Henry County Voters Head To Polls In Heated Primary

Luke Edwards
Posted 8/3/22

The voting turnout for Henry County was high, as was expected. Of the 13,573 registered voters, 34.5% cast their votes – well above projections. Although we won't know for sure until later (The …

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Henry County Voters Head To Polls In Heated Primary

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The voting turnout for Henry County was high, as was expected. Of the 13,573 registered voters, 34.5% cast their votes – well above projections. Although we won't know for sure until later (The Clinton Daily Democrat's news cycle closed immediately after the local polls were tabulated), Henry County favored Vicky Hartzler for the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, and Trudy Busch Valentine for the Democratic candidate.
For State Auditor, Henry County favored Scott Fitzpatrick (2256 votes) for the Republican candidate; Alan Green was the only Democratic candidate and received 605 votes.
The Republican District 4 Representative candidate most favored in Henry County was Mark Alford with 1553 votes. Votes (for Henry County) for the other candidates were as follows: Jim Campbell, 104 votes; Rick Brattin, 1479 votes; Bill Irwin, 213 votes; Kalena Bruce, 266 votes; Taylor Burks, 176 votes; and Kyle S. LaBrue, 64 votes. For the Democrat's ballot Jack Truman was favored with 604 votes and was the only candidate.
Henry County favored Republican candidate Sandy Crawford for District 28 State Senator with 1981 votes: Janet Arnold received 787 votes, and Bill Yraberry received 729 votes.
The District 126 State Representative Republican candidate David Kelsay received 1968 votes from Henry Countians, and Jim Kaberloh received 1840 votes.
Unopposed Republican candidates: Harold Dump (Associate Circuit Court Judge): 3264 votes; Rick Watson (County Clerk): 3418 votes; Wendi McGhee (Circuit Clerk), 3342 votes; and Gail Perrymann (Recorder of Deeds), 3315 votes.
Contested races:
Presiding Commissioner – Jim Stone received 2082 votes to get the commission spot. Taylor Bush received 1753 votes.
Prosecuting Attorney – LaChrisha Gray received 2969 votes beating out opponent Zac Maggi who received 956 votes.

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