With a light turnout in the Primary elections on Tuesday, June 7, Washington County voters gave Heather Hora the opportunity to run as a Republican in the November election for Iowa House District …
With a light turnout in the Primary elections on Tuesday, June 7, Washington County voters gave Heather Hora the opportunity to run as a Republican in the November election for Iowa House District 92. She will face Democrat Ty Bopp who was unopposed in the Primary.
Hora defeated Washington Mayor Joran Rosien 1,181 (60.8%) to 758 (39.07%) in the Republican Primary. Bopp got 490 (88.59%) and there were 7 write-ins and 95 undervotes.
Teresa Mangold received 1,226 (70%) votes for county recorder on the Republican ballot to 523 (29.89%) for Dawn Fall-Hayes. There were 25 write-ins on the Democrat ticket.
Incumbent Marcus Fedler, Ainsworth, narrowly defeated former Riverside Mayor Bill Poch 95 (50.65%) to 190 (49.35%) on Repubican Primary Ticket for Washington County District 3 Supervisor.
In Johnson County, John Green of Lone Tree, Lone Tree edged out V Fixmer-Oraiz 8,495 to 8,199 votes to win the Democrat Primary for Johnson County of Supervisors. Sent Zimmerman received 7,827 votes.
See the attached overall results from both Washington and Johnson Counties as reporter by the county auditors.
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