Total Number Voting
Percent Turnout
Precincts Reporting
Total Precincts
Percent Completed
29,519 42.63% 76 76 100.00
Short Format Report - Jurisdiction Wide
GENERAL ELECTION 11/03/98 All Total Groups
11/3/98 11:00:38PM Page: 1 of 1 Sarpy
 
 
Race Candidate Votes Percent
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DIST. 2
MICHAEL SCOTT -D 9,064 31.16 %
LEE TERRY -R 20,023 68.84 %
 
GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
HOPPNER/BATAILLON -D 11,813 40.48 %
JOHANNS/MAURSTAD -R 17,368 59.52 %
 
SECRETARY OF STATE
KENT BERNBECK -D 7,958 29.02 %
SCOTT MOORE -R 17,390 63.41 %
MICHAELLE MILLER -L 2,077 7.57 %
 
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
KANDRA HAHN -D 8,633 31.36 %
KATE WITEK -R 17,866 64.89 %
GUS LIESKE -RFM 1,032 3.75 %
 
STATE TREASURER
DAVID D. TAGART -D 8,714 32.27 %
DAVID HEINEMAN -R 17,323 64.15 %
SAM SPILKER -RFM 965 3.57 %
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL
PAT KNAPP -D 7,958 28.29 %
DON STENBERG -R 19,300 68.60 %
ANDREW L. SULLIVAN -L 875 3.11 %
 
COUNTY CLERK
DEB HOUGHTALING -R 24,571 100.00 %
 
REGISTER OF DEEDS
LLOYD DOWDING -R 23,732 100.00 %
 
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
CHARLENE MARCHAND -D 21,192 100.00 %
 
COUNTY TREASURER
RICH JAMES -R 24,289 100.00 %
 
SHERIFF
PATRICK J. THOMAS -R 23,737 85.59 %
MARSHALL A. VYTLAS -RFM 3,997 14.41 %
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY
MICHAEL L. MUNCH -D 13,198 47.98 %
JIM MILLER -R 14,307 52.02 %
 
COUNTY SURVEYOR
THOMAS A. LYNAM -D 20,239 100.00 %
 
COUNTY ASSESSOR
RICK CAMPBELL -D 11,484 42.72 %
DAN PITTMAN -R 15,401 57.28 %
 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2
TIM GAY -R 6,100 100.00 %
 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5
TIM SCHRAM -R 5,566 100.00 %
 
LEGISLATURE DIST. 14
RICHARD E. ALCALA 4,234 45.34 %
NANCY THOMPSON 5,105 54.66 %
 
METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIST. 5
ALDONA V. DOYLE 20,159 100.00 %
 
METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT LARGE
MIKE KENNEDY 14,500 67.76 %
GARY KIEL 6,899 32.24 %
 
EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #2
VERN GIBSON 0 0 %
DON D. BALL 0 0 %
RONALD O. BRIGGS 0 0 %
 
EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3
RON E. PEARSON 12,716 20.86 %
ROBERT ABEL 12,271 20.13 %
PHIL WRIGHT 11,858 19.45 %
RICHARD M. WARDELL 10,985 18.02 %
ALAN MOORE 13,121 21.53 %
 
METROPOLITAN O.P.P.D. DIRECTOR
JOHN K. GREEN 1,192 58.84 %
FRANK W. BEMIS 834 41.16 %
 
SOUTH O.P.P.D. DIRECTOR
FREDERICK J. ULRICH 2,751 52.85 %
BOB TWISS 2,454 47.15 %
 
SUBURBAN O.P.P.D. DIRECTOR
KEITH B. EDQUIST 8,061 48.27 %
KIRK BRUMBAUGH 8,640 51.73 %
 
M.U.D. DIRECTORS
JACK A. FROST 5,263 29.70 %
BETTY L. DWORAK 4,740 26.75 %
MARK DOYLE 5,483 30.94 %
MEL RAMSEY 2,233 12.60 %
 
PAPIO-MO. RIVER N.R.D. SUBDISTRICT 10
RICH JANSEN 11,935 100.00 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY MAYOR
JERRY RYAN 5,272 53.97 %
JOE BALDWIN 4,496 46.03 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY COUNCIL WARD I
CHUCK FREDRICK 1,016 57.66 %
PATRICIA GORHAM 746 42.34 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY COUNCIL WARD II
LARRY CASCIO 1,340 62.12 %
FRANK J. SEMIN 817 37.88 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY COUNCIL WARD III
ED BABBITT 1,412 100.00 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY COUNCIL WARD IV
PATRICIA TORRE 788 45.08 %
MARVIN HOLUBAR 960 54.92 %
 
BELLEVUE CITY COUNCIL WARD V
KATHLEEN KANKOUSKY 1,333 64.09 %
HASTINGS BANNER 747 35.91 %
 
GRETNA CITY COUNCIL WARD I
DANIEL G. SCHRADER 298 100.00 %
 
GRETNA CITY COUNCIL WARD II
JOANETTE ZACH 275 100.00 %
 
LA VISTA CITY COUNCIL WARD I
BRENDA L. CARLISLE 367 100.00 %
 
LA VISTA CITY COUNCIL WARD II
TERRILYN QUICK 508 100.00 %
 
LA VISTA CITY COUNCIL WARD III
ALAN W. RONAN 393 100.00 %
 
LA VISTA CITY COUNCIL WARD IV
DAN HANNON 581 100.00 %
 
PAPILLION CITY MAYOR
PETER J. GOODMAN 1,831 38.50 %
DONNIE BRANDT 2,925 61.50 %
 
PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL WARD I
DIANE BATTIATO 567 55.26 %
WENDY WELSHINGER 459 44.74 %
 
PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL WARD II
CANDACE A. BORMAN 840 100.00 %
 
PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL WARD III
ELLEN BLINN 572 50.66 %
CINDY KUSTKA 557 49.34 %
 
PAPILLION CITY COUNCIL WARD IV
TOM MUMGAARD 929 100.00 %
 
SPRINGFIELD CITY MAYOR
DUANE E. NEITZEL 250 53.19 %
KEITH CHLUPACEK 220 46.81 %
 
SPRINGFIELD CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE
THOMAS D. BUSKIRK 348 39.06 %
CHAD NOLTE 195 21.89 %
MIKE MANN 194 21.77 %
KEITH SUGAR BEAR HIATT 154 17.28 %
 
ASHLAND-GREENWOOD BOARD OF EDUCATION 1
DAVID N. LUTTON 0 0 %
STEVEN NOVOTNY III 0 0 %
RUSSELL R. ALLINGTON 0 0 %
TIMOTHY A. WASHBURN 0 0 %
RANDY D. BERANEK 0 0 %
LOWELL P. KRUEGER 0 0 %
 
BELLEVUE BOARD OF EDUCATION 1
N. CAROL OLSEN 6,063 32.60 %
JOHN TERRY SULLIVAN 6,323 33.99 %
JANE BARES 6,215 33.41 %
 
CASS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 32
ROBERT STABEN 1 25.00 %
DONALD GRAY 2 50.00 %
RUSSELL GRAY 1 25.00 %
 
GRETNA BOARD OF EDUCATION 37
ROBERT GREENFIELD 794 17.56 %
BRENDA M. OSTRANSKY 892 19.73 %
MICHAEL T. AVERY 758 16.77 %
RON JOHNS 741 16.39 %
SUE TOMANEK 644 14.24 %
JAMES W. TIMMERMAN 692 15.31 %
 
MILLARD BOARD OF EDUCATION 17 4-YR.
BOB LAMBERTY 677 14.42 %
SHERI ROGERS 965 20.56 %
BEAU ISKE 863 18.39 %
PAUL SCHOOMAKER 593 12.63 %
JULIE A. JOHNSON 949 20.22 %
BRAD R. BURWELL 647 13.78 %
 
MILLARD BOARD OF EDUCATION 17 2-YR.
TOM PETRIE 659 38.88 %
JEAN L. STOTHERT 1,036 61.12 %
 
PAPILLION-LA VISTA BOARD OF EDUCATION 27
FRED TAFOYA 4,468 18.97 %
DEBORAH BOYKIN 4,435 18.83 %
VALERIE FISHER 4,384 18.62 %
MARY A. TYNER 4,163 17.68 %
MARK WHITE 3,239 13.75 %
GARY MORRIS 2,859 12.14 %
 
SOUTH SARPY BOARD OF EDUCATION 46
CHIP FRAZIER 1,069 20.78 %
JAN RIHA 1,278 24.84 %
KIM MEYER 980 19.05 %
BRIAN TRACY 964 18.74 %
WENDY McDONNELL 854 16.60 %
 
LA VISTA LOCAL SALES TAX CONTINUATION
FOR 1,665 74.56 %
AGAINST 568 25.44 %
 
SARPY COUNTY SCHOOL DIST. 27 BONDS
YES, FOR SAID PROPOSITION 6,151 62.71 %
NO, AGAINST SAID PROPOSITION 3,657 37.29 %
 
RETAIN WORKERS' COMP. JUDGE BROWN
YES 18,056 75.50 %
NO 5,859 24.50 %
 
RETAIN WORKERS' COMP. JUDGE CAVEL
YES 17,878 76.08 %
NO 5,622 23.92 %
 
RETAIN WORKERS' COMP. JUDGE COE
YES 17,667 75.70 %
NO 5,672 24.30 %
 
RETAIN 2ND DISTRICT COURT JUDGE THOMPSON
YES 18,635 76.73 %
NO 5,652 23.27 %
 
RETAIN 2ND DISTRICT COURT JUDGE WESTER
YES 18,151 76.79 %
NO 5,487 23.21 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 1
FOR 19,322 72.95 %
AGAINST 7,165 27.05 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 2 PART A
FOR 16,354 61.90 %
AGAINST 10,065 38.10 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 2 PART B
FOR 15,456 61.13 %
AGAINST 9,829 38.87 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 2 PART C
FOR 15,794 62.38 %
AGAINST 9,523 37.62 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 2 PART D
FOR 9,230 38.71 %
AGAINST 14,614 61.29 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 3 PART A
FOR 14,183 54.51 %
AGAINST 11,836 45.49 %
 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 3 PART B
FOR 12,571 50.10 %
AGAINST 12,521 49.90 %
 
PROPOSED INITIATIVE MEASURE 413
FOR 14,333 49.66 %
AGAINST 14,528 50.34 %
 
PROPOSED INITIATIVE MEASURE 414
FOR 14,985 52.30 %
AGAINST 13,667 47.70 %
 
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