7 most contested races for House, Congress

7 most contested or news-making races for House, Congress

Congress 5th (Republican)
Ben Pollock 17,579 …….36.67%
Tootie Smith 30,103 …….62.80%
Write-in Votes 251 …….0.52%

Congress 2nd (Republican)
Greg Walden 62,745 …….75.82%
Dennis B Linthicum 19,836……. 23.97%
Write-in Votes 174 …….0.21%

State House 18 (Republican)
Vic Gilliam 3,497 …….58.62%
David L Darnell 2,450 …….41.07%
Write-in Votes 19 …….0.32%
– Attempt to unseat incumbent failed

State House 23 (Republican)
Mike Nearman 3,802 …….62.94%
Jim Thompson 2,217 …….36.70%
Write-in Votes 22 …….0.36%
– Only incumbent to lose in Primary

State House 25 (Republican)
* open seat *
Bill Post 4,516……. 77.29%
Barbara Jensen 1,296……. 22.18%
Write-in Votes 31……. 0.53%
– Contested race to replace Kim Thatcher

State House 3 (Republican)
* open seat *
Carl Wilson 6,875……. 83.56%
Jack H Swift 1,093……. 13.28%
Ronald F Schutz 226……. 2.75%
Write-in Votes 34 …….0.41%

House 42 (Democrat)
* open seat *
Don Gavitte 415……. 7.36%
Rob Nosse 2,777 …….49.23%
Kathleen O’Brien 350……. 6.20%
Teddy Keizer 2,008……. 35.60%
Dan Shaw 27……. 0.48%
John Sweeney 54……. 0.96%
Write-in Votes 10……. 0.18%

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  • guest

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    • guest

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