Crow Wing County and Cass County election results shared

Vote totals listed for elected county positions

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Following are Nov. 8 election results for Cass County and Crow Wing County seats:

Cass County

  • Commissioner District 1: Neal Gaalswyk (incumbent), East Gull Lake, 2,734 votes.
  • Commissioner District 4: Scott D. Bruns (incumbent), Walker, 1,426 votes; Steve Erickson, Hackensack, 1,136 votes.
  • Recorder: Kathryn “Katie” M. Norby (incumbent), Backus, 11,207 votes.
  • Sheriff: Chris Thompson, campaign address of Walker, 5,296 votes; Bryan Welk, Remer, 8,687 votes.
  • County attorney: Benjamin T. Lindstrom (incumbent), Chickamaw Beach, 11,014 votes.
  • Soil and water supervisor, District 1: Thomas Kuschel (incumbent), Sebeka, 11.047 votes.
  • Soil and water supervisor, District 5: Jennifer O’Neill, Walker, 5,026 votes; Jon D. Osowski, Walker, 2,175 votes; Bob Wright, Walker, 4,241 votes.
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Crow Wing County

  • Commissioner District 2: Jon W. Lubke, Jenkins, 4,010 votes; Robin M. Sylvester, Jenkins Township, 3,060 votes.
  • Commissioner District 3: Steve Barrows (incumbent), Baxter, 2,260 votes; Tad A. Erickson, Brainerd, 2,109 votes.
  • Commissioner District 4: Rosemary R. Franzen (incumbent), Baxter, 4,082 votes; Troy Kenneth Scheffler, Merrifield, 2,134 votes.
  • Sheriff: Scott Goddard, Breezy Point (incumbent), 12,675 votes; Eric Klang, Baxter, 18,066 votes.
  • County attorney: Donald F. Ryan (incumbent), 24,212 votes.
  • Soil and water supervisor, District 2: Diane Jacobson (incumbent), Brainerd, 23,625.
  • Soil and water supervisor, District 3: Roger Waytashek, Crosby, 23,393 votes.
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