UPDATED at 8:44 p.m.

At 8:30 p.m., Natrona County election officials announced that the final vote tallies had been posted. Those final numbers are reflected below.

All results are considered to be preliminary and unofficial until certified by the Wyoming Secretary of State's Office. 

State Senate Contests:         VOTES               %

State Senator 27

Republican (unopposed) - Bill Landen -- 5.450 votes, 80.47%

State Senator 29 

Republican (unopposed) - Drew Perkins -- 5,282 votes 78.99%


State House Contests:

State Representative 35

Republican (unopposed) - Joe Macguire -- 3,411 votes, 80.98%

State Representative 36

Republican -  Art Washut -- 1,406 votes, 54.90%

Democratic - Debbie Bovee -- 1,105 votes, 43.15%

State Representative 37

Republican (unopposed) - Steve Harshman -- 3,215 votes, 79.23%

State Representative 38

Republican (unopposed) - Tom Walters -- 2,656, 82.72%

State Representative 56

Republican (unopposed) - Jerry Obermueller -- 2,239 votes, 73.77%

State Representative 57

Republican - Chuck Gray -- 1,541 votes, 58.44%

Democratic - Jane Ifland -- 989 votes, 37.5%

State Representative 58

Republican (unopposed) - Patrick "Pat" Sweeney -- 1,883 votes, 81.37%

State Representative 59

Republican -  Bunky Loucks -- 1,700 votes, 64.66%

Democratic - Laurie L Longtine -- 843 votes, 32.07%


Natrona County Contests

(3) Three County Commissioners

Republican - Paul C. Bertoglio -- 13,598 votes, 18.38%

Republican - Robert L. Hendry -- 12,426 votes, 16.8%

Republican - Jim Milne -- 13,878 votes, 18.76%

Democratic - Terry Wingerter -- 9,189 votes, 12.42%

Independent - Richard "Rick" Young -- 5,776 votes, 7.81%

(3) Three Casper College Board of Trustees

Kathy Dolan -- 14,130 votes, 19.1%

Tim S. Kugler -- 13,493 votes, 18.24%

Sue Schilling -- 14,539 votes, 19.65%


Casper College Board of Trustees

Steve Degenfelder (unopposed) -- 16,875 votes, 68.44%


Natrona County Assessor

Republican (unopposed) - Matt Keating -- 17,836 votes, 72.34%


Natrona County Clerk

Republican (unopposed) - Tracy Good -- 19,992 votes, 81.08%


Natrona County Clerk of the District Court

Republican (unopposed) -  Anne Volin -- 19,969 votes, 80.99%


Natrona County Coroner

Republican (unopposed) - Connie Jacobson -- 20,921 votes, 84.85%

Natrona County District Attorney

Republican Dan Itzen (unopposed) -- 19,516 votes, 79.15%


Natrona County Sheriff

Republican (unopposed) - Gus Holbrook -- 20,162 votes, 81.77%


Natrona County Treasurer

Republican (unopposed) - Tom Doyle -- 20,373 votes, 82.63%


City of Casper Contests

Casper City Council Ward I

Jacquie R. Anderson -- 1,994 votes, 37.88%

Khrystyn Lutz -- 2,015 votes, 38.28%

Casper City Council Ward I

Michael E. Huber -- 2,939 votes, 55.83%

Aimee Kidd -- 1,447 votes, 27.49%

Casper City Council Ward II

Shawn Johnson -- 3,399 votes, 55.29%

Mark P. Kawa -- 1,303 votes, 21.19%

Casper City Council Ward II

Kenneth Bates -- 2,254 votes, 36.66%

William P. Knight Jr. -- 2,216 votes, 36.04%

(2) Two Casper City Council Ward III

Steven Freel -- 2,858 votes, 21.44%

Pete Owen -- 2,331 votes, 17.49%

Ray Pacheco --4,102 votes, 30.78%


Bar Nunn Contests

(2) Two Bar Nunn Town Council

Stoney Busch -- 321 votes, 21.4%

Robert W. Hoover -- 357 votes, 23.8%

Teri Kelly -- 393 votes, 26.2%

Bar Nunn Town Mayor

Patrick R. Ford (unopposed) -- 645 votes, 86%


Evansville Contests

(2) Two Evansville Town Council

Chad Edwards -- 397 votes, 36.9%

Joseph A. Knop -- 357 votes, 33.18%

Evansville Town Council

Aaron Vigneault (unopposed) -- 427 votes, 79.37%

Evansville Town Mayor

Jennifer Sorenson (unopposed) -- 456 votes, 84.76%


Mills Contests

(2) Two Mills Town Council

James Hollander --578 votes, 34.12%

Darla R. Ives -- 540 votes, 31.88%

Mills Town Mayor

Seth M. Coleman -- 511 votes, 60.33%

Mike Pyatt -- 279 votes, 32.94%


School Contests

(4) Four Natrona County School District #1 Board of Trustees

Cameron Allen -- 6,525 votes, 6.62%

David Applegate -- 9,868 votes, 10.01%

Clark Jensen -- 8,032 votes, 8.14%

Gerald "Doc" King -- 5,337 votes, 5.41%

Travis Marshall -- 6,521 votes, 6.61%

Debbie Mccullar -- 9,953 votes, 10.09%

Kianna Smith -- 8,355 votes, 8.47%


Fire Contests

(2) Two Natrona County Fire Protection District Directors

Dean A. Jackett (unopposed) -- 3,005 votes, 37.72%

  • Under votes -- 4,741 votes, 59.52%

(2) Two Casper Mountain Fire District Directors

Dick Brehm -- 113 votes, 18.23%

David Mowry -- 139 votes, 22.42%

Margo Spurrier -- 124 votes, 20%


Conservation Contests        

(2) Two Natrona County Conservation District

Andrew C. Anderson -- 12,816 votes, 25.99%

Tammy Cobb --13,731 votes, 27.84%

NATRONA COUNTY PROPOSITIONS

OPTIONAL 1% SALES AND USE TAX:

It is hearby proposed that the Board of County Commissioners of Natrona County, State of Wyoming, be authorized to continue an optional sales tax within the county at a rate of 1% upon retail sales and other transactions, excluding food, authorized by statute to be taxed. The optional sales tax has been in place for 43 years, and the receipts of this tax are shared by municipalities and Natrona County Government based on population.The money is used for operations and capital projects as determined by the elected officials of the respective governments.

18,528 votes, 75.14%  For the County Sales and Use Tax

5,425 votes, 22% Against the County Sales and Use Tax


4% LODGING TAX

This tax is paid by visitors staying in hotels, motels, campgrounds, and similar establishments providing temporary quarters or space for transient guests. Unless stayng in these establishments, residents of Natrona County do not pay this tax. School groups and other tax exempt entities do not pay this tax. Shall the Board of County Commissioners of Natrona County, State of Wyoming, be authorized to enact this tax?

18,925 votes, 76.75%  For the County Lodging Tax

4,894 votes, 19.85%  Against the county Lodging Tax


JUDGE OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT (six-year term)

Shall Judge CATHERINE E. WILKING be retained in office?

YES -- 17,989 votes, 72.96%

NO --3,723 votes, 15.10%


JUDGE OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, CIRCUIT COURT (four-year term)

Shall Judge MICHAEL N. PATCHEN be retained in office?

YES -- 17,609 votes, 71.42%

NO -- 3,645 votes, 14.78%