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Primary gives glimpse into Evansville, Bar Nunn mayoral, town council General Election races

(Dan Cepeda, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — The Primary Election that wrapped up on Tuesday will not winnow the fields in most of the Bar Nunn and Evansville mayoral and town council races as there were not enough candidates in most of the races to be eliminated from advancing to the General Election.

The exception to this is the Bar Nunn Town Council race. With two seats available, four out of five candidates will advance to the General Election. Candidate Bryan A. Clines was eliminated during the Primary Election, according to preliminary results from the Natrona County Clerk’s Office. Results are unofficial until certified by state and local officials.

In races where there weren’t enough candidates for the Primary Election to winnow down the field, results give some indication of what may happen in the General Election this fall.

Unofficial results in the primary elections for the Evansville and Bar Nunn races were as follows:

Evansville Town Council

With two seats available, all three candidates will advance to the General Election:

With one two-year unexpired term, the two candidates will face off in the General Election:

Evansville Town Mayor

The two mayoral candidates will face off in the General Election.

  • Chad Edwards*: 67.09%
  • Steve Krohn: 32.16%

Bar Nunn Town Council

With two seats available, four of the five candidates will advance to the General Election: Tyler Martin, Steven Clark, Kimberly S. Zahara and Tim Ficken.

  • Steven Clark*: 24.46%
  • Bryan A. Clines: 11.85%
  • Tim Ficken: 11.94%
  • Tyler Martin: 29.67%
  • Kimberly S. Zahara: 20.76%

Bar Nunn Town Mayor

There is only one candidate who filed to run for Bar Nunn Town Mayor.

  • Peter Boyer: 94.92%

Candidates advancing out of the Primary will face off in the General Election this fall. The General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Absentee voting for the General Election will begin on Sept. 23 and run through Nov. 7.

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