CARSON CITY — Secretary of State Ross Miller reported that Mark Amodei took the most votes during Tuesday’s (Sept. 13) special election. Amodei received 57.93 percent of the vote and will be sworn as Nevada’s representative in Congressional District 2 following the official canvass.
The election was decided on 32 percent voter turnout district-wide.
Kate Marshall received 36 percent of the vote; Independent candidate Tim Fasano receive 1. 87 percent; and Helmuth Lehmann received 4.14 percent of the vote.
In Humboldt County, 2,239 voters participated in the Special Election; that’s 42.35 percent of the registered voters.
Of those, Amodei received 1,471 (65.82 percent); Tim Fasano received 51 (2.28 percent); Helmuth Lehmann received 133 (5.95 percent); Kate Marshall received 580 votes (25.95 percent).