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Vote Totals: Adams County GOP primary

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Adams County Republican Primary

U.S. Senator
(One nominated)
James D. “Jim” Oberweis    3,554
Douglas Lee Traux    2,548

Governor- Lt. Governor
(One nominated)
Bill Brady and Maria Rodriguez    409
Dan Rutherford and Steve Kim    146
Kirk W. Dillard and Jil Tracy    4,910
Bruce Rauner and Evelyn Sanguinetti    1,599

Treasurer
(One nominated)
Tom Cross    3,057
Bob Grogan    2,842

State Representative-94th District
(One nominated)
Randy E. Frese    5,595
Marshall K. Schrader    1,362

County Clerk-Recorder
Becky Weed    2540
Scott Warren Stone    1,519
Charles “Chuck” Venvertloh    2,868

Electric Aggregation for Village of Ursa
Shall the Village of Ursa have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program?
Yes    120
No    32
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