2012 Election Results

UPDATED 6:45 PM 11/16/12 – COOS COUNTY Unofficial Results




UPDATE ON COOS COUNTY COMMISSIONER RACE: The Coos County Elections office in Coquille has sent out the Unofficial Final Results and the race between Fred Messerle and Bob Main for Coos County Commissioner Position #1 is still just a few votes apart with Bob Main taking a small lead over Fred Messerle 12,663 to 12,651. Because of the small difference in votes, Coos County Clerk Terri Turi says an automatic re-count will take place on Tuesday November 27th at the Coquille Courthouse.

OREGON UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

PRESIDENT

Barack Obama / Joe Biden (Democrat) 765,935 53.24%
Jill Stein / Cheri Honkala (Pacific Green) 14,115 0.98%
Ross C (Rocky) Anderson / Luis J Rodriguez (Progressive) 2,502 0.17%
Gary Johnson / James P Gray (Libertarian) 17,579 1.22%
Mitt Romney / Paul Ryan (Republican) 626,317 43.54%
Will Christensen / Kenneth L Gibbs (Constitution) 3,436 0.24%
Write-in Votes 8,657 0.60%

REPRESENTATIVE 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Peter A DeFazio (Democrat) 186,235 58.55%
Chuck Huntting (Libertarian) 5,338 1.68%
Art Robinson (Republican) 126,119 39.65%
Write-in Votes 383 0.12%

SECRETARY OF STATE

Seth Woolley (Pacific Green) 31,796 2.33%
Robert Wolfe (Progressive) 16,583 1.22%
Bruce Alexander Knight (Libertarian) 18,277 1.34%
Kate Brown (Democrat) 691,345 50.72%
Knute Buehler (Republican) 603,541 44.27%
Write-in Votes 1,643 0.12%

STATE TREASURER

Ted Wheeler (Democrat) 763,461 58.37%
Cameron Whitten (Progressive) 28,263 2.16%
John F Mahler (Libertarian) 22,963 1.76%
Michael Paul Marsh (Constitution) 11,934 0.91%
Tom Cox (Republican) 479,899 36.69%
Write-in Votes 1,339 0.10%

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Chris Henry (Progressive) 21,035 1.59%
James L Buchal (Republican) 533,575 40.29%
James E Leuenberger (Constitution) 34,749 2.62%
Ellen Rosenblum (Democrat) 733,238 55.36%
Write-in Votes 1,859 0.14%

STATE SENATOR DISTRICT #1

Jeff Kruse (Republican) 39,735 71.38%
Eldon Rollins (Democrat) 15,812 28.41%
Write-in Votes 119 0.21%

STATE SENATOR 5TH DISTRICT

Scott Roberts (Republican) 22,669 44.53%
Arnie Roblan (Democrat) 28,160 55.32%
Write-in Votes 78 0.15%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 1ST DISTRICT

Jim Klahr (Democrat) 9,762 31.45%
Wayne Krieger (Republican) 21,207 68.32%
Write-in Votes 73 0.24%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 9TH DISTRICT

Caddy McKeown (Democrat) 13,963 54.68%
Nancy Brouhard (Republican) 10,877 42.59%
Guy Rosinbaum (Libertarian) 668 2.62%
Write-in Votes 29 0.11%

COMMISSIONER BOLI

Bruce Starr 500,123 47.47%
Brad Avakian 547,247 51.94%
Write-in Votes 6,208 0.59%

State Ballot Measure No. 77

Amends Constitution: Governor may declare “catastrophic disaster” (defined); requires legislative session; authorizes suspending specified constitutional spending restrictions

Yes Votes 760,011 58.00%
No Votes 550,317 42.00%

State Ballot Measure No. 78

Amends Constitution: Changes constitutional language describing governmental system of separation of powers; makes grammatical and spelling changes

Yes Votes 935,828 71.76%
No Votes 368,275 28.24%

State Ballot Measure No. 79

Amends Constitution: Prohibits real estate transfer taxes, fees, other assessments, except those operative on December 31, 2009

Yes Votes 790,479 59.37%
No Votes 540,963 40.63%

State Ballot Measure No. 80

Allows personal marijuana, hemp cultivation/use without license; commission to regulate commercial marijuana cultivation/sale

Yes Votes 623,743 45.01%
No Votes 761,992 54.99%

State Ballot Measure No. 81

Prohibits commercial non-tribal fishing with gillnets in Oregon “inland waters,” allows use of seine nets

Yes Votes 446,150 33.85%
No Votes 871,684 66.15%

State Ballot Measure No. 82

Amends Constitution: Authorizes establishment of privately-owned casinos; mandates percentage of revenues payable to dedicated state fund

Yes Votes 389,763 28.42%
No Votes 981,849 71.58%

State Ballot Measure No. 83

Authorizes privately-owned Wood Village casino; mandates percentage of revenues payable to dedicated state fund

Yes Votes 400,800 29.29%
No Votes 967,723 70.71%

State Ballot Measure No. 84

Phases out existing inheritance taxes on large estates, and all taxes on intra-family property transfers

Yes Votes 627,980 46.31%
No Votes 727,993 53.69%

State Ballot Measure No. 85

Amends Constitution: Allocates corporate income/excise tax “kicker” refund to additionally fund K through 12 public education

Yes Votes 792,619 58.86%
No Votes 553,970 41.14%

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