Incumbents win in Adams County Board primaries

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QUINCY – Three incumbent Republican members of the Adams County Board who had contested races in Tuesday’s primary each came away with wins.

In County Board District 2, incumbent Mark Sorenson defeated Douglas Kendrick 281-167.

In District 3, incumbent Dave Bellis held off a challenge by James Fisher 425-377.

In District 7, incumbent Brent Fischer defeated David Arns 569-403.

Other incumbent County Board members ran unopposed in Tuesday night’s primary.

The board’s lone Democrat, Todd Duesterhaus will face a Republican challenge in Tim Siemer in November. Siemer lost a close race for the Quincy City Council to Ben Uzelac in the city’s 7th Ward in 2023.

Republican County Board incumbents Robert Reich (District 5) and David McCleary (District 6) both won on Tuesday and currently face no Democratic opposition in the fall.

Republican Jeremy Farlow won his uncontested race in District 4 and also has no Democratic opponent at this time.

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