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Brown wins race for Alexander County, IL sheriff

Alexander County residents will choose their new sheriff on March 20. (Source: KFVS) Alexander County residents will choose their new sheriff on March 20. (Source: KFVS)
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ALEXANDER COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

Timothy Brown won the race for Alexander County, Illinois sheriff.

The final results were:

Timothy Brown - 1,090 - 74%
David Willis - 391 - 26%

You can click here to check results.

Due to this position being uncontested by another party, this primary election decided the office for Nov. 6.

Tim Brown (D) was seeking re-election to the office and was opposed by challenger Davis Willis (D).

You can click here to check out the Illinois Primary Voting Guide for the Heartland races and click here to see the overall voting guide for the Illinois Primary.

Look at the sample ballots by county here.

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