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Phillips County turnout 52.04% in election

Phillips County electors cast 1,443 ballots in Colorado’s Primary Election on June 25. With 2,772 active registered voters, that’s a 52.04 percent voter turnout.

Challengers to Republican incumbents running for re-election gave voters a choice in the races for the District 2 Commissioner and the Sheriff. Although the incumbents had the most votes and will therefore move on to the General Election, the challengers each received a respectable number of votes.

The sheriff’s race was won by only 36 votes of the 1,166 total. Sheriff Michael Beard received 601 votes or 51.54 percent. Write-in candid...

 

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