Here are the results of Tuesday's primary election. The official counting is not finished but with nearly 90% of the votes counted, it is expected that all these results will hold.

In Tuesday's Primary Elections voters passed the 911 Mill Levy and the Search & Rescue Levy, both which Gallatin County officials say are badly needed. The Mill Levy passed with 54% of the vote; the Search and Rescue Levy received 63%.

Across the state, 54% of voters participated in the statewide all-mail ballot, while 48% of Gallatin County voters participated.

President (Dem)

Joe Biden - 74%

Bernie Sanders - 15%

Elizabeth Warren - 8%

President (Rep)

Donald Trump - 93%

Senate (Dem)

Steve Bullock - 95%

John Mues - 2%

Mike Knoles - 2%

Senate (Rep)

Steve Daines - 88%

John Driscoll - 6%

Daniel Larson - 6%

Senate (Green)

Wendie Fredrickson - 57%

Dennis Daneke - 29%

House Representative (Dem)

Kathleen Williams - 89%

Tom Winter - 11%

House Representative (Rep)

Matt Rosendal  - 48%
Corey Stapleton - 33%
Debra Lamm - 7%
Joe Dooling - 6%
Mark McGinley - 4%
John Evankovich - 2%

Governor (Dem)

Mike Cooney - 55%
Whitney Williams - 45%

Governor (Rep)

Greg Gianforte - 53%
Tim Fox - 27%
Al Olszewski - 19%

Secretary of State (Rep)

Christi Jacobsen - 29%
Scott Sales - 25%
Brad Johnson - 23%
Forrest Mandeville - 10%
Bowen Greenwood - 7%
Kurt Johnson - 5%

Attorney General (Dem)

Raph Graybill - 57%
Kimberly Dudik - 43%

Attorney General (Rep)

Austin Knudsen - 60%
Jon Bennion - 40%