Kansas House Primary Election Results 2018 | KCUR

Kansas House Primary Election Results 2018

Aug 8, 2018

Tuesday's primary will nominate candidates for the Nov. 6 general election. The results below are for those Kansas City-area Kansas House races where candidates faced primary opponents. There is no election for Kansas Senate seats this year.

These results are unofficial. Keep checking throughout the evening and Wednesday morning for updates. For full results, see the Kansas Secretary of State's website.

Kansas House District 8 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Chris Croft — 1,981
Patty Markley — 1,441

Kansas House District 14 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 21 of 21
Charlotte Esau — 1,442
Tom Stanion — 1,128
Aaron Young — 594

Kansas House District 17 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Tom Cox — 2,550
Jim Eschrich — 832

Kansas House District 18 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Cathy Gordon — 992
Eric Jenkins — 1,837

Kansas House District 18 — Democratic
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Andrew "Andy" Hurla — 406
Cindy Neighbor — 1,795

Kansas House District 22 — Democratic
Precincts reporting: 16 of 16
Michael Coleman III — 218
Nancy Lusk — 1,749

Kansas House District 27 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 25 of 25
Karen Snyder — 1,001
Rochelle Bird — 1,232
Sean E. Tarwater Sr. — 1,871

Kansas House District 28 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 14 of 14
Joy Koesten — 1,522
Kellie Warren — 2,138

Kansas House District 29 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 17 of 17
Peggy Galvin — 1,251
James Todd — 1,605

Kansas House District 30 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Wendy Bingesser — 1,349
Colleen Webster — 1,171

Kansas House District 30 — Democratic
Precincts reporting: 18 of 18
Matthew Calcara — 650
Brandon Woodard — 1,275

Kansas House District 39 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 14 of 14
Kristy Acree — 1,282
Owen Donohue — 1,485

Kansas House District 49 — Republican
Precincts reporting: 12 of 12
Fsehazion Desalegn — 213
Megan Lynn — 1,694