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Complete primary election results

Published 6:36pm Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Voters have narrowed the field to two candidates for mayor, City Council Ward 1, and County Commissioner District 1 and 2, and six candidates for Austin School board.

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Austin Mayor

(Top 2 Candidates Advance to General Election)

Total Votes

Thomas A. Stiehm (I)

959

56.2%

Dick Lang

389

22.8%

Marian J. Clennon

247

14.5%

Joey Miller

59

3.5%

Jerald W. Kelly

53

3.1%

(I) denotes incumbent
Precincts reporting: 6 of 6

Austin School Board

(Top 6 Candidates Advance to General Election)

Total Votes

Richard Lees (I)

946

18.8%

Mary Jane Kestner

899

17.8%

Carol McAlister

805

16.0%

Don Leathers

762

15.1%

Kathy Glowac

571

11.3%

Bruce Quitmeyer

305

6.0%

David Price

293

5.8%

Matthew Tabor

234

4.6%

Bud Johnson

231

4.6%

(I) denotes incumbent
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18

Austin City Council Ward 1

(Top 2 Candidates Advance to General Election)

Total Votes

Malcolm W. McDonald

258

45.0%

Michael Jordal

219

38.2%

Aaron Jones

78

13.6%

Zeke Dahl*

18

3.1%

*Dahl dropped out but his name is still on the ballot.
Precincts reporting: 2 of 2

County Commissioner District 1

(Top 2 Candidates Advance to General Election)

Total Votes

Tim Gabrielson (I)

387

68.6%

Paul Fischer

110

19.5%

James Patrick Williams

67

11.9%

(I) denotes incumbent
Precincts reporting: 8 of 8

County Commissioner District 2

(Top 2 Candidates Advance to General Election)

Total Votes

Polly L. Glynn

288

43.0%

Raymond Tucker (I)

290

43.2%

Bryan Robert Young

93

13.9%

(I) denotes incumbent
Precincts reporting: 20 of 20

U.S. Rep. District 1 Republican nominee

(Top Candidate Advances to General Election)

Total Votes

Allen Quist

12,531

54.1%

Mike Parry

10,614

45.9%

(I) denotes incumbent
Precincts reporting: 695 of 695

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