Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Scott Dianda wins Primary, will face Matt Huuki for 110th District State Representative in November

CALUMET ­ -- State House candidate Scott Dianda today said, "Thank you to all of the voters in the 110th District for coming out to vote and support my candidacy to bring a real voice to and on behalf of the people of the 110th House District.

"There are many very important issues impacting this district and our current state representative is not representing the people on these critical issues like taxation of senior citizen pensions, cuts to education, and loss of local control of government. It is time the 110th had a strong voice for its citizens, not big business and big oil companies."

Dianda will move on to the general election on Nov. 6, 2012, where he will face off against incumbent Matt Huuki, R-Atlantic Mine.

Unofficial Primary ballot results indicate Dianda's lead over Huuki was greatest in Iron, Ontonagon and Marquette counties. Huuki had more votes than Dianda in Houghton County and slightly more in Keweenaw County. Democrat William Lucius had the most votes of the three in Gogebic County, according to these unofficial results.

Click here for the unofficial numbers of votes for the 110th District House seat.

Click here to find more unofficial 2012 Michigan Primary Election results.

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