Election day came and went in Boone County, with little surprises in the unofficial results.
As of press time, the national presidential race was too close to call, but in Boone County Trump won by a 79.14 percent compared to 14.25 percent for Clinton.
Boone County voted to reinstate the death penalty with 33.07 percent retain and 66.63 to repeal.
Although the presidential candidate won by a landslide, the race for District #2 County Commissioner is still up in the air.
In May, Tom Fick won the primaries for County Commissioner by just two votes.
On Election Day, it was no different. Tom Fick had 49.2 percent and the write in votes accounted for 50.8 percent.
The write in candidates won't be official until the canvasing board meets on Thursday. It is still unsure if the write in votes are for one candidate, or multiple. In different cases, it isn't uncommon for a write in option to be filled in, but no name put with that option.
Results will not be finalized until the canvasing board had met, and last year they met twice before the official results were released.
The Boone Central School Board had three spots open. Filling those spots was Darren S. Wright with 30.51 percent, Justin Frey with 35.62 percent, and Edmond D. Knott with 32.8 percent.
St. Edward School Board also had three spots open with David Roberts taking 42.42 percent, David Merrell taking 34.63, and a write in with 22.95 percent.
All of the votes for the Elgin School Board two year term went to Lisa Welding. The four year term candidates were Stanley Heithoff with 21.82 percent, Steve Busteed with 32.73 percent, Michael Braband with 15.76, and Douglas Jones with 29.70 percent.
Newman Grove School Board filled the three open spots with Thomas Haase at 32.2 percent, Scott Lyon at 33.05 percent, and Ryan Chilson at 33.9 percent.
Marcus Johnson won the seat on the Albion City Council by a landslide 93.83 percent.
The two spot on the Petersburg Village Board were filled by siblings. Mitchell Koch had 49.71 percent and Ashley Thieman had 44.22 percent.