Carr, Jr. easily retains Wadena County Sheriff spot over challenger Scott
Other winners were uneventful as there were no other challengers for the seats.
WADENA — The Wadena County Sheriff race had longtime sheriff Mike Carr, Jr., up against longtime police officer Milo Scott.
In the end Carr, Jr. came away the clear winner with 72.7% of the votes.
Carr has been Wadena County Sheriff for 15 years and has a 28-year history in law enforcement.
Scott has served as a police officer for the last 18 years for the Wadena Police Department.
The remaining Wadena County elected positions are all to be filled with candidates who ran unopposed.
Here's how votes tallied on election night for those other seats:
Wadena County Auditor-Treasurer
Heather Olson (incumbent): 4,853 votes
Wadena County Recorder
Tracy Myers Borchert: 4,678 votes
Myers Borchert fills the seat left open by outgoing recorder Soledad Henriksen.
Wadena County Attorney
Kyra L. Ladd (incumbent): 4,600 votes
Soil and Water Supervisor District 1
Kenneth Berg (incumbent): 4,728 votes
Soil and Water Supervisor District 2
Brett Dailey (incumbent): 4,771 votes
Soil and Water Supervisor District 3:
There were 282 write-ins recorded for this seat with no one filing for the office. The top vote getter is yet unknown.