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May 7, 2014

Noble, Kosciusko and LaGrange county results

— Here are the results from Tuesday's primary contested races in local counties.


Republican primary

County Assessor

Patricia “Pat” Monroe (R) — 3,179

County Auditor

Kay M. Myers — 3,227

County Commissioner — District 1

Terry A. Martin — 1,567

Gary Heller (R) — 1,196

David J. Nelson —1,016

County Council — District 2

George R. Bachman — 372

County Council — District 3

Harold D. Gingerich — 425

Richard E. Yoder — 274

County Council — District 4

Peter A. Cook — 1,257

County Sheriff

Jeffrey A. Campos — 1,542

Randolph J. Mellinger — 1,389

Richard A. Snyder — 934

Circuit Court Judge

James S. Van Derbeck — 2,225

Robert L. Helmer — 1,550

County Prosecutor

Tim J. Cain — 2,101

Jeffrey W. Wible — 1,679

Superior Court Judge

Lisa M. Bowen-Slaven — 2,263

George E. Brown — 1,534

Johnson Township Trustee

John H. Russell — 218

Dalonda Young — 193

Cynthia S. Jordan — 109

Springfield Township Trustee

Debra A. Notestine — 146

Zachary L. Holsinger — 87

There were not contested Democratic races.


Republican Primary

Judge, Superior Court 1

David C. Cates — 3,959

Chad Miner — 2,682

Stephen P. Harris — 2,277

Judge, Superior Court 2

Tyler S. Haines — 2,392

Torrey J. Bauer — 5,380

Chad Miner — 2,682

County Commissioner District 1

Robert M. “Bob” Conley — 5,427

Jonathan “Jon” Fussle — 3,357

Seward Township Trustee

Aime A. Hoffman — 140

Robert Edling — 129

Jefferson Township Township Board (3 seats)

Dee Ann Beer — 83

Jane Hunsberger — 84

Arlen Mullet — 54

Robert Riley — 67

Tippecanoe Township Board (3 seats)

Steve Carson — 520

Richard Owen — 504

James M. “Jim” Rhodes —634

Jonathan T. “Jon” Tyler — 426

There were no contested Democratic races.

The remainder of the township trustee and board seats were either unopposed or no candidate slated.


Republican Primary

Prosecuting attorney

Eric Blackman — 2,504

Steven T. Clouse — 2,069

County Council District 2

Wayne F. Clouse — 508

Bernie Lawson — 726

The remaining township trustees and board seats were either unopposed or no candidate was slated.

There were no contested Democratic races.

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