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Unofficial results indicate that Richard Elsner easily retained his District 2 Commissioner’s seat over challenger Cynthia Sherriff, and Amy Mitchell emerged victorious in a field of four candidates for the District 1 commissioner’s seat in Tuesday’s Park County Republican Primary Elections.

 Elsner captured 2,125 votes to Sherriff’s 1,305, with 3,430 total votes cast.

In a crowded field of candidates for the District 1 commissioner’s post, Mitchell garnered 1,100 votes to hold off Katie Spodyak (920), Steve Vincze (912) and Garrison Genschork (648), respectively. Read more

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