Election Results: Huntington County

HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) — Huntington County had five races during the May 2019 primary election, including a Mayoral election.

The results for the races can be found below:

Huntington Mayoral Race

Larry Buzzard and Brooks Fetters competed for the Republican ticket.

Larry Buzzard won the primary election with 54 percent of the vote and will move on to the general election.

Larry Buzzard
1373 Votes54%
Brooks Fetters
1150 Votes46%

Huntington City Common Council Races

Huntington had primary elections for Huntington City Common Council At Large as well as for Districts 2 and 4.

Huntington City Common Council At Large

Patrick Felton, Seth Marshall, Jack Slusser and Brandon Whitesell competed for the Republican tickets.

Seth Marshall and Patrick Felton won the primary election with 33 and 27 percent of the vote respectively and will move on to the general election.

Seth Marshall
1394 Votes33%
Patrick Felton
1132 Votes27%
Jack Slusser
1066 Votes25%
Brandon Witesell
643 Votes15%

Huntington City Common Council 2nd District

Paul Pike and Paul Scalf competed for the Republican ticket.

Paul Pike won the primary election with 51 percent of the vote and will move on to the general election.

Paul Pike
166 Votes51%
Paul Scalf
166 Votes49%

 

Huntington City Common Council 4th District

Rabih Ayoub and David Funk competed for the Republican ticket.

David Funk won the primary election with 77 percent of the vote and will move on to the general election.

David Funk
395 Votes77%
Rabih Ayoub
117 Votes
 

Andrews Town Council Race

Laura Dillon, John Harshbarger, Van Jullerat and Roger Newsom competed for the Republican tickets.

Laura Dillon, Roger Newsome and John Harshbarger won the primary election with 32, 26 and 22  percent of the vote respectively and will move on to the general election.

Laura Dillon
114Votes32%
Roger Newsome
93 Votes26%
John Harshbarger
77 Votes22%
Van Jullierat
68 Votes19%
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