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Sheryl L. Nuxoll

A candidate for State Senator, Republican Primary, Idaho Legislative District 7 in the 2016 Idaho Primary, May 17

Party: Republican

City: Cottonwood, Idaho

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Sheryl L. Nuxoll (R) 904 51.22 %
Carl G. Crabtree (R) 861 48.78 %

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