, Constitution Party candidate Daniel Clyde Cummings and Libertarian candidate Lawrence Gerard Struempf.

Hot Springs County unofficial primary voting results include:

Hot Springs County Commissioner

Republican

Phillip Scheel – 456

Mike Chimenti – 380

Joe Casciato – 290

Joe Martinez – 185

Hub Whitt – 98

State Senator SD20

Republican

Wyatt Agar – 867

Ron Harvey – 410

Bob Bayuk – 112

Democrat

Mary Jane Norskog – 145

State House of Representatives HD 28

Republican

Nathan Winters – 1,116

Democrat

Howard Samelson – 140

U.S. Representative

Republican

Liz Cheney – 566

Leland Christensen – 365

Tim Stubson – 241

Darin Smith – 154

Mike Konsmo – 18

Heath Beaudry — 12

Jason Adam Senteney – 9

Paul Paad – 6

Democrat

Ryan Greene – 91

Charlie Hardy – 49

Constitution

Daniel Clyde Cummings – 1

Libertarian

Lawrence Gerard Struempf – 4

Thermopolis Town Council

Dusty Lewis – 732

East Thermopolis Town Council (2)

Jack Kuiper – 48

Merle William Moore – 37

Precinct Committeeman 1-1 Republican (2)

Jerry D. Williams – 265

Joshua P. Brown – 252

Precinct Committeewoman 1-1 Republican (2)

Ellen Galyan – 339

Precinct Committeeman 1-2 Republican (1)

Charles Curley – 149

Benjamin W. Shidler – 114

Precinct Committeewoman 1-2 Republican (1)

Toni Casciato – 245

Precinct Committeeman 2-4 Republican (1)

Kevin Dickey – 103

Precinct Committeeman 3-3 Republican (2)

John Baird – 428

Jim Collins – 323

Precinct Committeewoman 3-3 Republican (2)

Jamie George – 319

Patty O’Brien – 410

Precinct Committeeman 1-1 Democrat (1)

Rex Clothier – 45

Precinct Committeeman 1-2 Democrat (1)

Brendan Byron – 38

Precinct Committeewoman 1-2 Democrat (1)

P.E. Straley – 35

Precinct Committeeman 3-3 Democrat (1)

Howard Samelson – 40

Precinct Committeeman 3-3 Democrat (1)

Suzanne Samelson – 40

 

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