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Partial results: Early leads held by Tracy, Gunkel, Vehle, school board incuments, one-way faction

Ken Tracy leads the six-way race for mayor of Mitchell with seven of 12 precincts counted. Here are the vote totals so far for the non-political race. Tracy: 1,098 Jerry Toomey: 755 John Claggett: 568 Tara Volesky: 462 Roger Haley: 353 Becky Hasl...

Ken Tracy leads the six-way race for mayor of Mitchell with seven of 12 precincts counted.

Here are the vote totals so far for the non-political race.

Tracy: 1,098

Jerry Toomey: 755

John Claggett: 568

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Tara Volesky: 462

Roger Haley: 353

Becky Haslam: 144

Following are results in other local races, also from seven of 12 precincts. Though there are more than 12 precincts in Davison County, some precincts are combined for counting purposes. The early turnout estimate for the county is 40 percent.

Mitchell street referendum (proposal to change Second, Third and Fourth Avenues from one-way streets to two-way)

No (keep the streets one-way): 1,865

Yes (change the streets to two-way): 1,116

Davison County treasurer, Republican primary

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Christie Gunkel: 892

Brenda Veldheer: 651

District 20 state Senate, Republican primary

Mike Vehle: 986

Steve Sibson: 569

Mitchell Board of Education (non-political, two seats for top two vote-getters)

Neil Putnam: 2,836

Theresa Kriese: 2,729

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Craig Guymon: 794

Ed Potzler: 765

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