Precincts in: 4 of 4

Final County Canvassing Completed

Voter Turnout: 90% (1,100 out of 1,226)

Precinct with Highest Turnout: Precinct No. 4 (Joplin area) with 93% (233 of 250)

Precinct with Lowest Turnout: Precinct No. 3 (south precinct) with 86% (267 of 312)

Local Races

Liberty County Courthouse Project (authorizes County Commission to assess an estimated $64.46 increase in property taxes on a home valued at $100,000 for the next 20 years):

For: 516

Against: 563

For District 1 County Commissioner:

Maureen “Morb” Wicks (D): 831

For Clerk of District Court:

Anne Seidlitz-Melton (D): 890

County Results of State Legislative Races

For State Representative District 27:

Josh J Kassmier (R): 932

County Results of Local District Court Judge Retainment

Shall Judge Kaydee N. Snipes-Ruiz of District 12, Dept. 1 be retained for another term?

Yes: 776

No: 159

County Results of Statewide and Federal Races

 For President and Vice President:

Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris (D): 249

Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy “Spike” Cohen (L): 13

Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (R): 821

For United States Senator:

Steve Bullock (D): 299

Steve Daines (R): 789

For United States Representative:

Matt Rosendale (R): 776

Kathleen Williams (D): 304

For Governor and Lieutenant Governor:

Lyman Bishop and John Nesper (L): 27

Mike Cooney and Casey Schreiner (D): 268

Greg Gianforte and Kristen Juras (R): 788

For Secretary of State:

Bryce Bennett (D): 249

Christi Jacobsen (R): 805

For Attorney General:

Raph Graybill (D): 285

Austin Knudsen (R): 786

For State Auditor:

Troy Downing (R): 778

Shane A Morigeau (D): 234

Roger Roots (L): 36

For Superintendent of Public Instruction:

Elsie Arntzen (R): 694

Kevin Leatherbarrow (L): 38

Melissa Romano (D): 333

For Supreme Court Justice #5:

Mike Black: 410

Laurie McKinnon: 502

Shall Montana Supreme Court Justice Jim Shea be retained?

Yes: 806

No: 153

Local Results of Statewide Ballot Issues

Constitutional Amendment No. 46:

Yes: 679

No: 301

Constitutional Amendment No. 47:

Yes: 641

No: 333

Constitutional Initiative No. 118 (allows legislature to establish legal age for purchasing, consuming, or possessing marijuana):

Yes: 458

No: 589

Legislative Referendum No. 130 (revises firearms laws to prevent local governments from regulating the carrying of concealed weapons):

Yes: 530

No: 508

Initiative No. 190 (legalizes possession and use of limited amounts of marijuana for adults over 21-years-old):

Yes: 425

No: 643