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Muffy Davis

Story updated Wednesday, Nov. 7, 10  a.m.

Voters in Blaine County—and across the state and nation—went to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6, to vote in local, state and national midterm elections. Here are the results of contested local and regional elections in Blaine County and for District 26 of the Idaho Legislature—which includes Blaine, Camas, Gooding and Lincoln counties. Winners are in bold type.

Ned Burns wins in Bellevue

Ned Burns was elected mayor of Bellevue on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

 

Blaine County; 17 of 17 precincts reporting

  • District 26 state Senate—Michelle Stennett, Democrat (7,772 votes); Julie Lynn, Republican (2,700 votes).
  • District 26 state House of Representatives, Seat A—Steve Miller, Republican (2,775 votes); Muffy Davis. Democrat (7,724 votes).
  • District 26 state House of Representatives, Seat B—Sally Toone, Democrat (7,391 votes); Mike McFadyen, Republican (3,000 votes).
  • Blaine County Commission, District 3—Angenie McCleary, Democrat (7,619 votes); Mickey Garcia, Independent (2,180 votes).
  • Blaine County Commission, District 1—Dick Fosbury, Democrat (6,868 votes); Debra Hall, Independent (1,024 votes); Mick Halverson, Republican (2,521 votes).
  • Bellevue mayor (non-partisan)—Ned Burns (618 votes); Jared Murphy (200 votes).
District 26 Muffy Davis, Sally Toone, Michelle Stennett

From left, Muffy Davis, Sally Toone and Michelle Stennett.

 

District 26 (all four counties); 31 of 31 precincts at 10 a.m.

  • District 26 state Senate—Michelle Stennett, Democrat (10,094 votes); Julie Lynn, Republican (6,768 votes).
  • District 26 state House of Representatives, Seat A—Steve Miller, Republican (7,393 votes); Muffy Davis. Democrat (9,508 votes).
  • District 26 state House of Representatives, Seat B—Sally Toone, Democrat (9,767 votes); Mike McFadyen, Republican (7,026 votes).

 

 

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