Foire Lessay Septembre 2012 Presidential Election

November 06, 2012 General Election

Last updated on 11/27/2012 12:10 PM

Number of Precincts502
Number of Registered Voters442,985
Total Ballots Counted349,476
Estimated Ballots Left to Count
Next Ballot Count OnFINAL
Last Tabulated11/27/2012 12:10 PM
Voter Turnout78.89%
Certification Date11/27/2012
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Statewide Engrossed Senate Joint Resolution No. 8221
Concerns implementing the Commission on State Debt recommendations regarding Washington's debt limit
MeasureVoteVote %
200,97865.16%
107,44234.84%
Total Votes308,420100%
Statewide Senate Joint Resolution No. 8223
Concerns investments by the University of Washington and Washington State University
MeasureVoteVote %
132,53341.92%
183,65358.08%
Total Votes316,186100%
Washington State Advisory Vote No. 1 (Engrossed Senate Bill 6635)
Concerns a B&O tax deduction for certain financial institutions' interest on residential loans
CandidateVoteVote %
188,58861.61%
117,48838.39%
Total Votes306,076100%
Washington State Advisory Vote No. 2 (Substitute House Bill 2590)
Concerns expiration of a tax on possession of petroleum products
CandidateVoteVote %
181,42659.91%
121,38640.09%
Total Votes302,812100%
Pierce Proposed Charter Amendment No. 40 Submitted by Pierce County Requiring a Two-Thirds Vote of the Council To Levy or Increase a New Councilmanic Tax
MeasureVoteVote %
200,37867.07%
98,37032.93%
Total Votes298,748100%
United States President/Vice President
CandidateVoteVote %
Democratic Party Nominees
186,43054.37%
Republican Party Nominees
148,46743.3%
Gary Johnson / James P. Gray
Libertarian Party Nominees
4,5841.34%
Virgil Goode / James N. Clymer
Constitution Party Nominees
1,0100.29%
Jill Stein / Cheri Honkala
1,7770.52%
Peta Lindsay / Yari Osorio
Socialism & Liberation Party Nominees
1350.04%
James Harris / Alyson Kennedy
Socialist Workers Party Nominees
1130.03%
Ross C. (Rocky) Anderson / Luis J. Rodriguez
3940.11%
Total Votes342,910100%
Congressional District 6 U.S. Representative
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
59,09763.89%
(Prefers Republican Party)
33,40236.11%
Total Votes92,499100%
Congressional District 8 U.S. Representative
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
43,18163.48%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
24,83936.52%
Total Votes68,020100%
Congressional District 9 U.S. Representative
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
6,18861.81%
(Prefers Republican Party)
3,82338.19%
Total Votes10,011100%
Congressional District 10 U.S. Representative
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
85,34555.29%
(Prefers Republican Party)
69,00944.71%
Total Votes154,354100%
Legislative District 2 State Senator
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
20,69459.22%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
14,25240.78%
Total Votes34,946100%
Legislative District 2 State Representative Pos. 1
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
20,19458.93%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
14,07641.07%
Total Votes34,270100%
Legislative District 26 State Representative Pos. 1
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
20,27659.38%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
13,87340.62%
Total Votes34,149100%
Legislative District 26 State Representative Pos. 2
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
17,84352.49%
(Prefers Republican Party)
16,15147.51%
Total Votes33,994100%
Legislative District 30 State Representative Pos. 1
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,38555.05%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,13144.95%
Total Votes2,516100%
Legislative District 30 State Representative Pos. 2
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,34351.59%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,26048.41%
Total Votes2,603100%
Legislative District 31 State Representative Pos. 1
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
25,86062.94%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
15,22537.06%
Total Votes41,085100%
Legislative District 31 State Representative Pos. 2
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Independent Dem. Party)
22,02154.04%
(Prefers Republican Party)
18,73245.96%
Total Votes40,753100%
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
196,06164.42%
(States No Party Preference)
108,26435.58%
Total Votes304,325100%
COUNTY Assessor - Treasurer
CandidateVoteVote %
171,76560.95%
110,05339.05%
Total Votes281,818100%
COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 2 County Council No. 2
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
29,67767.81%
(Prefers Republican Party)
14,08732.19%
Total Votes43,764100%
COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 3 County Council No. 3
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
24,52553.32%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
21,46846.68%
Total Votes45,993100%
COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 4 County Council No. 4
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Democratic Party)
27,22764.11%
(Prefers Republican Party)
15,23935.89%
Total Votes42,466100%
COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 6 County Council No. 6
CandidateVoteVote %
(Prefers Republican Party)
18,40752.66%
(Prefers Democratic Party)
16,54947.34%
Total Votes34,956100%
PIERCE TRANSIT Pierce Transit - Proposition No. 1 Sales and Use Tax Increase
MeasureVoteVote %
100,23949.83%
100,94350.17%
Total Votes201,182100%
CITY OF DUPONT City of DuPont - Proposition No. 1 Levy for Public Safety Buildings and City Hall and Public Safety Services
MeasureVoteVote %
1,34539.75%
2,03960.25%
Total Votes3,384100%
TOWN OF EATONVILLE Town of Eatonville - Proposition No. 1 Proposition No. 1
MeasureVoteVote %
46440.03%
69559.97%
Total Votes1,159100%
AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 408 Auburn School District No. 408 - Proposition No. 1 General Obligation Bonds - $110,000,000
*Multi-county race. Results include only Pierce County.
MeasureVoteVote %
1,83969.4%
81130.6%
Total Votes2,650100%
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 16 Fire Protection District No. 16 (Key Peninsula Fire) - Proposition No. 1 Property Tax Levy for Maintenance and Operation Expenses
MeasureVoteVote %
5,57866.02%
2,87133.98%
Total Votes8,449100%
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 23 Fire Protection District No. 23 (Towns of Ashford, Elbe & Alder) - Proposition No. 1 Authorizing New Regular Property Tax Levy Rate
MeasureVoteVote %
30650.08%
30549.92%
Total Votes611100%

State Highlights

By Ray Rivera

Mitt Romney won Utah in one of the least unexpected outcomes of this presidential election, and Senator Orrin G. Hatch, a Republican, will go on to serve his seventh term, making him the most senior Republican in the Senate.

Representative Jim Matheson, a Democrat, won by the slightest of margins in Utah’s new Fourth District, defeating Mia Love, who would have become the first black person to represent Utah in a national office and the first black female Republican in the House.

With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Mr. Matheson held a 2,646-vote lead with provisional and mail-in ballots yet to be counted. But Ms. Love, a Brooklyn-born Mormon convert of Haitian descent who catapulted herself onto the national stage with her unyielding criticism of President Obama, conceded defeat.

“It was a close race, but ultimately the voters of Utah have spoken,” The Salt Lake Tribune quoted Ms. Love as saying.

Mr. Matheson, a fellow Mormon, was a popular six-term Democrat in Utah’s Second District. But he decided to run in the Fourth District after the Republican-controlled Legislature redrew the state’s Congressional boundaries last year, diluting his support base. Polls showed him and Ms. Love, the mayor of Saratoga Springs, a small farming community 35 miles south of Salt Lake City, neck and neck late in the race as both Tea Party members and mainstream conservatives rallied behind her.

Senator Orrin G. Hatch, a Republican, was elected to a seventh term, making him the most senior Republican in the Senate.

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