County Clerk, HD 40, State Auditor and State Supt. of Public Instruction

Eda Schunk Thompson was sworn in last April after Audrey Koltiska's death.  The people of Sheridan County made it official after yesterday's Primary.
Eda Schunk Thompson was sworn in last April after Audrey Koltiska's death. The people of Sheridan County made it official after yesterday's Primary.

Incumbent Mike Madden of Buffalo won the House District 40 Primary with 221 Sheridan County votes; he garnered 1,984 total votes between Sheridan and Johnson County voters in that house district.

Eda Schunk Thompson will continue as Sheridan County Clerk, receiving nearly 2,500 votes. She phoned us this morning with this statement.

And Schunk Thompson says the next four years will be busy ones, since she will run unopposed in the General Election.

GOP candidate Cindy Hill won in a landslide victory for the state office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, receiving almost 50% of the vote. There was a total of four candidates running for the position, including incumbent Dr. Jim McBride. Hill will face Mike Massie in November's General Election.

Republican Cynthia Cloud will be the next Wyoming State Auditor, receiving 51% of the vote.

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