The official results for the 2016 general election have been posted for Cowley County after canvassing was completed Nov. 14.

While the numbers are final, none altered the initial reports of the winning candidates.

House District 80 candidate Anita Judd-Jenkins maintained her lead over Democrat Michelle Schiltz, winning with 3,335 votes to Schiltz’s 973 in Cowley County. Sumner County has yet to post its official canvassed results.

Republican Larry Alley, senator-elect for the 32nd District, won the vote in Cowley County by 1,107 votes, defeating Democrat Don Shimkus.

On the Cowley County Commission front, Commissioner Alan Groom will maintain his seat, but Gary Wilson was defeated by Bob Voegele.

Voegele, who lost to Wilson several years ago by just a few votes, won handily this year with a margin of more than 300 votes.

Republicans David Falletti, Christopher Smith and Larry Schwartz all were elected to offices that seemed secured in the August primaries, as were current County Clerk Karen Madison, County Treasurer Maci DeCoudres and Register of Deeds Toni Long.

Both Jerry Moran and Mike Pompeo won their Congressional races in landslides, taking the lead by several thousand votes in Cowley County.

Ed Trimmer once again will be the representative of the 79th House District after running unopposed this year.