The U.S. First District race was another resounding success for Marion County Republicans. Voters cast 3,113 votes for Tim Huelskamp of Dodge City, Democrat Alan Jilka received 971 votes and Libertarian Jack Warner received 105 votes.
In the race for governor and lieutenant governor, Republican U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback was favored by 76 percent of Marion County voters, receiving 3,418 votes.
Democratic challenger Tom Holland had 921 votes; Libertar?ian Andrew Gray 88 and Reform candidate Kenneth Cannon, 67.
Marion County Republicans enjoyed another landslide by choosing candidate Kris Kobach of Piper, a law professor, as their choice for secretary of state.
Kobach received 3,066 votes followed by Democrat Chris Biggs with 1,155 votes, Libertar?ian Phillip Lucas with 91 votes and Reform Party candidate Derek Langseth with 82 votes.
In the attorney general?s race, Republican State Sen. Derek Schmidt of Independence received 2,971 votes. Incumbent Democrat Steve Six had 1,324 and Libertarian Dennis Hawver had 119.
Marion County voters gave Republican Ron Estes of Wichita the nod for state treasurer with 3,000 votes. Incumbent Democrat Dennis McKinney received 1,398 votes.
Neither Kansas State Rep. Bob Brookens of Marion, nor Roger Fleming, Marion County Commission candidate, had challengers. Both received a large amount of votes in the election.
Brookens had 4,021 votes with 91 write-ins. Fleming had 1,447 votes with 27 write-ins.
Election results in Marion County were made official after Friday morning when commissioners canvassed the ballots.
According to election officials, 51 provisional ballots were reviewed.