Pottawatomie County 1st District Commissioner Dee McKee has survived a primary challenge and will advance to the November ballot.
The incumbent Republican received 1,162 votes compared to 557 votes for Hans Tessman and 324 votes for Nathaniel Gotsch. McKee will likely be unopposed in the November election as she seeks a third term.
Elsewhere, Republican Lewis (Bill) Bloom, of Clay Center, unseated incumbent Suzi Carlson, of Clay Center, in the 64th House District. Bloom received 2,008 votes to give him a greater than 500 vote advantage over both Carlson and Brad Starnes, of Riley. Bloom will take on Democrat Patricia Smetana, of Wakefield, in the November election.
Voter turnout was high in Riley County, at nearly 45 percent. Pottawatomie County turnout was 52 percent. Statewide turnout was 47 percent.