As of press time Tuesday night, all county voting districts had reported in with unofficial results of the 2020 Presidential Primary Election.

In the 2nd District supervisor’s race, Jill Cox had 71.3 percent of 621 total votes (443 votes), followed by Melanie Miller with 112 votes (18.0 percent) and Thomas J. Fox, with 66 votes (10.6 percent).

In the 3rd District, Liam Gogan had 53.9 percent of 602 votes, followed by incumbent Bobbi Chadwick with 46 percent (277 votes).

In District 5, Dan Frasier had 47.7 percent of 469 votes, followed by Jeff Dickey with 38.8 percent (182 votes) and Diane Richards with 16.4 percent (77 votes). However, Frasier and Dickey will likely face off again in a runoff in November, as Frasier did not collect more than 50 percent of votes.

Results as of Tuesday night were still unofficial, with some mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted.

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microwear

Unofficial that’s correct. This is where the Registrar Of Voters put the final touches making sure that the election results come out just the Way they are playing too. Yes you can vote but don’t count on it making a difference or being correctly counted by this Registrar Of Voters. Code violations deceptive practices in hiding activities from trained observer’s somehow whether you’re aware of it or not The only thing you can count on is the election it’s been tampered with. Unofficial phony counterfeit show many things are wrong and no one is doing anything about it good luck Trinity you get the government you deserve.

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