JACKSON, Wyo. — Primary election day wrapped up in Teton County at 7 p.m. on Aug. 16. Votes are being counted across the state with a few races called already. Candidates highlighted in orange clearly won their primary and will appear on the general election ballot in November.

The data below is based on unofficial results posted on the Wyoming Secretary of State website and Teton County’s website.

Local:

Local results are unofficial and current as of 9:24 p.m., Aug. 16. A total of 8,491 ballots were cast in Teton County.

County Commission (Republican):

PETER LONG3,596
KASEY MATEOSKY2,849
ALEX MUROMCEW2,550
TOM SEGERSTROM3,306
WRITE-IN215

County Commission: (Democratic)

MARK NEWCOMB357
LUTHER PROPST296
WRITE-IN75

Town Council: (Non-partisan)

KATHERINE “KAT” RUECKERT598
JONATHAN SCHECHTER1,185
DAVID SCHEURN198
JOEL SMITH116
DEVON VIEHMAN1,021
ELLIOTT R. ALSTON147
ARNE OLAUS JORGENSEN1,394

State House District 23: (Democratic)

LIZ STORER 168
RYAN SEDGELEY53

Clerk of District Court: (only two democratic candidates)

ANNE COMEAUX SUTTON (D)279
BRIAN E. HULTMAN (D)152

County Assessor: (only two democratic candidates)

ZAN AUKEE (D)88
MELISSA “MEL” SHINKLE (D)337

Local uncontested races included County Clerk (Maureen “Mo” Murphy), County Coroner (Brent “Doc” Blue), County Attorney (Erin Weisman), County Sheriff (Matt Carr), County Treasurer (Katie Smits).

Andrew Byron (R) is running uncontested for State Representative District 22.

State Senate District 17 and District 16—which represent Teton County, will be decided in the general election because only one candidate from each party is running. For District 17, Steve Duerr (R) will face incumbent Mike Gierau (D). For the District 16 seat, Jim McCollum (R) is running against incumbent Mike Yin (D).

Statewide:

Vote counts are based on statewide results and the clear winners are highlighted with orange text. As of 12:30 a.m., Aug. 17, all 23 Wyoming counties reported their unofficial results. Numbers in parenthesis denote the number of votes cast by Teton County voters.

U.S. State Representative: (Democratic)

LYNETTE GREYBULL4,503 (299)
MEGHAN R. JENSEN1,833 (61)
STEVE HELLING897(35)

U.S. State Representative: (Republican)

ANTHONY BOUCHARD4,505 (34)
DENTON KNAPP2,258(13)
HARRIET HAGEMAN113,025 (1,928)
LIZ CHENEY49,316 (5,955)
ROBYN M. BELINSKEY1,305 (155)

Governor: (Democratic)

REX WILDE2,016 (58)
THERESA A. LIVINGSTON4,989 (302)

Governor: (Republican)

BRENT BIEN48,549 (516)
JAMES SCOTT QUICK4,725 (153)
MARK GORDON101,092 (5,618)
REX RAMMELL9,373 (247)

Superintendent of Public Instruction: (Republican)

BRIAN SCHROEDER55,746 (1,256)
JENNIFER ZERBA13,656 (830)
MEGAN DEGENFELDER59,301 (2,575)
ROBERT J. WHITE III4,392 (132)

The winner of the Republican primary will go against the uncontested democratic candidate Sergio A. Maldonado, Sr.

Secretary of State: (Republican)

CHUCK GRAY 75,939 (895)
MARK ARMSTRONG14,292 (393)
TARA NETHERCOTT63,044 (4,797)

State Treasurer: (Republican)

BILL GALLOP (R)40,643 (2,342)
CURT MEIER (R)97,489 (1,991)

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Lindsay Vallen is a Community News Reporter covering a little bit of everything; with an interest in politics, wildlife, and amplifying community voices. Originally from the east coast, Lindsay has called Wilson, Wyoming home since 2017. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, hiking, cooking, and completing the Jackson Hole Daily crosswords.