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York County turnout was 22.24 percent. Total registered voters in York County are 9,767 and 2,172 actually voted.

District 1 County Commissioner - FINAL

All are Republicans so this race is ultimately decided as there are no challengers from other parties.

Paul Buller - 164

Steve Postier - 83

Amie Kopcho - 128

District 3 County Commissioner - FINAL

Both are Republicans so this race is ultimately decided as there are no challengers from other parties.

Bill Bamesberger - 352

Dale Siebert - 128

York County Sheriff - FINAL

Burnham dropped out of race earlier but is still included on the ballot. This race is ultimately decided.

Paul Vrbka - 1588

Sean Burnham - 114

Henderson City Council - FINAL

There are three seats up for election this year. The top six vote-getters will advance to the General Election.

Jeb Mierau - 51

Jason Lewis - 111

David May - 71

Larry Burton - 118

Matt Friesen - 183

Stan Friesen - 119

Twila Fuller - 37

Brian Hiebner - 240

District 24 Legislative seat - FINAL (for York County)

Regardless of the number of votes each candidate received, both candidates will advance to the General Election and the person winning the seat will be decided in November. It should be noted that these numbers reflect the votes cast in York County and do not include those from Seward and Polk Counties.

Mark Kolterman - 1375

Stephanie Nantkes - 573

The final results in the District 24 primary were: Kolterman, 3,778; Nantkes, 1,465

District 3 Republican Congress - FINAL (for York County)

Adrian Smith - 842

Kirk Penner - 832

Arron Kowalski - 57

Larry Bolinger - 12

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