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Below are the results in Iowa House and Senate Districts that had contested races in yesterday’s Iowa Republican Primary.

Senate District 11

  1. Tom Shipley – 70.1%
  2. Art Hill – 29.7%

Senate District 19

  1. Jack Whitver – 78.7%
  2. Brett H. Nelson – 21.1%

Senate District 29

  1. James R. Budde – 58.2%
  2. James A. Heavens – 41.8%

House District 1

  1. John H. Wills – 42.5%
  2. Kevin T. Klaassen – 29.5%
  3. Kevin Wolfswinkel – 28.0%

House District 18

  1. Steven Holt – 85.9%
  2. Dillon D. Malone – 14.0%

House District 26

  1. James L. Butler – 51.7%
  2. Eric Durbin – 48.0%

House District 60

  1. Walt Rogers – 78.8%
  2. Jason Welch – 21.1%

House District 91

  1. Gary Carlson – 61%
  2. Mark Cisneros – 39%
Senate District 15

  1. Crystal Bruntz – 67.9%
  2. Jeremy Filbert – 31.9%

Senate District 27

  1. Shawn Dietz – 61.4%
  2. Timothy Junker – 38.3%

Senate District 39

  1. Michael D. Moore – 49.2%
  2. Bob Anderson – 32.5%
  3. Royce W. Phillips – 18.1%

House District 15

  1. John Blue – 50.6%
  2. Troy Arthur – 49.4%

House District 25

  1. Stan Gustafson – 60.3%
  2. Joan Acela – 39.5%

House District 39

  1. Jake Highfill – 45.8%
  2. Taylor Egly – 34.2%
  3. Jerry Kinder – 19.8%

House District 84

  1. Dave Heaton – 69.6%
  2. Ralph Holmstrom – 30.3%
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