Here are the latest returns for the Glenn County offices contested in the Tuesday, June 7, statewide primary election:
Glenn County Sheriff-Coroner
In a real squeaker of a race, incumbent Richard Warren received 1,703 votes, while Justin Gibbs received 1,674, a difference of just 29 votes. The contest got closer as the night progressed. After the first count, Warren had 1,616 votes and Gibbs had 1,559, a difference of 57 votes. After the second count, Warren had 1,644 votes and Gibbs had 1,596, a difference of 48 votes.
Glenn County Superintendent of Schools
In a close race, Ryan Bentz received 1,789 votes, while Jim Scribner received 1,526, a difference of just 263 votes.
Glenn County Second District Supervisor
Monica Rossman, running unopposed, received 406 votes. She takes the seat held by Paul Barr, who did not run for reelection.
Glenn County Fourth District Supervisor
Jim Yoder received 531 votes, while Gary Hansen received 262, a difference of 269 votes. The winner takes the seat left by Keith Corum, who did not run for reelection.
Glenn County Assessor-Clerk-Recorder
Sendy Perez, running unopposed, received 2,776 votes.
Glenn County District Attorney
Dwayne Stewart, also running unopposed, received 2,499 votes.