2012 Dunn County Election Results

2012 Election Results

PRESIDENT & VICE   PRESIDENT

Dunn County

North Dakota

Romney   (Republican   Party)

74%

58%

Obama   (Democratic   Party)

25%

38%

 

UNITED STATES SENATOR

(*possible   demand recount)

Dunn County

North Dakota

Rick   Berg (Republican   Party)

63%

49%

Heidi   Heitkamp (Democratic   Party)

36%

50%

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

Dunn County

North Dakota

Kevin   Cramer (Republican   Party)

67%

55%

Pam   Gulleson (Democratic   Party)

31%

42%

Eric   Olson (Libertarian   Party)

2%

3%

 

GOVERNOR & LT. GOVERNOR

Dunn County

North Dakota

Jack   Dalrymple & Drew Rigley (Republican   Party)

60%

63%

Ryan   Taylor & Ellen Chaffee (Democratic   Party)

37%

34%

Paul Sorum & Michael Coachman (Independent   Party)

2%

2%

Roland Riemers & Anthony Johns (Independent   Party)

1%

1%

 

STATE AUDITOR

Dunn County

North Dakota

Robert   Peterson (Republican   Party)

72%

62%

Scott   Kelsh (Democratic   Party)

28%

37%

 

STATE TREASURER

Dunn County

North Dakota

Kelly   Schmidt (Republican   Party)

75%

65%

Ross   Mushik (Democratic   Party)

25%

34%

 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Dunn County

North Dakota

Adam   Hamm (Republican   Party)

71%

63%

Tom   Potter (Democratic   Party)

29%

37%

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER

Dunn County

North Dakota

Randy   Christmann (Republican   Party)

68%

54%

Joshua   Voytek (Libertarian   Party)

3%

4%

Brad   Crabtree (Democratic   Party)

29%

41%

 

Superintendent of Public   Instruction

Dunn County

North Dakota

Tracy   Potter

43%

45%

Kristen   Baesler

57%

55%

 

STATE SENATOR  —    DISTRICT 4

Dunn County

North Dakota

Daryl   Lies (Republican   Party)

58%

48%

John   Warner (Democratic   Party)

41%

52%

 

STATE   REPRESENTATIVE — DISTRICT 4

Dunn County

North Dakota

Glen   Froseth (Republican   Party)

39%

34%

Tom   Conklin (Democratic   Party)

30%

30%

Kenton   Onstad (Democratic   Party)

32%

36%

 

STATE   REPRESENTATIVE — DISTRICT 36

Dunn County

North Dakota

Bev   Berger   (Democratic Party)

16%

15%

Mike   Schatz   (Republican Party)

31%

34%

Alan   Fehr (Republican   Party)

22%

27%

Shirley   Meyer (Democratic   Party)

28%

25%

 

STATE SENATOR — DISTRICT 36

Dunn County

North Dakota

Rich   Brauhn   (Democratic Party)

29%

25%

Kelly   Armstrong   (Republican Party)

71%

75%

 

Judge of District Court   Southwest Judicial

District Judgeship No. 34

Dunn County

N. Dakota

Tom   Henning

37%

40%

Dann   Greenwood

62%

60%

 

Measure No. 1

This   measure would eliminate the authority of the legislative assembly to levy an   annual poll tax.

Dunn County

North Dakota

(YES)   68% (YES)  71%
(NO)  32% (NO)    29%

 

 

Measure No. 2

This   measure would require members of the executive branch of State government to   take the oath as prescribed in the ND Constitution.

Dunn County

North Dakota

(YES)   84% (YES)  89%
(NO)  16% (NO)   12%

 

Measure No. 3

This   measure would guarantee the right of farmers and ranchers to engage in modern   farming and ranching practices and would forbid any law to be enacted that   abridges the rights of farmers and ranchers to employ agricultural   technology, modern livestock production and ranching practices.

Dunn County

North Dakota

(YES)   75% (YES)  67%  
(NO)  25% (NO)   33%

 

Measure No. 4

This   measure would prohibit smoking, including the use of electronic smoking   devices, in public places and most places of employment in the state, including   certain outdoor areas. It would provide notification and enforcement   responsibilities, along with penalties for violators.

Dunn County

North Dakota

(YES)   57% (YES)  67%  
(NO)  43% (NO)   33%

 

Measure No. 5

This   measure would make it a class C felony for any individual to maliciously and   intentionally harm a living dog, cat or horse and provide a court with   certain sentencing options. It would not apply to production agriculture, or   to lawful activities of hunters and trappers, licensed veterinarians,   scientific researchers or to individuals engaged in lawful defense of life or   property.

Dunn County

North Dakota

(YES)   17% (YES)  35%  
(NO)  83% (NO)   65%

 

SOURCE: North Dakota Voting Information & Central Election Systems, ND Election officials, county auditors and Secretary of State (Unofficial results, percentages have been rounded up to the nearest whole number).

 

 


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