Posted by: jamesvw | July 12, 2011

Election Results Digest – July 12, 2011

Election Digest – July 12, 2011

Results:

After a hiatus for July 5th, which falls too close to our independence day for many elections to be held (excluding the NH primary with results that I have listed below), we have quite the crazy Tuesday chock full of fun elections. From the beginning of the recall season in Wisconsin (Democratic primaries between Republicans who planted themselves in the race to delay the process) to a Congressional race in California where Democrats hope that the district’s clear blue lean results in an easy victory and not in complacency and a shocking defeat, there are plenty of headlines. But we have lots of local races too…read all about it here.

Arkansas

**RESULTS*

Hudson Hallum (D) – 51% (W)

D’James Rogers (I) -28%

John Geelan (R) – 21%

House District 54 (West Memphis) (more information)

Democrats will be trying to hold onto this seat in the north-east corner of the state when voters pick between Democrat Hudson Hallum, Republican John Geelan and independent D’James Rogers.

California

36th Congressional District (D) (More information) (RESULTS)

Janice Hahn (D) – 55% (W)

Craig Huey (R) – 45%

After Democrat Jane Harman resigned from this Los Angeles area district to take a position at Princeton University, most assumed that it would be an easy race to hold for Democrats. While interest and outside spending has not come close to the pitch it did in the recent upstate New York special election, Democrats will have to guard against voter complacency in order to hold onto the seat.

Janice Hahn is the Democratic nominee and a city councilwoman. Craig Huey is the Republican and a direct-mail executive.

Esparto Unified School District Special Tax Election (More information) (mail-only)

The school district in Yolo County are asking voters to approve a a $100-per-year parcel tax for the next five years to make up for cuts in the state budget. (More info)

San Bernardino

City Council Ward 2

John Longville v Robert Jenkins v Jerry Martin

City Council Ward 2

(One seat)

14 of 14 precincts reporting

Jerry Martin  345  23.58

Robert Jenkins  752  51.40 (w)

John Longville 366  25.02

At a recent debate things heated up a bit as the discussion turned from issues to experience.  Jenkins said that Longville has been in offices for as long as he (Jenkins) has been alive.  Longville pointed out that Jenkins has been using cards prepared by a political consultant from Sacramento to answer questions.  This has been a mail in ballot and the results should be announced on the 12th.

Longville has been a state assembly member, mayor of Rialto, and on the San Bernardino Valley College board of trustees. Jenkins has served on city Building Commission and Measure Z Oversight Committee.  Martin is a businessman.

Oklahoma

Town of Hydro proposition 1 – Caddo Proposition passes

For 116  92.8% (w)

against 9  7.2

1-cent sales tax that would go toward a new wastewater treatment plant.

Billings Board of Trustees (top 2 win) – Noble

Richard W. Reaves Jr. 27  18.62%

Kurtis Stoll 37  25.52%

Gary R. Canaday II 38  26.21%  (w)

Tori Reaves  43  29.66% (w)

 

City of Del City proposition 1 – Oklahoma Proposition  passes

For  812  81.28% (w)

Against 187 18.72%

 

    $3  million bond proposal would replace aging vehicles for the fire department and  make improvements to the city’s early warning system for tornadoes and other  emergencies.  Del City Bond Election (more info)

City of Del City proposition 2 – Oklahoma Proposition  passes

For  805  79.78% (w)

Against 204 20.22%

$3  million toward fixing drainage problems in several areas, including Judy Drive,  Howard Drive and Leslie Drive

 

South Carolina

Hamp Johnson – 650 – 32.9%

Joshua Putnam – 924 – 46.8%

Joe Mills – 180 – 9.1%

Mark Powell – 123 – 6.2%

Mike Jones – 56 – 2.8%

Eric McConnell – 40 – 2.0%

House District 10 Republican Primary

Joshua Putnam vs. Dr. Joe Mills vs. Mike Jones vs. Mark Powell vs. Eric McConnell vs. Hamp Johnson

Wisconsin

Recall Election Primaries for 6 State Senate Districts (more information)

Six Republican-held State Senate districts will hold primaries to determine the Democratic nominees for the races. In each one, Republicans are running a candidate as a decoy designed to force Democrats to wait one month before facing the incumbents in the general election in August.

The races are: (RESULTS) – All Democrats won tonight, defeating the planted Republicans running on the Democratic line to postpone the true races against sitting Republican senators until August. The closest was in district 10, where Shelly Moore got 54% of the vote. All the rest won with more that 60% of the vote.

