2014 General Election results

Governor     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Sam BrownbackRepublican422,82450%
Paul DavisDemocrat390,05146%
Keen A. UmbehrLibertarian33,6604%

U.S. Senate     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Randall BatsonLibertarian35,9264%
Greg Ormanindependent358,46043%
Pat RobertsRepublican449,05453%

U.S. House District 1     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Tim HuelskampRepublican131,68368%
James E. SherowDemocrat63,47733%

U.S. House District 2     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Christopher ClemmonsLibertarian9,4854%
Lynn JenkinsRepublican126,12957%
Margie WakefieldDemocrat84,77039%

U.S. House District 3     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Kelly KultalaDemocrat87,78140%
Kevin YoderRepublican132,501 60%

U.S. House District 4     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Mike PompeoRepublican133,84267%
Perry L. SchuckmanDemocrat67,07233%

Secretary of State     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Kris KobachRepublican496,98759%
Jean Kurtis SchodorfDemocrat339,71441%

Attorney General     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
A.J. KotichDemocrat272,97533%
Derek SchmidtRepublican550,45267%

Insurance Commissioner     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Dennis AndersonDemocrat312,03938%
Ken SelzerRepublican499,50962%

State Treasurer     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Carmen AlldrittDemocrat266,21432%
Ron EstesRepublican556,14968%

Retain Supreme Court justices     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Yes No
Lee Johnson383,518 (53%)345,752 (47%)
Eric S. Rosen389,196 (53%)350,481 (47%)

Kansas House District 79     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Larry W. AlleyRepublican3,28850%
Ed TrimmerDemocrat3,28250%

Kansas House District 81     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Blake CarpenterRepublican2,98362%
Lynn WellsDemocrat1,82838%

Kansas House District 82     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Pete DeGraafRepublican4,49062%
Danette HarrisDemocrat2,75038%

Kansas House District 83     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Carolyn BridgesDemocrat2,73556%
James ThomasRepublican2,16944%

Kansas House District 84     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Gordon BakkenLibertarian3117%
Gail FinneyDemocrat3,37670%
Ray "Grizzly" RacobsRepublican1,10623%

Kansas House District 85     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Steven BrunkRepublican5,50366%
Patrick ThorpeDemocrat2,83934%

Kansas House District 86     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
James PrudenLibertarian1,06228%
Jim WardDemocrat2,67772%

Kansas House District 87     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Charles JenneyDemocrat3,10339%
Mark KahrsRepublican4,85561%

Kansas House District 88     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Joseph ScapaRepublican2,54851%
Patricia M. SloopDemocrat2,50050%

Kansas House District 89     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Frank ChappellRepublican2,46242%
Roderick A. HoustonDemocrat3,35758%

Kansas House District 92     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Jeremy AlessiRepublican2,96046%
John CarmichaelDemocrat3,41854%

Kansas House District 93     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Sammy K. FlahartyDemocrat2,13131%
John WhitmerRepublican4,66269%

Kansas House District 95     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Benny BomanRepublican1,76342%
Tom SawyerDemocrat2,44058%

Kansas House District 96     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Rick LindseyRepublican1,93644%
Brandon WhippleDemocrat2,46356%

Kansas House District 98     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Steven AnthimidesRepublican2,25952%
Steven G. CrumDemocrat2,12449%

Kansas House District 100     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Dan HawkinsRepublican5,91070%
John Wallace WilloughbyDemocrat2,52530%

Kansas House District 102     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Brian E. DavisDemocrat1,83047%
Jan PaulsRepublican2,10554%

Kansas House District 105     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Mark Edward HuttonRepublican3,63761%
Sherry LivingstonDemocrat2,29139%

Sedgwick County Commission District 4     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Melody McCray-MillerDemocrat11.46748%
Richard RanzauRepublican12,02151%

Sedgwick County Commission District 5     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Jim HowellRepublican14,39363%
Richard YoungDemocrat8,21436%

Sedgwick County judge     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Seth L. RundleRepublican67,12252%
Gregory L. WallerDemocrat60,57947%

Wichita sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes37,89237%
No62,82662%

Andover sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,81647%
No2,03753%

Bel Aire sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,21244%
No1,51755%

Valley Center sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,00044%
No1,26355%

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