National Election Results:

In the 7th Congressional District of north central Wisconsin, Nick Reid, 26, a former press secretary for U.S. Rep. Jim Ryun, R-Kan., won the September 12 primary but has not won the November election. Reid is an active member, along with his wife, Beth, and daughters, Susan and Lucy, of Red Cedar Community Wesleyan Church, Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Nick and Beth also previously served as lay ministers in The Wesleyan Church for youth, young adult, and contemporary ministries. Nick and his wife Beth are 2002 Alumni of Indiana Wesleyan University.

Local Election Results:

Grant County, Indiana Council District 3 candidate Tim Rush ’03 has won in Tuesday’s election with a slight lead over his opponent. Recounting ballots will occur. Tim is a 20 year resident of Grant County. Tim now works for Indiana Wesleyan University. For more information visit: http://www.timrush.com/

Timothy W. Harris ‘88 has won a narrow election (election is pending recount) for the State Representative District 31. Tim ran as an incumbent. He leads his own business, Harris International. Harris is a graduate of Marion High School and has a B.S. Degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. For more information visit: http://www.harrisforindiana.com/

Jeremy Diller ’04 has won County Commissioner District 3. Harris is an Eastbrook High School graduate also received a Bachelor’s Degree from Wheaton College. He did his Master’s at Indiana Wesleyan University. For more information visit: http://www.dillerforcommissioner.com/

James D. Luttrull, Jr ’78 has won the election as Prosecuting Attorney, 48th Circuit (Grant County). He has a 25 year career as deputy chief, chief deputy and prosecuting attorney. His extensive community service includes St. Martin de Porres Community Center, North Central Indiana Youth for Christ, Grace House, and First Light – Grant County’s Advocacy Center. He is a graduate of Marion High School, Indiana Wesleyan University and Indiana University School of Law.

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