Unofficial 2022 General Election Results – Weston County

Local News November 8, 2022

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Unofficial 2022 General Election Results – Weston County

FEDERAL OFFICES
US REPRESENTATIVE
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
HARRIET HAGEMAN – 2,412

DEMOCRATIC
LYNNETTE GREYBULL – 256
CONSTITUTION
MARISSA JOY SELVIG – 44
LIBERTARIAN
RICHARD BRUBAKER – 47

STATE OFFICES
GOVERNOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
MARK GORDON – 2,033

DEMOCRATIC
THERESA A. LIVINGSTON – 178
LIBERTARIAN
JARED J. BALDES – 169

SECRETARY OF STATE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
CHUCK GRAY – 2,471

STATE AUDITOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
KRISTI RACINES – 2,495

STATE TREASURER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
CURT MEIER – 2,537

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
MEGAN DEGENFELDER – 2,212

DEMOCRATIC
SERGIO A. MALDONADO, SR. – 266

SENATE DISTRICT 3
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
CHERI STEINMETZ – 1,362

HOUSE DISTRICT 2
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
ALLEN EARL SLAGLE – 1,325

SENATE DISTRICT 1
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
OGDEN DRISKILL – 819

HOUSE DISTRICT 1
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1

REPUBLICAN
CHIP NEIMAN – 1,074

COUNTY OFFICES
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 3

REPUBLICAN
NATHAN TODD – 1,950
REPUBLICAN
GARRETT BORTON – 1,982
REPUBLICAN
VERA HUBER – 1,849

COUNTY CORONER
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1

REPUBLICAN
SCOTT BEACHLER – 2,581

COUNTY ATTORNEY
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1

REPUBLICAN
MICHAEL W. STULKEN – 2,296

COUNTY SHERIFF
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1

REPUBLICAN
BRYAN E. COLVARD – 2,392

COUNTY CLERK
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1

REPUBLICAN
BECKY HADLOCK – 2,142

COUNTY TREASURER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1

REPUBLICAN
SUSAN OVERMAN – 2,537

COUNTY ASSESSOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1

REPUBLICAN
KARA LENARDSON – 2,605

CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
TINA COTE – 2,573

JUDICIAL
FOR JUDGE A OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT SHALL JUDGE STUART S. HEALY BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?
YES – 1,845
NO – 634

FOR SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SHALL JUDGE PAUL S. PHILLIPS BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?
YES – 1,825
NO -629

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (NEWCASTLE)

NEWCASTLE COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 3
JOHN BUTTS – 470
ANN MCCOLLEY – 660
DONALD ROMINE – 330
DONNIE STEVESON – 487
LEVI TRACY – 146
THOMAS A. VOSS – 349

NEWCASTLE COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 3

WRITE IN TOTALS 141

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (UPTON)
UPTON TOWN MAYOR

4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
NEIL SCHILLER – 126
NICK TRANDAHL – 246

UPTON COUNCIL
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 2

DELANE HAYNES – 173
TIFFANY MCMILLAN – 279
JOE WATT – 257

SCHOOL DISTRICT(S)
WESTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 1 AT LARGE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 4

DANA GORDON – 1,009
STANLEY JASINSKI – 359
JASON JENKINS – 684
MARCIA LAMBERT – 682
TYLER MILLS – 478
JOE PRELL – 941
GILLIAN SEARS – 480
TOM WRIGHT – 642
PAUL BAU – 611
SEAN CRABTREE – 1,121
STEVEN GALE – 176

WESTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 7 AT LARGE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 3

TY MILLER – 390
JUSTIN MILLS – 475
MARK MITCHELL – 352
JACKIE COWGER – 296

BALLOT PROPOSITIONS
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A THE WYOMING CONSTITUTION ALLOWS THE STATE TO INVEST STATE FUNDS IN EQUITIES SUCH AS THE STOCK OF CORPORATIONS, BUT DOES NOT ALLOW THE FUNDS OF COUNTIES, CITIES AND OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS TO BE INVESTED IN EQUITIES. THE ADOPTION OF THIS AMENDMENT WOULD ALLOW THE FUNDS OF COUNTIES, CITIES AND OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS TO BE INVESTED IN EQUITIES TO THE EXTENT AND IN THE MANNER THE LEGISLATURE MAY ALLOW BY LAW ANY LAW AUTHORIZING THE INVESTMENT OF SPECIFIED POLITICAL SUBDIVISION FUNDS IN EQUITIES WOULD REQUIRE A TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF BOTH HOUSES OF THE LEGISLATURE.
FOR – 1,373
AGAINST – 1,263

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B
CURRENTLY, THE WYOMING CONSTITUTION REQUIRES WYOMING SUPREME COURT JUSTICES AND DISTRICT COURT JUDGES TO RETIRE UPON REACHING THE AGE OF SEVENTY (70). THIS AMENDMENT INCREASES THE MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICES AND DISTRICT COURT JUDGES FROM AGE SEVENTY (70) TO AGE SEVENTY-FIVE (75).
FOR – 1,037
AGAINST – 1,676

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