Nebraskans are deciding who will advance to November’s general election.

This page will be updated throughout the night to reflect the latest unofficial results from the primary election. Some of the major races in the area include Hastings mayor, four legislative spots, a 1.5% sales tax in Kenesaw and local city council and school board positions.

Last Updated: 12:36 a.m.

State Legislature Races

District 33 (Adams, Kearney, part of Phelps)

Dan Lonowski         3,466   39.95%

Michelle R. Smith    2,505     28.87%

Paul C. Hamelink    1,591    18.33%

Joshua Frederick    1,116    12.86%

District 35 (Grand Island)

Dan Quick       1,659   51.3%

Ray Aguilar      1,575  48.7%

District 37 (Kearney, Gibbon, Shelton)

Stanley Clouse      3,754   57.77%

Lana Peister           2,119   32.61%

Nathan Leach        625    9.62%

District 41 (rural Buffalo, rural Hall, Sherman, Howard, Valley, Greeley, Boone, Wheeler)

Dan McKeon          3,030    46.84%

Ethan Clark              2,376     36.73%

Nadine Diane Bane      1,063     16.43%

Adams County

President - Republican

Donald J. Trump  3,788     81.17%

Nikki Haley   710    15.21%

Perry Johnson  115    2.46%

President - Democrat

Joseph R. Biden Jr.      1,186     80.85%

Dean Phillips                   208     14.18%

U.S. Senate - Republican

Deb Fischer   3,482     73.18%

Arron Kowalski    1,258    26.44%

U.S. Senate - Republican

Pete Ricketts    3,791     79.21%

John Glen Weaver     682   14.25%

Mac Stevens    296    6.18%

U.S. Senate - Democrat

Preston Love. Jr.    1,221    98.23%

U.S. Congress - Republican

Adrian Smith   3,111  65.27%

John Walz     1,323       27.76%

Robert McCuiston  314    6.59%

U.S. Congress - Democrat

Daniel Ebers    549    46.41%

David J. Else    615     52%

Board of Commissioners District 2 (one advances)

John Rostvet               606    60.36%

Marvin L. Clements    227     22.61%

Hannah Miller               170     16.93%

Board of Commissioners District 4

Harold Johnson       390     52.49%

Tom M. Musgrave    349     46.97%

Board of Commissioners District 6

Chuck Neumann        195      50.26%

Mike Tharp                 192     49.48%

Kenesaw School Board

Marlin Kimle        216      20.57%

Shandra Uden       189       18%

Nathan Haahr      181     17.24%

Kay Sidders          178      16.95%

Daniel Leonard        95       9.05%

Brett Kleier           89        8.48%

Brandy McIntosh    57       5.43%

Sarah Shurigar       43        4.1%

Hastings Mayor

Jay Beckby                   1,389    26.16%

Jacque Cranson          1,373     25.86%

Bill Hitesman             1,251      23.56%

Shawn D. Hartmann     1,011     19.04%

Rodney L. Holling         276     5.2%

Hastings City Council Ward 1

Michael D. Anderson    466    56.62%

Raquel Maar                 206   25.03%

Brandon Barwick           149    18.10%

Hastings City Council Ward 2

Larry Consbruck    874    55.88%

Butch Eley              385      24.62%

Katie Schroder       302     19.31%

Hastings City Council Ward 3

Maggie Esch      603   39.54%

Jody Stutzman     561    36.79%

Katherine O’Callaghan   356    23.34%

Establish and Conduct Permitted Lottery

Yes   3,801    58.31%

No    2,718    41.69%

Village of Kenesaw 1.5% Sales Tax

Yes  152    59.14%

No    105    40.86%

Buffalo County

President - Republican

Donald J. Trump   5,082

Nikki Haley        981

Perry Johnson     121

President - Democrat

Joseph R. Biden Jr.     1,213

Dean Phillips                187

U.S. Senate - Republican

Deb Fischer.     4,936

Arron Kowalski   1,296

U.S. Senate - Republican

Pete Ricketts          4,862

John Glen Weaver    1,150

Mac Stevens            258

U.S. Senate - Democrat

Preston Love. Jr.      1,157

U.S. Congress - Republican

Adrian Smith         4,549

John Walz              1,354

Robert McCuiston    339

U.S. Congress - Democrat

Daniel Ebers          531

David J. Else           583

Kearney School Board (six advance)

Amy Barth         3,402

Amanda Smallcomb   2,729

Niki Deeds         2,689

Chad Gillespie   2,425

Steve Gaasch    1,706

Casey Schilke      1,202

Will Kirkland     789

Charles K. Kreis    647

Jason Peck       583

Kearney City Council (six advance)

Jonathan Nikkila      3,493

Alex Straatmann       3,411

Shawna Meyer       1,840

Kurt Schmidt            1,654

Bryce Nelson             674

Jamie Bernu             662

Eric Mortimore          255

Eric Davis                  142

Gibbon Mayor (top two advance)

Leon Stall    141

Matthew Branch    117 

Jeffrey Burmood    42

Shelton Swimming Pool Bonds

Yes        167

No         86

Hall County

President - Republican

Donald J. Trump  3,854

Nikki Haley   836

Perry Johnson   107

President - Democrat

Joseph R. Biden Jr.    1,415

Dean Phillips          283

U.S. Senate - Republican

Deb Fischer  3,863

Arron Kowalski    1,221

U.S. Senate - Republican

Pete Ricketts    4,006

John Glen Weaver   762

Mac Stevens     285

U.S. Senate - Democrat

Preston Love. Jr.     1,398

U.S. Congress - Republican

Adrian Smith  3,639

John Walz     1,005

Robert McCuiston  418

U.S. Congress - Democrat

Daniel Ebers    765

David J. Else    683

Hall County Public Defender

Vicky A. Kenney      2,558

Ian Osborn     1,417