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Statewide elections ended with no changes

For the State House of Representatives, incumbent Republican Ben Carpenter had a resounding lead with 74 percent of the vote over challenger Paul Dale who ran nonpartisan and had 26 percent of the vote with seven percent of precincts reporting.

For US Senate, incumbent Republication Dan Sullivan had 60 percent of the vote over challenger Democrat Al Gross with 35 percent of the vote with 38 percent of precincts reporting.

For US House of Representatives, incumbent Republication Don Young had 60 percent of the vote with challenger Democrat Alyse Galvin with 40 percent of the vote with 38 percent of precincts reporting.

Both Ballot Measures appear to have failed with Ballot Measure One receiving 38 percent of votes for the measure and Ballot Measure Two receiving 45 percent of votes for the measure.

In the US Presidential election, Republican Donald Trump led the state with 60 percent of the vote over challenger Democrat Joe Biden with 36 percent of the vote with 38 percent of precincts reporting. Nationally the race was still too close to call.

Michael Paschall is the publisher of the Seward Journal and covers general news topics. He can be reached at news@sewardjournal.com.

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Michael Paschall is publisher of the Seward Journal and president of TriDelta, Incorporated Publishing, owners of the Seward Journal.