Tuesday, September 14, 2010
First Primary Numbers Coming In Rock County
With 6 of 88 precincts reporting, the incumbent Jenifer Keach is holding off her challenger, Terry Holder, 250 to 187.
With 11 of 88 precincts reporting, it's Keach 609 to Holder's 459.
The trend continues to hold steady in the coroner's race, with 13 of 88 precincts reporting, it's Keach 761 to Holders 568. At this stage, it appears that Terry Holder has attracted at least 200 republican voters.
With 20 of 88 precincts reporting, the incumbent Jenifer Keach is ahead of her challenger, Terry Holder, 971 to 716.
With 55 of 88 precincts reporting, the incumbent Jenifer Keach pulls further ahead of her challenger, Terry Holder, 2551 to 1645. I'll go out on the limb here and call Jenifer Keach the winner. Congratulations!!
With only 2 precincts reporting out of 88, Mark Neumann is ahead of Scott Walker, 154 to 148.
With 11 precincts reporting out of 88, Mark Neumann is barely hanging on ahead of Scott Walker, 1014 to 1001.
With 55 precincts reporting out of 88, Neumann has expanded his lead over Walker, Neumann with 3663 to Walker's 3326.
With only 2 of 23 precincts reporting in the Republican's race to challenge Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan in the 44th assembly district, Joe Knilans is leading the pack with 125 votes. Charles Knipp is second with 55.
With 14 of 23 precincts reporting, Knilans is still holding off the rest of his challengers with 796 votes. Bill Truman has edged Knipp for second with 347. Paul Ryan protege, Ken Brotheridge, is last with 241 votes.
By party preference, Rock County republican voters are outnumbering democrats by nearly 30%.
Posted by Lou Kaye at 8:31 PM