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OFFICIAL RESULTS

All Races by County
General Election — November 6, 2012

County results of all races by office and district.   Reload or refresh the page to display the latest results.
Results as of: 12/17/2012 2:20:28 PM
KIOWA
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
BARACK OBAMA (DEM) 36 122 948 1,106 32.3%
MITT ROMNEY (REP) 96 250 1,970 2,316 67.7%
Total 132 372 2,918 3,422
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
FOR UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 03
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
TIMOTHY RAY MURRAY (DEM) 29 73 601 703 20.6%
FRANK D. LUCAS (REP) 97 293 2,234 2,624 76.9%
WILLIAM M. SANDERS (IND) 6 5 75 86 2.5%
Total 132 371 2,910 3,413
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 56
5 of 5 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
DAVID L PERRYMAN (DEM) 16 23 428 467 55.2%
CHUCK UTSLER (REP) 14 23 342 379 44.8%
Total 30 46 770 846
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
RUSS TATE (DEM) 64 198 1,417 1,679 49.1%
BILL LANCASTER (REP) 67 172 1,500 1,739 50.9%
Total 131 370 2,917 3,418
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2
5 of 5 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
DEE MAX CORBIN (DEM) 33 85 471 589 49.5%
STAN FUNKHOUSER (REP) 23 97 481 601 50.5%
Total 56 182 952 1,190
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
SUPREME COURT - NOMA D. GURICH
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 76 234 1,833 2,143 69.0%
NO 34 97 834 965 31.0%
Total 110 331 2,667 3,108
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
SUPREME COURT - YVONNE KAUGER
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 74 234 1,797 2,105 68.1%
NO 36 96 853 985 31.9%
Total 110 330 2,650 3,090
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
SUPREME COURT - JAMES E. EDMONDSON
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 77 242 1,841 2,160 70.0%
NO 32 86 807 925 30.0%
Total 109 328 2,648 3,085
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
SUPREME COURT - DOUGLAS L. COMBS
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 72 240 1,797 2,109 68.5%
NO 38 88 843 969 31.5%
Total 110 328 2,640 3,078
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS - CLANCY SMITH
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 71 229 1,787 2,087 68.1%
NO 38 98 841 977 31.9%
Total 109 327 2,628 3,064
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS - ARLENE JOHNSON
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 74 245 1,808 2,127 69.1%
NO 36 85 832 953 30.9%
Total 110 330 2,640 3,080
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS - DAVID B. LEWIS
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 70 242 1,770 2,082 67.9%
NO 37 85 861 983 32.1%
Total 107 327 2,631 3,065
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS - P. THOMAS THORNBRUGH
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 72 242 1,796 2,110 69.0%
NO 37 85 824 946 31.0%
Total 109 327 2,620 3,056
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS - WILLIAM C. HETHERINGTON, JR.
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 72 243 1,763 2,078 68.2%
NO 38 85 845 968 31.8%
Total 110 328 2,608 3,046
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS - KENNETH L. BUETTNER
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 70 234 1,778 2,082 68.4%
NO 39 93 829 961 31.6%
Total 109 327 2,607 3,043
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS - ROBERT BOBBY BELL
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 70 234 1,758 2,062 67.9%
NO 40 92 844 976 32.1%
Total 110 326 2,602 3,038
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS - E. BAY MITCHELL, III
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
YES 73 234 1,785 2,092 68.5%
NO 37 93 833 963 31.5%
Total 110 327 2,618 3,055
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 758 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 358
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 72 216 1,840 2,128 65.7%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 45 137 927 1,109 34.3%
Total 117 353 2,767 3,237
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 759 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 359
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 71 209 1,601 1,881 58.5%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 44 142 1,149 1,335 41.5%
Total 115 351 2,750 3,216
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 762 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 360
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 54 189 1,548 1,791 55.8%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 62 161 1,197 1,420 44.2%
Total 116 350 2,745 3,211
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 764 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 361
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 70 220 1,646 1,936 60.6%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 46 130 1,083 1,259 39.4%
Total 116 350 2,729 3,195
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 765 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 362
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 66 203 1,604 1,873 58.5%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 48 151 1,131 1,330 41.5%
Total 114 354 2,735 3,203
FEDERAL, STATE AND COUNTY
STATE QUESTION NO. 766 LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM NO. 363
14 of 14 Precincts Completely Reporting
ABSENTEE
MAIL
EARLY
VOTING
ELECTION
DAY

TOTAL
FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES 65 209 1,776 2,050 63.1%
AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO 51 145 1,003 1,199 36.9%
Total 116 354 2,779 3,249
Results as of: 12/17/2012 2:20:28 PM
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