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The June 2 primary ballot will present a number of choices for Democratic and Republican voters.
At the county level, four Republicans have filed for two seats on the board of supervisors.
They include incumbent Kraig Pennington and challengers Colby Holmes, Steve Knapp, and Kurt Shaha.
Current supervisor Lyle Minnick, a Democrat, is not seeking reelection.
Two Republicans are vying for the position of county sheriff.
They are current sheriff Rob Haley and current deputy Landon White.
Current county auditor Amanda Waske is running unopposed.
At the state level, current District 12 state senator Mark Costello is being challenged by Richard Crouch.
Incumbent District 24 state representative Cecil Dolecheck is running unopposed in the primary.
At the federal level, two Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination for District 3 U.S. House.
They are Bill Schafer and David Young.
Incumbent U.S. Senator Joni Ernst is running unopposed in the primary.
No Democrats will appear on the ballot for county positions.
At the state level, Joseph Norris is running unopposed for his party’s nomination for District 12 state senate.
Chris Adcock is running unopposed for the District 24 state representative seat.
On the federal level, Democratic voters will find a crowded field for the position of U.S. Senator.
The candidates include Michael Franken, Kimberly Graham, Theresa Greenfield, Eddie J. Mauro, and Cal Woods.
Incumbent District 3 U.S. House representative Cindy Axne is running unopposed in the primary.