Politics & Government

May 6, 2014 8:52 PM

Lincoln County Board of County Commissioners: Oakes, Beam lead GOP primary

Martin Oakes of Denver won a surprise victory in the race for a seat on the Lincoln Board of County Commissioners, winning one of two spots on the November ballot, along with former Lincoln County sheriff’s Chief Deputy Bill Beam.

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