A quick rundown from Tuesday night’s primary results.
For the 22nd Republican Kansas Senate nominee we have Bob Reader with 43 percent of the votes.
In the Senate 1st district republican race Marge Cochran lost to Dennis Pyle.
In the District 17 Republican race Jeff Longbine just beat out James Fawcet to go on to general elections.
District 18 wasn’t as tight as Dick Barta defeated Cristina Fischer, and Gary Parnell to represent Republicans in November.
In the 61st District Republican Richard Carlson beat out Daniel Brenner, and Trent Ledoux to go forward into the election.
The 51st district House of Representatives Democratic candidate will be Richard Pikul with 63 percent of the votes.
On the Republican side of the 51st district race Ron Highland beats out the pack with 45 percent of the vote.
The state board of education district six Democratic race was a close one, but Carol Viar beat out Usha Reddi to be the democratic candidate for the fall.
Robert Boyd will champion the Republican party for the Riley County commission’s 2nd district seat, and Ron Wells will represent the Republicans for the 3rd seat.
In Pottawatomie the county attorney race was heated with Sherri Shuck and Joe Randtke, and Shuck took home the victory.
Republican Pottawatomie County commissioner Pat Weixelman of Wamego beat out his opponent Jacob Pugh for his chance for a spot on the commission.
And Lisa Wright will be going forward for the electon of the Pottawatomie county Treasurer seat.