The anti-incumbent fervor that swept across the state in Tuesday’s primary elections did not extend into Allen County.
Allen County Republicans had three locally contested races — for sheriff, county commission and county attorney — and current office-holders prevailed in all three.
Allen County Commissioner Tom Williams had the “easiest” night of the incumbents, garnering more than 62 percent of the vote against challenger, Ron Ballard (460 votes to 272).
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