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2014 Primary Election Results

IOWA (CBS 2/FOX 28) -- The ballots are in across Iowa in the 20-14 primary elections. Both Democrats and Republicans have now trimmed down the field in several races.

Five Republicans were vying for a spot to take on Democratic Candidate Bruce Braley in the race for U-S Senator with Joni Ernst coming out the winner.

Joni Ernst - 56.1%
Mark Jacobs - 16.8%
Sam Clovis - 18.0%
Matt Whitaker - 7.5%
Scott Schaben - 1.4%

In the race for 1st District Representative, 3 Republicans and 5 Democrats looked to take over Congressman Braley's seat. Pat Murphy was the winner of this race.

Pat Murphy - 36.7%
Monica Vernon - 23.6%
Swati Dandekar - 18.3%
Anesa Kajtazovic - 14.7%
Dave O'Brien - 6.7%


The Republican Side:
Rod Blum has won the Republican nomination for Iowa's 1st Congressional District.

Rod Blum - 54.9%
Steve Rathje - 37.1%
Gail E. Boliver - 7.8%


In the Race for District 2 Representative from the Republican Party:
Mariannette Miller-Meeks was the winner.

Mariannette Miller-Meeks - 49.4%
Mark S. Lofgren - 38.2%
Matthew C. Waldren - 12.3%

In the race for District 3 Representative from the Republican Party:
None of the candidates came away with 35% of the vote, meaning the race will be decided at a Nominating Convention on June 14.

Brad Zaun - 24.6%
Robert Cramer - 21.2%
Matt Schultz - 20.1%
Monte Shaw - 16.9%
David Young - 15.6%
Joe Grandanette - 1.6%

And Governor Terry Branstad will indeed vie for a record sixth term in office.

Terry E. Branstad - 83.0%
Tom Hoefling - 16.8%
 
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