District 2 – Nancy Nusbaum and Otto Junkermann (R)
District 8 – Sandy Pasch and Gladys Huber (R)
District 10 – Shelly Moore and Isaac Weix (R)
District 14 – Fred Clark and Rol Church
District 18 – Jessica King and John Buckstaff (R)
District 32 – Jennifer Schilling and James Smith (R)

Wisconsin General Assembly District 48 (more information)

Chris Taylor – 3,383 – 31% (W)

Vicky Selkowe – 2,452 – 23%

Fred Arnold – 1,507 – 14%

Andy Heidt – 1,190 – 11%

Bethany Ordaz – 1,149 – 11%

Dave De Felice – 1,086 – 10%

Democrats have a free-for-all in the choice of a new assembly-member. No Republican is running and so the choice is between six Democrats. The candidates are:

Vicky Selkowe
Bethany Ordaz
Chris Taylor
Fred Arnold
Andy Heidt
Dave de Felice
Katherine Kocs

Oneida Tribe

General Election

BUSINESS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON Choose one (1) RON “TEHASSI” HILL v ED DELGADO

BUSINESS COMMITTEE VICE-CHAIRPERSON Choose one (1) GREG MATSON v DENNIS “DJ” DANFORTH, JR.

BUSINESS COMMITTEE TREASURER Choose one (1) KATHLEEN “KATHY” HUGHES v CRISTINA “TINA” DANFORTH

BUSINESS COMMITTEE SECRETARY Choose one (1) PATTY NINHAM HOEFT v PAT LASSILA

BUSINESS COMMITTEE COUNCIL MEMBER Choose up to five (5)

DAVID P. JORDAN “FLEET” v JENNIFER WEBSTER v GARY L. JORDAN v PAUL NINHAM v BEN VIEAU v BRANDON STEVENS v

MELINDA J. DANFORTH v ELAINE REED-DOXTATOR v JOHN E. POWLESS, III v CATHY BACHHUBER v VINCE DEL ROSA v

JENNIFER M. STEVENS v PEARL B. WEBSTER v CATHY L. METOXEN v  LINDA “BUFFY” DALLAS

ELECTION BOARD Choose up to three (3) PAMELA F. NINHAM v TONYA BOUCHER v ROSA MELCHERT v CONSTANCE DANFORTH

TRUST/ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE  Choose up to two (2) LOIS METOXEN STRONG v RITA REITER v DEBRA J. DANFORTH

ONEIDA TRIBAL JUDICIAL SYSTEM Choose up to eight (8) JANICE SKENANDORE-MCLESTER v WINNIFRED L. THOMAS (WINNIE) v

MARY ADAMS v SANDRA L. SKENADORE v LEE NINHAM v LOIS POWLESS v “STAN” WEBSTER v CHRIS J. CORNELIUS v MANUAL JESSE TORRES JR. v MICHAEL DEBRASKA v FLOYD HILL II v ROCHELLE A. POWLESS v WESLEY T. MARTIN, JR. v JEAN M. WEBSTER v

JOHN ORIE v DOROTHY A. SKENANDORE v JULIE KING v CLIFFORD DANFORTH v GLADYS DALLAS v AMY STEVENS

REFERRENDUM QUESTIONS

Should the Chief of Police be Elected?

YES NO

Should absentee ballots be accepted, for Tribal members that live out of State, that are home bound, or in any other way capacitated, to attend any type of election?

YES NO

Should the Oneida Business Committee disallow employees of the Tribe, who are required to be at the GTC in the capacity of their job, from the stipend?

ONEIDA COMMISSION ON AGING (ONCOA) Choose up to three (3) SHIRLEY BARBER v CLIFFORD G. DOXTATOR v LANEVA (KAYO) HILL v BEVERLY J. ANDERSON v MARLENE R. SUMMERS v DONALD D. McLESTER v KAREN COFFEY

LAND COMMISSION Choose up to two (2) TED HAWK v MICHAEL L. HILL (BLUTO) v PAT CORNELIUS v TOM OUDENHOVEN (OUDIE) v

DONALD D. McLESTER v LLOYD E. POWLESS, JR.

TRIBAL SCHOOL BOARD PARENT POSITION Choose up to two (2) VICTORIA (VICKY) MATSON v JACQUELINE SCHUMAN v MICHELLE B. HILL v MELINDA K. DANFORTH v DEBRA J. DANFORTH v RHIANNON R. METOXEN

LAND CLAIMS COMMISSION – Choose one (1) RITA SUMMERS

North Carolina 

Town of Manteo and Kinekeet (Avon) Township

Ballot question on if the two municipalities should allow mixed drinks to be served in public and private areas.  See details at our post.

Kinekeet Results – Registered voters 1,334 – Ballots Cast 367 – Voter Turnout 27.51%

For
67.57% 248
Against
32.43% 119
367

Maryland

Mountain Lake Park has Council elections. No challengers applied to run.

Ohio

Moraine Council At Large

Ora F. Allen – 193 – 65.65% (W)
Frank L. Hiney III – 101 – 34.35%

Ora F. Allen v. Frank L. Hiney III

Florida –

Special Run off Elections – Lake Worth – Mayor

Tom Ramiccio v. Rachel Waterman

14 of 14 Precincts Reporting
Percent Votes
Tom Ramiccio
44.33% 1,205
Rachel Waterman
55.67% 1,513
2,718
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