Election results from today's primary are posted as received from the Cooper County Clerk's Office.

At approximately 8:25 p.m., Cooper County Clerk, Darryl Kempf, announced Tuesday's primary election results.

The Daily News will bring readers a full write-up of today's events and their outcome later in the week.

For now, we list election results, as they were provided to us by the Clerk's Office.

The results are as follows for contested races:

For the Office of Western District Commissioner, David Booker has defeated incumbent, Ernie Walther. Booker received 843 votes to Walther's 754.

For the Office of Eastern District Commissioner, Paul Davis, who currently holds the seat, defeated his challenger, David Stock. Davis earned 573 votes to Stock's 510.

For the Office of Coroner, amazingly, both candidates received the same number of votes. Kevin Swartz, and Coroner, James Hurt, both received a 50-50 split-total of 1,320 votes apiece.

According to CoCo Clerk, Darryl Kempf, laws allow for a "draw by lot" decision, providing both candidates agree. If either Swartz or Hurt do not agree with that option, a special election will be held prior to November's regularly scheduled voting. Stay tuned, Cooper County!