It’s safe to say the outcome of the June 5 Republican Party primary election in Mills County will go a long way in determining who gets elected to the positions of county auditor, county sheriff and a pair of seats on the board of supervisors in the November general election. That’s because the Democratic Party will have no candidates for these offices on its primary election ballot.
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