Final Election Results for Marion County

Update at 12:45 a.m.

The unofficial results are in for Marion County. All results are unofficial until they are canvassed by commissioners. They will be official on Wednesday, November 14. Election results are available courtesy of the Marion County Kansas Elections office:

National races
U.S. House of Representatives—District 1
Alan LaPolice (D) 26% 1,192
Roger Marshall (R) 74% 3,360

Kansas races
Governor/Lt. Governor
Laura Kelly (D) 36% 1,655
Kris Kobach (R) 54% 2,491
Rick Kloos (Ind) 1% 31
Greg Orman (Ind) 9% 405
Jeff Caldwell (Lib) 1% 53

 

Secretary of State
Brian ‘Bam’ McClendon (D) 30% 1,365
Scott Schwab (R) 67% 3,081
Rob Hodgkinson (Lib) 3% 140


Attorney General
Sarah G. Swain (D) 22% 1,010
Derek Schmidt (R) 78% 3,564

 

State Treasurer
Marci Francisco (D) 23% 1,039
Jake LaTurner (R) 77% 3,514

 

Commissioner of Insurance
Nathaniel McLaughlin (D) 18% 819
Vicki Schmidt (R) 82% 3,683

 

Kansas House District 70
Jo Schwartz (D)  32% 599
John E. Barker (R) 68% 1,265

 

Kansas House District 74
Stephen Owens (R) 2,283

 

State Board of Education
District 7
James Hannon (D) 28% 1,241
Ben Jones (R) 72% 3,215

 

County races
Commission District 1
Kent D. Becker (R) 1,442

 

Burns City Council (3 positions)

Kimberly Koop (U) 42

 

Hillsboro City Council – Ward 1

Brent Driggers (R) 405

 

Hillsboro City Council – Ward 2

Byron McCarty (R) 461

 

Judicial Retention

Court of Appeals                                        Yes                     No

 

Position 1 Stephen D. Hill                         3,195                   848

 

Position 5 Kim R. Schroeder                      3,280                  766

 

Position 7 Henry W. Green, Jr.                   3,121                  864

 

Position 10 Anthony J. Powell                   3,144                   861

 

Position 11 Tom Malone                            3,158                  840

 

Position 12 Michael B. Buser                     2,634               1,350

 

Position 13 Melissa Taylor Standridge       2,700               1,289

 

8th Judicial District                                        Yes                   No

 

Division 1 Ben J. Sexton                               3,112                 800

 

Division 4 Stephen L. Hornbaker                  3,002                 880

 

Special Question

Change to 5-member Commission Dist?        Yes                  No

                                                                      2,450                2,016