Breakdown of York County votes for presidential, senate and house partisan races

YORK COUNTY — The vast majority of York County Republican voters cast ballots for Donald Trump, Deb Fischer, Pete Ricketts and Adrian Smith when they went to the polls on Primary Election Day.

The following are break-downs of how local Republicans voted for their party’s candidates running on the national level:

  • President: Donald Trump, 1,538; Nikki Haley, 366; Perry Johnson, 46.
  • U.S. Senator: Deb Fischer, 1,606; Arron Kowalski, 446
  • U.S. Senator: Pete Ricketts, 1,612; John Glen Weaver, 314; Mac Stevens, 121
  • District 3 Congressional Representative: Adrian Smith, 1,513; John Walz, 380; Robert McCuiston, 137

The following are break-downs of how York County Democrats voted for their party’s candidates running on the national level:

  • President: Joseph Biden, 236; Dean Phillips, 44
  • U.S. Senator (6-year term): Write-ins, 35
  • U.S. Senator (2-year term): Preston Love Jr., 239
  • District 3 Congressional Representative: Daniel Ebers, 154; David Else, 107

The following are break-downs of how local Legalize Marijuana NOW Party members voted for their party’s candidates running on the national level:

  • President: Write-ins, 1
  • U.S. Senator (6-year term): Kenneth Peterson, 0; Kerry Eddy, 1

The following are break-downs of how York County Libertarians voted for their party’s candidates running on the national level:

  • President: Charles Bailey, 3; Jacob Hornberger, 0; Lars Magstead, 1; Chase Oliver, 4; Micheal Rectenwald, 0
  • U.S. Senator (6-year term): Write-ins, 1
  • U.S. Senator (2-year term): Write-ins, 2
  • District 3 Congressional Representative: Write-ins, 2

The latest voter registration figures, for York County, according to the Nebraska Secretary of State’s office, show there are 9,235 registered voters. Of those, 6,216 are Republicans; 1,341 are Democrats; 111 are Libertarians; 32 are members of the Legal Marijuana NOW party; and 1,535 are non-partisan.

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