Here are the Wednesday voter updates in three contested races in Skamania County — and proposals affecting emergency medical services and forming and funding a county central parks and recreation district. The winners hadn’t changed from counts made public Tuesday night.In the race for county auditor Tim Todd was leading with about 56.5 percent over Teri Wyckoff. Both favor the Republican Party.For county commissioner in District 3, Bob Anderson, favoring the Republican Party, led with 53.9 percent over Jamie Tolfree, favoring the Democratic Party.For county prosecuting attorney, Adam N. Kick, Democrat, garnered 52.8 percent, ahead of Randall C. Krog, Republican.A proposition to authorize Skamania County Public Hospital District No. 1 to levy 25 cents per $1,000 of assessed property valuation for six years looked to succeed with about 67 percent yes votes. It would support emergency medical care and services in the county and needs 60 percent approval to pass.Looking at the idea of forming the Skamania Central Parks and Recreation District, two propositions to authorize the creation, and levy 29 cents or less per $1,000 to fund it for six years, were rejected by 52.7 percent of voters and 60.9 percent of voters, respectively.