Here’s the list of unofficial Riley County, Kansas general election results

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(Illustration by Julie Freijat | Collegian Media Group)

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

District 2:

Republican Candidate: Greg McKinley — 4,157 votes – 54.8 percent

Democrat Candidate: Fanny Fang — 2,947 votes – 38.9 percent

District 3:

Republican Candidate: John E Matta — 4,674 votes – 49.9 percent

Democrat Candidate: Kathryn Grace Focke — 4,672 votes – 49.8 percent

KANSAS STATE SENATE

District 22:

Democrat Candidate: Tom Hawk (incumbent) – 14,785 votes – 51 percent

Republican Candidate: Craig Bowser – 14,437 votes – 49 percent

KANSAS STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

District 51:

Republican Candidate: Ron Highland (incumbent) (uncontested)

District 64:

Republican Candidate: Suzi Carlson (incumbent) – 4,938 votes – 76 percent

Democrat Candidate: Jim Vathauer – 1,556 votes – 24 percent

District 66:

Democrat Candidate: Sydney Carlin (incumbent) (uncontested)

District 67:

Republican Candidate: Mike Dodson – 6,678 votes – 54 percent

Democrat Candidate: Cheryl A. Arthur – 5,622 votes – 46 percent

U.S. SENATE

Republican Candidate: Roger Marshall – 708,888 votes – 54 percent

Democrat Candidate: Barbara Bollier – 549,621 votes – 41 percent

Libertarian: Jason Buckley – 65,184 votes – five percent

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

District 1:

Republican Candidate: Tracey Mann – 204,066 votes – 71 percent

Democrat Candidate: Kali Barnett – 81,429 votes – 29 percent

Sales Tax Increase

City of Manhattan (Riley and Pottawatomie counties)

Yes: 11,313 votes – 60.7 percent

No: 7,316 votes – 39.3 percent

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