2018 Primary Election: Kenosha County Sheriff results

The race for Kenosha County sheriff  Nov. 6 looks like it will be a rematch of 2014, with a twist.

In 2014, incumbent David Beth and Deputy David Zoerner faced off in the Republican primary, which Beth won 6,972 to 2,912. With no Democrat filing, that was in effect the election that year.

This year, Zoerner ran as a Democrat and faced an opponent, Andy Berg. With 121 of 122 precincts reporting unofficial and perhaps incomplete results at 8:30 p.m., Zoerner was leading 6,866 to 4,422.

Sheriff was the only county wide office with a contested primary.

UPDATE 9:39 p.m. — Latest results still from 121 of 122 polls reporting say: Zoerner 7,361 to Berg 4,830.

UPDATE 10:16 p.m. — Latest results from 122 of 122 polls (Unofficial and still may be incomplete) Zoerner 7,667 to Berg 4,988.

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