The meeting is made available to the public with the live broadcast of this meeting. Meeting ID: 833 5914 9860 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87397242441 The Chair asked that any conflict of interest be stated concerning any item on the agenda. No conflicts were stated. A motion was made by Kenkel and seconded by Haake to approve the agenda with no additions. AYES: Unanimous NAYES: None This being the day designated for the 2020 Primary Election Canvass the Supervisors then had the results of the nominations for the November ballot for Partisan races which will include the winners of the Primary contests. The members of the County Board of Canvassers, hereby certify the following to be a true and correct abstract of the votes cast in this county, at the Primary Election held on Tuesday, June 02, 2020, and as shown by the tally lists returned from the several election precincts as follows: United States Senator - RepublicanJoni Ernst Received One Thousand Five Hundred and Forty-Five (1,545) votes Scattering Received Ten (10) votes Total One Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty-Five (1,555) votes United States Senator - DemocraticMichael Franken Received Ninety-Six (96) votes Kimberly Graham Received Ninety-Five (95) votes Theresa Greenfield Received Four Hundred and Thirty-Seven (437) votes Eddie J. Mauro Received Sixty-Three (63) votes Cal Woods Received Eighteen (18) votes Scattering Received Two (2) votes Total Seven Hundred and Eleven (711) votes United States Representative District 4 - RepublicanRandy Feenstra Received Two Hundred and Eighty-Two (282) votes Steve King Received Six Hundred and Ninety (690) votes Steven Reeder Received Sixty-Five (65) votes Bret A. Richards Received Four Hundred and Eighty-Seven (487) votes Jeremy Taylor Received Ninety-Five (95) votes Scattering Received Two (2) votes Total One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-One (1,621) votes United States Representative District 4 - DemocraticJ.D. Scholten Received Six Hundred and Fifty-Six (656) votes Scattering Received Six (6) votes Total Six Hundred and Sixty-Two (662) votes
State Representative District 18 - RepublicanSteven Holt Received One Thousand Five Hundred and Twenty (1,520) votes Scattering Received Ten (10) votes Total One Thousand Five Hundred and Thirty (1,530) votes State Representative District 18 - DemocraticDamon Hopkins Received Six Hundred and Sixteen (616) votes Scattering Received Four (4) votes Total Six Hundred and Twenty (620) votes County Supervisor At Large - RepublicanSteve Kenkel Received One Thousand Four Hundred and Ten (1,410) votes Charles Parkhurst Received One Thousand Two Hundred and Seventy-Nine(1,279) votes Scattering Received Thirty-Two (32) votes Total Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty-One (2,721) votes
County Supervisor At Large - DemocraticScattering Received Seventy (70) votes Total Seventy (70) votes
County Auditor - RepublicanMark Maxwell Received One Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty (1,550) votes Scattering Received Six (6) votes Total One Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty-Six (1,556) votes
County Auditor - DemocraticScattering Received Thirty-Two (32) votes Total Thirty-Two (32) votes County Sheriff - RepublicanNeil W. Gross Received One Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy-Five (1,575) votes Scattering Received Thirteen (13) votes Total One Thousand Five Hundred and Eighty-Eight (1,588) votes County Sheriff - DemocraticScattering Received Forty-Two (42) votes Total Forty-Two (42) votes Haake made a motion approve the Cavass with Kenkel seconding the motion. Haake, Kenkel and Parkhurst all voted in favor of accepting the Cavass. Voter Turnout was 26.67% at this Primary election. The post-election audit was then presented to the Supervisors. The techniques and results of the audit were presented with Haake making a motion to accept the audit results and Kenkel seconded the motion. Parkhurst, Haake and Kenkel all voted in favor of the motion to approve and accept the election audit. The Supervisors then placed on the agenda a chance for any pandemic related decisions or discussion that may be needed before the regular meeting next Tuesday. Charles Parkhurst was contacted about fireworks on July 4th in Harlan. He was notified that they will be presented. Opening the Courthouse on June 17th is still on scheduled with many questions asked of the Treasurers office because of the traffic the Treasurers office receives. Appointments are being scheduled now for business at the Treasurers office. The Recorders office will take appointments until June 17th. Then be open for normal business. Having no further business the meeting was adjourned.
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