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Oneida County Election Results

The primary election in Oneida County results are still unofficial, until they have been certified following a canvass by the Board of County Commissioners.  The numbers are not likely to change between now and then in a way that changes any outcomes, and are as follows:

US Representative District 2

Mike Simpson County 706 State 53,467

Scott Cleveland

County 431 State 35,031

Sean Higgins

County 95 State 9,332

Legislative District 27 Seat B

Clay Handy County 496 State 3,749

Pat Field County 798 State 2,572

County Commission District 1

Bill Lewis 858

Drew Pettis 432

County Commission District 3

Brian Jeppsen 759

Kirk Willie 549

Oneida County Sheriff

Doug Williams 750

John Christophersen 381

Jonathan Hayes 189

Precinct Malad 1

Bob Crowther 268

Robyn Gamble 95

Precinct Malad 2

Troy Allen 148

Tom Jenkins 121

Precinct Malad 3

Sterling Smith 151

Lynn Moore 135

Precinct Malad 4

Randy Willie 162

Bryan Kerr 94


Ben Campbell 46


Duane Carter 31

Paul Smith 27

Library Bond Levy

In Favor 760

Against 573

Editorial Summary

These ballot counts were provided by Oneida County and were confirmed by the Idaho Enterprise using the state website. These counts are unofficial and will probably change, but results are historically accurate and unlikely to change. 

US Representative District 2- Mike Simpson will win this primary race. Representative Simpson won the vote in the county and state. 

State Legislative District 27 Representative Seat B- Clay Handy is showing a lead in the district voting and will likely win the seat, even though Pat Field won the vote for Oneida County with 708 Votes. Oneida County Commissioners- Bill Lewis (District 1) and Brian Jeppsen (District 3), will move on to the General Election and will most likely hold these seats.

Oneida County Sheriff- Doug Williams will win the primary and continue to the General Election. 

57% of the voters voted in favor of the Library Bond Levy Ballot Question.

The General election will happen November 5th, 2024.

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