Voters Nominate Kovac to Run Against Hook for Western District Commissioner

Published 08/07 2012 05:13PM

Updated 08/07 2012 09:04PM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) In the race for the Western District Commissioner, only one can take the Republican nomination.

PJ Kovac will be the nominee on the ballot in November, with 68.49 percent of the vote (1, 856 votes) in Tuesday's primary election.

Robert Miller received 31.51 percent of the vote (854 votes).

Kovac will compete against incumbent Ron Hook for the position.

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