Five candidates ran for two seats on the Henry County Board of Supervisors. White and Beaber will be on the ballot in November. According to Henry County Auditor Shelly Barber, the candidates must collectively have 65 percent of the vote, meaning each person needs to hit the 32.5% threshold to guarantee a spot on the general election ballot. Chad White was the only Republican to do so. The remaining four candidates will be chosen by Republican delegates in the Henry County Republican Central Committee in July.
Chad White (R) — 1,601 votes
Greg Moeller (R) — 1,066
Debra Savage (R) — 754
Blaire Barton (R) — 537
Kat Zeglen (R) — 533
David Beaber (D) — 971 votes
In Washington County 3,126 total ballots were cast, representing 20.56% of registered voters in the county. There were no contested races.
District 1: Jack Seward Jr. (R) — 330 votes
District 2: Bob Yoder (R) — 231 votes
District 4: Stan Stoops (R) — 293 votes; Lorraine Williams (D)- 295 votes
In Jefferson County was one Democrat and four Republicans vied for two seats on the Jefferson County Board of Supervisors. Drish, Adam and Sandquist will all be on the ballot in November. A total of 2,392 ballots were cast in Jefferson County.
Susie Drish (D) — 1,744
Dee Sandquist (R) — 899 votes
Nick Adam (R) — 580 votes
Amanda Beasley-Pohren (R) — 482 votes
Tim Tedrow (R) — 412 votes