Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert
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Knudsen wins contested race, Christofferson, Dunbar, and Lang retain offices following primary

 

A tic over 64-percent of Phillips County voters turned out for the June 2 primary while statewide 54.7-percent voted. Photo by Mark Hebert.

Statewide in Montana, nearly 55-percent of registered voters turned out for last Tuesday's Federal Primary Mail-in Ballot Election, an all-time record for a primary election in the Treasure State, and in Phillips County, nearly 70-percent of registered voters submitted ballots.

"The Federal Primary Election as a mail ballot election went well," Phillips County Clerk and Recorder Lynnel LaBrie said. "Of the 2,521 ballots issued to eligible voters in Phillips County, 1,739 ballots were returned. This is a 68.9% turnout."

The 2018 Primary was a Poll Election, so those results are calculated w...



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