An Orchard woman appears to have lost her bid for Public Service Commission while two Antelope County men unofficially won seats as commissioners.
As of 10:30 pm on election night, Rod Johnson maintained the majority vote for the District 4 office of Public Service Commissioner.
In the unofficial results, Johnson claimed 65.46 percent of the recorded votes followed by Tammy Cheatum of Orchard at 21.40 percent and Dakota Delka at 13.13 percent.
With 16 years of experience under his belt, Charlie Henery had the most votes in the candidacy for District 4 County Commissioner. After the polls closed that the unofficial results were tallied, Henery took the lead followed by Joan Wright, Sandy Knapp and Jesse Werkmeister, respectively.
“I really appreciate everyone that voted for me. I really want to continue doing the job that I have always done and doing what is right for our county.” Henery said he was seeking reelection to continue to help serve the public to run the county in the best manner possible.”
“I am really looking forward to helping people in Antelope County to have a voice and do what is right.”
In the unofficial results, Eli Jacob took the majority over Steve Rix in the District 2 election.
While Jacob will be a new addition to the Antelope County Commissioners, he is has eight years of experience working with the county.