CAMDEN TOWNSHIP, MN – Following are the unofficial 2012 election results for Camden Township:
Supervisor, Seat C
Stan Werner* 179
Virgil Stender 297 (elected)
Donna Backlund 394 (elected)
HOLLYWOOD TOWNSHIP, MN – Following are the unofficial 2012 election results for Hollywood Township:
Kent Kassulker* 425 (elected)
Al Leuthner 150
Judy Warner 499 (elected)
NEW GERMANY, MN – following are the unofficial 2012 election results for the city of New Germany:
Steve VanLith 158 (elected)
City Council (2 year)
Nick Hartwig 93 (elected)
Heather Wright 65
City Council (4 year)
Shirley Jaeger* 108
Ty Turnquist* 102
Cathy Ruschmeier 102
NOTE: Two candidates will be elected for the four-year council seat. Incumbent Shirley Jaeger appears to be elected with 108 votes, but Ty Turnquist and Cathy Ruschmeier are tied for the second seat with 102 votes each. It is unclear at this time how that tie will be resolved.
McLEOD COUNTY, MN – Unofficial results from the Minnesota Secretary of State for Tuesday’s primary election show that Ron Shimanski of Silver Lake received the most votes in the McLeod County District 1 commissioner race with 380 (42.65 percent). Eugene (Gene) Feltmann of Lester Prairie received the next-highest total with 251 (28.17 percent), followed by Nathan Schmalz of Lester Prairie with 194 (21.77 percent) and Owen Tonak with 66 (7.41 percent).
Ray Bayerl, who currently serves District 1, did not seek re-election.
WRIGHT COUNTY, MN – Unofficial results from the Minnesota Secretary of State in Tuesday’s primary show that in the Wright County District 5 commissioner race, Charlie Borrell of Waverly received the most votes with 367 (22.41 percent). Leonard Wozniak of Cokato had the second-highest total with 340 votes (20.76 percent). Borrell and Wozniak will advance to the general election in November, edging out incumbent Richard “Dick” Mattson of Marysville Township, who received the next-highest vote total with 313 (19.11 percent).
The remaining candidate totals were Dan Vick of Delano, 247 (15.08 percent); Vickie Nibbe of Howard Lake, 175 (10.68 percent); Larry Bartels of Delano, 132 (8.06 percent); Tom LaPlant of Buffalo, 36 (2.2 percent); and Paul Schoborg of Delano, 28 (1.71 percent). Schoborg withdrew from the race, but not until after the deadline, so his name still appeared on the ballot.
CARVER COUNTY, MN – Unofficial results from the Minnesota Secretary of State show incumbent Tim Lynch of Mayer received the most votes in Tuesday’s primary election for the Carver County District 4 commissioner race. Lynch received 726 votes (52 percent) with seven of seven precincts reporting.
Frank Long of Watertown received the second-highest vote total with 513 (36.75 percent), and Steven Duske of Watertown received 157 votes (11.25 percent).