The Hartley Sentinel-The Everly/Royal News - Serving O'Brien & Clay Counties

By Nick Pedley
News editor 

Federal, state offices top local primary ballots

O'Brien County Sheriff race is only contested seat at local level

 

May 28, 2020

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There will be only one polling station for the June 2 primary in Clay County – at the Clay County Administration Building in Spencer – and two in O'Brien County – at the Primghar Community Building and Crossroads Pavilion in Sheldon.

Competition might be fleeting at the local level, but voters will find a few heated races speckled throughout their ballots during the June 2 primary election.

The thickest competition is lumped in contests for federal office. Regionally, four newcomers are hoping to beat nine-term incumbent Rep. Steve King, of Kiron, for the Republican Party's nomination in the Fourth District. The crowded field includes Randy Feenstra, a state senator from Hull; businessman Steve Reeder, of Spirit Lake; businessman Bret Richards, of Irwin; and former Woodbury County supervisor and Iowa House member Jeremy...



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