Elections Information

2018 West Fargo Election Results

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Mayor - West Fargo - Non-Partisan - Vote For 1
StatusCandidateVotesPercent
ElectedBernie Dardis2,07057.06%

Rich Mattern1,55342.81%

Write-in50.14%


3,628


Commissioner - West Fargo - Non-Partisan - Vote for 2
StatusCandidateVotesPercent
ElectedEric Gjerdevig2,14938.07%
ElectedBrad Olson1,97534.99%

Duane Hanson1,51326.80%

Write-in80.14%


5,645


Municipal Judge - West Fargo - Non-Partisan - Vote For 1
StatusCandidateVotesPercent
ElectedMichelle Donarski2,90699.76%

Write-in70.24%


2,913


Park Board Member - West Fargo Park - Non-Partisan - Vote for 3
Possible Demand Recount
StatusCandidateVotesPercent

Chris Heise2,42029.42%

Jake Lauritsen1,95523.77%

Jeff McCracken1,92723.43%

Ken Zetocha1,90423.15%

Write-in190.23%


8,225


School Board Member - West Fargo School District #6 - Non-Partisan - Vote for 4
Possible Demand Recount
StatusCandidateVotesPercent

Jim Jonas1,99112.58%

Jessica A. Heilman1,75211.07%

Kara Gravely-Stack1,64710.40%

Jon L. Erickson1,1917.52%

Summer Kristianson1,1677.37%

Jeff Shirley1,1627.34%

Shauna Vistad1,0376.55%

Allan J. Skramstad9846.22%

Matour Dot Alier9546.03%

Shelley Treib9345.90%

Barry D. Miller8245.21%

Ben Haney7404.67%

Russel Novacek7184.54%

Aaron Mitchell7004.42%

Write-in70.18%


15,830

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