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Incumbent wins Attorney race

 

November 9, 2016

Melissa Jenkins

Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon listens to a question at a forum last month. Haddon was victorious in the election Tuesday.

The votes have been tallied in Jefferson County, and based on the unofficial results, Incumbent Steven Haddon will remain as the County Attorney.

In the results posted on the Montana Secretary of States website, Haddon defeated challenger Erin T. Inman by a vote of 3,259 to 2,456.

In the race for Montana House District 75, Incumbent Kirk B. Wagoner defeated challenger Sabrina Steketee by a vote of 3,351 to 2,362

Melissa Jenkins

Jefferson County Commissioner Leonard Wortman ran unopposed.

In the race for Senate District 38, Democrat Edith (Edie) McClafferty defeated Glenn J. Rosenbaum by vote of 6,063 to 5,236.

The three mill levy’s on the ballot for local voters were also approved. The Jefferson County Public Health Mill was approved by a vote of 3,821 to 2,768.

The Jefferson County Emergency Broadcasting Mill was narrowly approved by a vote of 3,405 to 3,222.

The vote for the Jefferson County Noxious Weed Mill, was also approved, this by a vote of 4,009 to 2,646.

There were also plenty of local candidates who ran unopposed. Jefferson County Commissioner Leonard Wortman, State House District 75 candidate Ray Shaw, Senate District 36 Jeff Welborn and Jefferson County Clerk of Court Dorianne Woods all won their seats.

 

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