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Congressional District 1 special primary election results

Polls close at 8 p.m. Results will be updated as they are available.

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Republican

100% precincts reporting

VOTES

PERCENT

Bob "Again" Carney Jr.

216

0.59%

Kevin Kocina

986

2.71%

Jeremy Munson

13,446

36.92%

Nels Pierson

1,925

5.29%

J.R. Ewing

157

0.43%

Brad Finstad

13,835

37.99%

Roger Ungemach

163

0.45%

Jennifer Carnahan

2,918

8.01%

Matt Benda

2,647

7.27%

Ken Navitsky

129

0.35%

DFL race was a snoozer but GOP contest has been neck-and-neck.

Democratic-Farmer-Labor

100% precincts reporting

VOTES

PERCENT

Warren Lee Anderson

385

2.02%

Sarah Brakebill-Hacke

2,524

13.23%

James Rainwater

460

2.41%

Jeff Ettinger

12,261

64.25%

Richard W. Painter

1,740

9.12%

George H. Kalberer

144

0.75%

Rick DeVoe

392

2.05%

Candice Deal-Bartell

1,177

6.17%

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