Voters stuck with the status quo in three big county races, giving the county sheriff, auditor, and a pair of supervisors another term.
Incumbent Republican Sheriff Dennis Conard earned just under 60 percent of the vote Tuesday. Conard received support from 50,652 voters; Democrat LaMark Junior Combs earned 34,680 votes, good for just over 40 percent of the overall vote.
In the race for Scott County Auditor, incumbent Roxanna Moritz defeated Republican challenger Andrea McGivern by more than 10,000 votes to earn another term. Moritz (48,486 votes) earned more than 56 percent of the vote, while McGivern (37,595) earned support on just under 44 percent of the ballots cast.
Republican Tom Sunderbruch and Democrat Jim Hancock each earned additional terms on the Scott County Board of Supervisors. Of the 152,959 votes cast in the race (voters could select two candidates), Sunderbruch and Hancock ultimately received 26.9 percent and 30.8 percent of the vote, respectively. Challengers James Laird, a Democrat, and Jesse Anderson, a Republican, earned 23.4 and 19.3 percent of the vote, respectively.