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Slightly more than 27 percent of eligible voters in the North Dakota ended up casting ballots in the June 9 election.

According to final results from, 158,824 people voted out of the 581,379 eligible voters.

In Bowman County, 36 percent (850) ballots were cast out of 2,321 eligible voters.

In the county race, Rick Braaten, Jerry Jeffers and Pine Abrahamson took the three spots for County Commissioners.

In the city races, Lyn James got 327 out of 340 total votes to win the election for commission president. In the race for two commissioners seats, Myron Vail got 381 votes (52.48%) and Ryan Shear finished with 340 votes (46.83%).

In the vote over publication of the City Governing Body Minutes, 376 voters (93.30 %) approved of the measure.

In the school results, Trevor Kulseth picked up 99.14 percent of the 694 votes for the school board representative for Bowman on the ballot.

In the race for two seats as the Rhame area school board representatives, it was Amy Fischer edging Andrea Bowman, with winning the spots. Fischer had 654 votes, while Bowman finished with 619 votes.

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