Baker, Shannon Advance in Judge Primary
City Times Staff
Baker and Shannon advance in the judge primary. Trish Baker wins with 2,700 votes; Robert Shannon earns 2,571 votes and David Knaapen garners 2,218 votes.
Jared Redfield brings in 689 votes.
After 39 precincts have reported in, results give Trish Baker a slight lead over Robert Shannon, 2,585 to 2,434.
David Knaapen remains in third place with 2,090 votes, while Jared Redfield has 670 votes.
With 31 precincts reporting, Trish Baker has regained a lead for circuit court judge. Baker leads with 1,882 votes; Shannon takes second with 1,840 votes; Knaapen remains in third place with 1,502 and Redfield remains in last place with 509 votes.
With 27 precincts reporting, Shannon’s lead continued with 1,623 votes. Baker trails with 1,544 votes, and Knaapen continues his stance in third place with 1,300 votes.
Redfield has 446 votes.
With 19 precincts reporting, Shannon continues to lead with 1,266 votes, followed by Baker with 1,101 votes and David Knaapen with 1,000 votes.
Jared Redfield remains in fourth place with 325 votes.
Candidates Trish Baker and Robert Shannon are leading the pack for circuit court judge.
Early results show Shannon leading the pack with 600 votes, and Baker with a close lead of 594 votes.
Candidate David Knaapen is in third place with 505 votes, and Jared Redfield trails with 164 votes.