Results from Tuesday’s primary elections are in around the local area and state. Tony Walter won the nomination on the democratic side for Webster County Sheriff. He edged Trevir Michechl by less than 75 votes, Walter will face Luke Fleener in the general election. Fleener ran unopposed on the republican ticket. For County Board Of Supervisors seats that are up for election in this year, Mark Campbell, Bob Thode and Nick Carlson all ran unopposed on the democratic side as did Webster County Auditor Doreen Pliner. Jesse Green a farmer from Harcourt won the republican nod for State Senate District 24 over 3 other opponents. He will face Cynthia Oppedahl-Paschen of Ames who got the democratic nod. In Hamilton County Douglas Timmons won the republican nomination over Rodney Hicok for Hamilton County Sheriff. In Wright County, Karl Helgevold a winner in the District 3 Bioard Of Supervisors primary over Mike Boyd, Rick Rasmussen took District 1 over Jason Wessels. Theresa Greenfield took the democratic nomination for U.S. Senate she will take on Joni Ernst. Steve King was unseated in the republican primary in the 4th District Congressional Race as Randy Feenstra took that nomination. Feenstra will take on J.D. Scholten who ran unopposed on the democratic side. State Representatives Ann Meyer and Mike Sexton both ran unopposed in their races. In Humboldt County, Erik Underberg ran unopposed in the 4th District Board Of Supervisors race. in District 5, David Lee won the republican side and John D Meyers won the democratic nod. Trish Erickson won a 3 way race to be the republican nominee for Webster County Auditor. in Calhoun County, Scott Becker defeated Gary Birkey on the republican side for District 1 Board Of Supervisor’s seat. In District 3, Carl Legore ran unopposed on the republican side. Robin Batz was unopposed as the republican pick for Calhoun County Auditor. Patrick J. Riley had a landslide victory on the republican over Scott Anderson in the Calhoun County Sheriff’s race.