After being appointed Bond County State’s attorney in late 2018, Dora Mann was elected Tuesday to her first four-year term.
Incumbent Democrat Mann received 56.44 percent of the vote while her opponent, Republican B. Marshall Hilmes, had 43.56 percent.
Unofficial vote totals were 4,506 for Mann and 3,478 for Hilmes.
Mann told WGEL she was pleased to make history with her victory as the first female elected State’s Attorney in Bond County. She said she appreciates the citizens of the county electing her to a position she is honored and humbled to hold.
In the race for Bond County treasurer, incumbent Republican Colleen Camp won with 4,739 votes or 59.65 percent of the total vote. Democrat Melissa Marti had 40.35 percent with 3,206 votes.
Camp was appointed to the treasurer’s position and wins a two-year unexpired term.
The Bond County Board will have a new member.
Republican Jacob Rayl defeated incumbent Democrat Eldon Young 997 to 595 in County Board District 3.
All vote totals are unofficial until the canvas, and there are still some mail-in ballots that will be received.