Courtesy photo Shane Bybee, with his grandson Westin Ruesch, celebrates his victory in the White Pine County Commission, Seat 2 seat on Tuesday evening.

Courtesy photo
Shane Bybee, with his grandson Westin Ruesch, celebrates his victory in the White Pine County Commission, Seat 2 seat on Tuesday evening.

President
Donald Trump 72 percent (2,723)
Hillary Clinton 19 percent (707)
Gary Johnson 4 percent (151)
None of these candidates 4 percent (138)

U.S. Senate
Joe Heck 69 percent (2,591)
Catherine Cortez Masto 19 percent (727)
None of these candidates 4 percent (168)

U.S. Representative, District 4
Cresent Hardy 70 percent (2,587)
Ruben Kihuen 19 percent (718)
Mike Little 6 percent (217)
Steve Brown 4 percent (159)

State Senate, District 19
Pete Goicoechea 77 percent (2,833)
Janine Hansen 23 percent (824)

County Commission, Seat 2
Shane Bybee 73 percent (2,696)
George Chachas 27 percent (1,018)

County Commission, Seat 3
Steven Stork 100 percent (3,217)

County Commission, Seat 4
Richard Howe 43 percent (1,556)
Rusty Lewis 37 percent (1,356)
Ralph McClintock 21 percent (761)

White Pine Hospital District Trustee, Seat 3
Leslie Martin, 57 percent (1,991)
Dale Derbidge 43 percent (1,492)

White Pine Hospital District Trustee, Seat 5
Wade Robison 54 percent (1,894)
Todd Brewster 46 percent (1,619)

White Pine School Board Trustee, Subdistrict D
Jessica Trask 50.32 percent (1,754)
Mary Kerner 49.68 percent (1,732)

White Pine School Board Trustee, Subdistrict G
Candice Campeau 60 percent (2,023)
Denys M. Koyle 40 percent (1,357)

State Assembly, District 33
John Ellison 100 percent (3,249)

Supreme Court Justice, Seat A
Jim Hardesty 75 percent (2,551)
None of these candidates 25 percent (868)

Supreme Court Justice, Seat E
Ron D. Parraguirre 73 percent (2,504)
None of these candidates 24 percent (909)

Court of Appeals Judge, Dept. 1
Jerry Tao, 72 percent (2,467)
None of these candidates 28 percent (939)

Court of Appeals Judge, Dept. 2
Michael Gibbons 77 percent (2,599)
None of these candidates 23 percent (796)

Court of Appeals Judge, Dept. 3
Abbi Silver 73 percent (2,463)
None of these candidates 27 percent (908)

State Board of Education, District 4

55 percent (1,705)
Len Marciano 45 percent (1,404)