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Primary Election 2020

June 2, 2020

Primary Election
The Primary Election is an election to determine which candidates will qualify for the General Election for a given party. In Iowa you must be a member of the political party of which you wish to vote for in order to participate. This is known as a "closed primary." The primary election is held on the 1st Tuesday following the 1st Monday in June of each even-numbered year.

Unofficial Election Results

5/3 Precincts Counted

Highlighted Race(s)

Board of Supervisors - Republican

2 elected · 5/5 Precincts Counted · Unofficial Results
Chris Ball R
44.3%
847
Brad Quigley R
42.3%
808
Tim Coleman R
28.1%
537

Sheriff - Republican

5/5 Precincts Counted · Unofficial Results
Brad Turner R
45.9%
877
Thomas Shehan R
13.2%
252
Richard Keller R
5.8%
110

Voter Turnout

Registered
4,255
Voted
44.9%
1,911

Voters by Party

Republican
1,282
Democratic
629

Archived Election Details

Notice: Only three precincts will be open for the Primary Election. Columbus Junction, Southeast Louisa, and Morning Sun Marshall will remain open. All voters who voted at the Masonic Lodge in Columbus City will not vote at the Columbus Junction precinct which will be held in the American Legion building in Columbus Junction. Likewise, voters who voted at the Louisa County Complex will now vote at the Briggs Civic Center in Wapello.

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Candidate List

Dates and Deadlines

Sample Ballots (PDF)

This webpage was printed on August 8, 2020. For the most current election-related information, visit the ".$clientCounty." County, Iowa, Elections website at elections.louisacountyia.gov.
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