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Below are the results from the contested Republican races in the Iowa Primary held on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.

(i) = incumbent

U.S. Senate

  1. Chuck Grassley (i)

Iowa 1st Congressional District

  1. Rod Blum (i)

Iowa 2nd Congressional District

  1. Christopher Peters

Iowa 3rd Congressional District

  1. David Young (i) – 85% (17,852)
  2. Joe Granadette – 15% (3,134)

Iowa 4th Congressional District

  1. Steve King (i) – 65% (28,858)
  2. Rick Bertrand – 35% (15,714)

Iowa Senate Races:

Senate District 2 

  1. Randy Feenstra (i)

Senate District 4 

  1. Dennis Guth (i)

Senate District 6

  1. Mark Segebart (i)

Senate District 8

  1. Dan Dawson – 58% (950)
  2. Al Ringgenberg – 36% (582)
  3. Mark Hansen – 6% (105)

Senate District 10

  1. Jake Chapman (i)

Senate District 12

  1. Mark Costello (i)

Senate District 14

  1. Amy Sinclair (i)

Senate District 20

  1. Brad Zaun (i)

Senate District 22

  1. Charles Schneider (i)

Senate District 24

  1. Jerry Behn (i)

Senate District 26

  1. Waylon Brown

Senate District 28

  1. Michael Breitbach (i)

Senate District 30

  1. Bonnie Sadler

Senate District 32 

  1. Craig Johnson

Senate District 34

  1. Rene Gadelha

Senate District 36

  1. Jeff Edler

Senate District 38

  1. Tim Kapucian (i)

Senate District 40

  1. Ken Rozenboom (i)

Senate District 42

  1. Danny Graber – 63% (829)
  2. Ralph Holmstrom – 37%

Senate District 44

  1. Thomas Greene

Senate District 46

  1. Mark Lofgren

Senate District 48

  1. Dan Zumbach (i)

Senate District 50

  1. John Hulsizer

Iowa House Races:

House District 1

  1. John Wills (i)

House District 2

  1. Megan Jones (i)

House District 3

  1. Dan Huseman (i)

House District 4

  1. Skyler Wheeler – 45% (2,111)
  2. Ken Van Otterloo – 30% (1,415)
  3. Jeffrey VanDerWerff – 26% (1,215)

House District 5

  1. Chuck Holz (i)

House District 6

  1. Jim Carlin – 52% (1,151)
  2. Jacob Bossman – 48% (1,061)

House District 7

  1. Tedd Gassmann (i)

House District 8

  1. Terry Baxter (i)

House District 9

  1. Gary Waechter

House District 10

  1. Mike Sexton (i)

House District 11

  1. Gary Worthan (i)

House District 12

  1. Brian Best (i)

House District 13

  1. Shaun Broyhill

House District 14

  1. Robert Henderson

House District 15

  1. Bill Riley

House District 16

  1. Mary Ann Hanusa (i)

House District 17

  1. Matt Windschitl (i)

House District 18

  1. Steven Holt (i)

House District 19

  1. Ralph Watts (i)

House District 20

  1. Clel Baudler (i)

House District 21

  1. Tom Moore (i)

House District 22

  1. Greg Forristall (i) – 80% (962)
  2. Bryan Holder – 20% (237)

House District 23

  1. David Sieck (i)

House District 24

  1. Cecil Dolecheck (i)

House District 25

  1. Stan Gustafson (i) – 67% (849)
  2. Tim Mohns – 33% (414)

House District 26

  1. Rebel Snodgrass

House District 27

  1. Joel Fry (i)

House District 28

  1. Greg Heartsill (i)

House District 29

  1. Patrick Payton

House District 30

  1. Zach Nunn (i)

House District 31

  1. Matt Christofferson

House District 36

  1. Scott Miller – 53% (222)
  2. Derek Tidball – 47% (198)

House District 37

  1. John Landon (i)

House District 38

  1. Kevin Koester (i) 87% (425)
  2. Brett Nelson – 13% (72)

House District 39

  1. Jake Highfill (i) – 58% (576)
  2. Christian DenOuden – 42% (409)

House District 40

  1. Scott Reed – 75% (313)
  2. Eric South – 25% (103)

House District 42

  1. Peter Cownie (i)

House District 43

  1. Chris Hagenow (i)

House District 44

  1. Rob Taylor (i)

House District 45

  1. Sondra Childs-Smith

House District 47

  1. Chip Baltimore (i)

House District 48

  1. Rob Bacon (i)

House District 49

  1. Dave Dayoe (i)

House District 50

  1. Pat Grassley (i)

House District 51

  1. Jane Bloomingdale

House District 52

  1. Stacie Stokes

House District 53

  1. Barbara Hovland

House District 54

  1. Linda Upmeyer (i)

House District 55

  1. Michael Bergan – 60% (713)
  2. Alex Popenhangen – 40% (471)

House District 56

  1. Kristi Hager – 71% (1,223)
  2. Lowell Engle – 29% (497)

House District 57

  1. Shannon Lundgren

House District 58

  1. Andy McKean – 63% (674)
  2. Allen Ernst – 27% (291)
  3. Joshua Sundstrom – 10% (110)

House District 59

  1. Drew Speer

House District 60

  1. Walt Rogers (i)

House District 63

  1. Sandy Salmon (i)

House District 65

  1. Harry Foster

House District 67

  1. Ashley Hinson

House District 68

  1. Ken Rizer (i)

House District 70

  1. Steven Van Fleet

House District 72 

  1. Dean Fisher (i)

House District 73

  1. Bobby Kaufmann (i)

House District 75

  1. Dawn Pettengill (i)

House District 76

  1. Dave Maxwell (i)

House District 77

  1. Royce Phillips – 72% (198)
  2. Paula Dreeszen – 28% (76)

House District 78

  1. Jared Klein (i) – 67% (1,939)
  2. Marcus Fedler – 33% (955)

House District 79

  1. Guy Vander Linden (i)

House District 80

  1. Larry Sheets (i)

House District 84

  1. David Heaton (i)

House District 88

  1. Tom Sands (i)

House District 91

  1. Gary Carlson (i)

House District 92

  1. Ross Paustian (i)

House District 93

  1. Kurt Whalen

House District 94

  1. Gary Mohr

House District 95

  1. Louis Zumbach

House District 96

  1. Lee Hein (i)

House District 97

  1. Norlin Mommsen

House District 98

  1. Jeannine Eldrenkamp

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