The Secretary of State has posted the final statement of vote for the June primary.
Libertarian voter registration is 115,189, or 0.64%, down slightly from our high point.
For the presidential primary, 9,972 non-partisan voters chose to take the Libertarian presidential primary ballot; this is the first time we have allowed non-Libertarians to vote in our presidential primary
For U.S. Senator, Gail Lightfoot received 99,761 votes and Mark Herd received 41,344 votes, for a total of 141,105.
For our candidates who were printed on the ballot, the vote percentages were:
CD 9 - Alex Appleby - 3.9%
CD 17 - Kennita Watson - 2.3%
SD 13 - John Webster - 5.7%
AD 8 - Janice Bonser - 7.2%
AD 24 - John Inks - 4.2%
AD 35 - Dominic Rubini - 3.4%
AD 42 - Jeff Hewitt - 7.8%
Unfortunately, none of them was in Top Two.
For write-in candidates:
SD 33 - Honor Mimi Robson - 47 votes - on to November
AD 1 - Donn Coenen - 446 votes - on to November
AD 2 - Ken Anton - 56 votes - on to November
AD 7 - Janine Kloss - 51 votes - beaten by another write-in candidate
AD 49 - Boomer Shannon - 25 votes - beaten by another write-in candidate
AD 51 - Mike Everling - 7 votes - on to November
AD 62 - Baron Bruno - 32 votes - tied with another write-in candidate; under the law, both will advance to November for a unique "Top Three."
Ultimately, there are only two unopposed legislators for November: Democrat Eduardo Garcia in AD 56 and Democrat Reggie Jones-Sawyer in AD 59. I am disappointed because I almost had someone in AD 56, but it didn't pan out. In any event, we will have five state legislative candidates in November.