CHESTER, Mont. (NMB) – Liberty County finalized the local results of the 2020 general election with their canvassing on Tuesday.
Liberty County saw 90 percent voter turnout, with 1,100 residents casting a ballot. This is the highest turnout in a general election for Liberty County since at least 1990.
The precinct with the highest turnout was No. 4 (Joplin area) at 93 percent.
This precinct with the lowest turnout was No. 3 (south precinct) at 86 percent.
There was only one county-level race, and it was decided by a slim margin. The Liberty County Courthouse Project Mill Levy failed by a vote of 563-516. A majority of voters in precincts No. 2 (north) and No. 3 (south) were in favor of the project, while more voters in precincts No. 1 (west) and No. 4 (Joplin) were against the proposal.
Republican statewide candidates won all four precincts in Liberty County.
For complete Liberty County results, click here.
For precinct maps, visit Montana Free Press.