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Decision 2012: Unofficial Election Results

Decision 2012: Unofficial Election Results
Elections

POSTED: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - 7:40pm

UPDATED: Friday, November 9, 2012 - 10:30am

Results Index

1. President

2. U.S. Senator (Texas)

3. U.S. Representative District 16 (Texas)

4. U.S. Representative District 23 (Texas)

5. Texas State Senator, District 29

6. Texas State Representative, District 78

7. Quality of Life Proposition 1 (Texas)

8. Quality of Life Proposition 2 (Texas)

9. Quality of Life Proposition 3 (Texas)

10. U.S. Senate (New Mexico)

11. New Mexico State Representative, District 31

12. New Mexico State Representative, District 36

13. New Mexico State Representative, District 37

14. New Mexico State Representative, District 38

15. District Attorney Judicial District (New Mexico)

16. Vinton Mayor

17. Bond Question C (New Mexico)

 

President

Republican Votes % Electoral College Democrat Votes % Electoral College
 
Mitt Romney 57,188,497     48%  206 Barack Obama 59,831,732         50%  303
               
               
        Precincts Reporting   100%    

 

U.S. Senate (Texas)

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Ted Cruz 4,443,133     56.62%  Paul Sadler 3,174,617     40.45% 
           
           
           
      Precincts Reporting   99.88% 

 

U.S. Representative District 16

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Barbara Carrasco 55,296    32.81%  Beto O’Rourke 100,804   65.53%  
           
      Precincts Reporting 173  100% 

 

U.S. Representative District 23

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Francisco Canseco 87,255     45.52%  Pete Gallego 96,477      50.00%  
           
      Precincts Reporting 318 100% 

 

Texas State Senator, District 29

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Dan Chavez 44,906    32.43%   Jose Rodriguez 93,555       67.56%     
           
      Precincts Reporting 217 54.38%  

 

Texas State Representative, District 78

Republican Votes   Democrat Votes %
 
Dee Margo 19,211   46.06%  Joe Moody 22,490    53.93% 
           
      Precincts Reporting 39 100%

 

Quality of Life Proposition 1

  Votes %   Votes %
 
Yes 5109256  72.21  No 36013   24.79%  %
           
      Precincts Reporting 164 100%

 

Quality of Life Proposition 2

  Votes %   Votes %
 
Yes 101657   71.66%  No 40198   28.34% 
           
      Precincts Reporting 164 100%

 

Quality of Life Proposition 3

  Votes %   Votes %
 
Yes 86327   60.49%  No 56381  39.51% 
           
      Precincts Reporting 164 100%

 

U.S. Senate (New Mexico)

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Heather A. Wilson  346,566    45%  Martin T. Heinrich 388,618    50%
           
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

New Mexico State Representative, District 31

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Brett C. Preston 3451   31.7% Joseph Cervantes 7432   68.3%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

New Mexico State Representative, District 36

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Lee S. Cotter 9066   53.9% Mary Jane Garcia 7768    46.1%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

New Mexico State Representative, District 37

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Cathey Jo Alberson 6236  47.8% William P. Soules 9247    52.2%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

New Mexico State Representative, District 38

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Neal L. Hooks 4721   33.5% Mary Kay Papen 9355   66.5%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

District Attorney Judicial District

Republican Votes % Democrat Votes %
 
Amy L. Orlando 29658   47.1% Mark D'Antonio 33375   52.9%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

Vinton Mayor

  Votes %   Votes %
 
Madeleine Praino 203 70.49% Belem Templos Zamarripa 85 29.51%
           
      Precincts Reporting 1 100%

 

Bond Question C

  Votes %   Votes %
 
Yes 22965  56.3% No 17806  43.7%
           
      Precincts Reporting   %

 

 

El Paso County Results can be found here: http://www.epcounty.com/elections/

If you can't find the election you are searching for on this page, look for it on the Texas elections site: https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/enr/results/nov06_164.htm

OR

Find it on the New Mexico elections site: http://www.sos.state.nm.us/default.aspx

Dona Ana County Results: http://www.donaanacounty.org/elections/live/

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