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General Election — November 6, 2012

Douglas County Commissioner, 2nd District

All precincts reporting / 16,032 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

Completed candidate chats
Video: Candidate forum: Douglas County commission

Douglas County Commissioner Nancy Thellman and her Republican challenger Frank Male spoke an Oct. 15 candidate forum sponsored by the local Voter Education Coalition at the Douglas County Courthouse. Each candidate was allowed a one-minute opening statement and a two-minute closing statement and were told in correspondence before the forum that candidates shouldn't raise any new issues in their closing statements to which their opponents wouldn't have a opportunity to respond. Questions for the forum were prepared in advance by VEC partners and taken from the live audience at the event. The VEC is a non-partisan organization made up of about 18 community groups that seeks to promote civil dialogue and broad participation of citizens and candidates through community forums. Watch »

Nancy Thellman retains Douglas County Commission seat
November 6, 2012
As of 10:30 p.m., unofficial results reported by the county’s election office showed Nancy Thellman winning handily over her Republican challenger Frank Male, 62 percent to 38 percent. By Peter Hancock
Statehouse Live: Big bucks from small group of donors fueling Kansas Chamber of Commerce PAC
October 29, 2012
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Kansas National Education Association are battling in legislative races. They have two distinct ways of raising money. By Scott Rothschild.
Douglas County Commission, District 2: Thellman vs. Male
October 28, 2012
Nancy Thellman and Frank Male are competing for the county commission seat from District 2, which covers portions of East Lawrence and most of eastern Douglas County, including Eudora and Baldwin City. By Peter Hancock
Douglas County Commission candidates to chat on LJWorld.com
October 12, 2012
Two candidates for the Douglas County Commission’s second district seat will participate in a live chat on LJWorld.com next week.