Challenger Jim Purfeerst carried every precinct en route to winning the Rice County Commissioner District 1 seat.  Purfeerst was going up against long time Commissioner Jake Gillen.  Purfeerst had 4,135 total votes to Gillen's 2,310.

Gillen had been in office since 2005.  There are 11 precincts in the district.  There were 28 write-ins.

The District 5 seat is retained by Jeff Docken after turning back challenger Kim Halvorson in a race that Docken dominated.

Docken had 5,119 votes cast for him.  Halvorson received 2,306.  There were 29 write-ins.

Commissioner for District 2 Galen Malecha of Northfield was running unopposed and received 6,032 votes.  There were 65 write-ins.

None of the Rice County Soil and Water Supervisor District spots had contests with TIm Little, Richard Cook and Michael Ludwig capturing the District 1, District 2 and District 4 offices.

 

THE VOTERICE CO. COMM. D1
2020JAKEJIM
GILLENPURFEERST
BRIDGEWATER372714
CANNON CITY TWP240500
DENNISON23
DUNDAS352468
NERSTRAND41105
NFLD W2 P1583749
NFLD W4 P2227394
NFLD TWP170366
RICHLAND TWP58158
WALCOTT TWP182422
WHEELING TWP.83256
11 TOTALS23104135
THE VOTERICE CO. COMM D5
2020JEFFKIM
DOCKENHALVORSON
ERIN TWP.330156
FOREST TWP.516245
LONSDALE1394656
MORRISTOWN331139
MOTOWN TWP.29697
SHIELDSVILLE454211
WARSAW TWP.484293
WEBSTER P1355131
WEBSTER P2464130
WHEATLAND TWP.495248
10 TOTALS51192306