What a relief that Tuesday’s primary election in Sedgwick County escaped the inexcusable problems of last year’s primary and general elections. Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman even had full results available 90 minutes after the polls closed, a feat surely aided by the puny 4.69 percent turnout. The timely results were a vast improvement over Nov. 6, when it took nearly four hours to get any returns and more than six hours to get final totals. The 4,000 or so voters set up a worthy April 2 general election contest in District 4 between Joshua Blick and Jeff Blubaugh and overwhelmingly endorsed able incumbents Janet Miller in District 6 and James Clendenin in District 3 over weak challengers. The poll workers, volunteers and voters who participated deserve praise for doing their civic duty amid snowy conditions.
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