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Primaries decide some local elections, send others to November contest


Havre Daily News/Ryan Welch

Becky Toth votes in Havre High School's gym during Montana's primary elections Tuesday.

Voters decided some contested races in the area during the primary election Tuesday, including a couple of incumbents fending off challengers and upsets in others.

In Hill County, election officials finished counting the 3,576 total votes at 10:45 p.m.

In the Democratic county attorney primary, Deputy County Attorney Karen Alley came ahead of her opponent, local attorney Randy Randolph, with 1,115 votes to Randolph's 776. Alley and Randolph were both unavailable for comment this morning.

Incumbent Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson won the Democratic primary against his opponent, Dan...

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