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Election Results 

The overall election results.

NATIONAL

VOTES:

United States President and Vice President

Barack Obama (DEM)

50%

Mitt Romney (REP)

49%

Representative in Congress- 2nd District

Joyce B Segers (DEM WRKFML) 25.02%

Greg Walden (REP) 69.87%


STATE RACES

Attorney General

Ellen Rosenblum (DEM) 56.06%

James L Buchal (REP) 28.37%

Chris Henry (PRO) 1.57%

James E Leuenberger (CON LIB) 2.52%

State Senator- 27th District

Geri Hauser (DEM WRKFML LIB) 39.59%

Tim Knopp (REP IND) 59.99%

State Senator- 28th District

Douglas K Whitsett (REP DEM) 97.77%

State Senator- 30th District

Ted Ferrioli (REP DEM) 98.35%

State Representative- 53rd District

Gene Whisnant (REP DEM) 98.09%

State Representative- 54th District

Jason Conger (REP IND) 56.46%

Nathan R Hovekamp (DEM WRKFML) 41.24%

State Representative- 55th District

Mike McLane (REP) 69.36%

John Huddle (DEM IND WRKFML) 30.43%

State Representative- 59th District

John E Huffman (REP) 66.82%

Gary L Ollerenshaw (DEM) 33.03%

Secretary of State

Kate Brown (DEM WRKFML) 51.50%

Knute Buehler (REP IND) 43.57%

State Treasurer

Ted Wheeler (DEM WRKFML) 57.76%

Tom Cox (REP) 37.56%

Cameron Whitten (PRO) 2.06%

John F Mahler (LBT) 1.66%

Michael Paul Marsh (CON) .86%

State Measures

State Measure 77

YES

58.01%

41.99%

State Measure 78

71.98%

26.02%

State Measure 79

59.09%

40.91%

State Measure 85

58.81%

41.19%

NO

State Measure 80

55.21%

44.79%

State Measure 81

66.21%

33.79%

State Measure 82

71.59%

28.41%

State Measure 83

70.75%

29.25%

State Measure 84

53.98%

46.02%

BEND

City of Bend Council- Position 1

Victor Chudowsky 39.05%

Barb Campbell 31.93%

Wade Fagen 28.71%

City of Bend Council- Position 2

Douglas Knight 51.70%

Edward McCoy 23.38%

Edward Barbeau 17.13%

Charles Baer 7.32%

Sources: Oregon Secretary of State, Deschutes County Clerk

City of Bend Council- Position 3

Sally Russell 48.57%

Kathie Eckman 39.50%

Ron Boozell (Rondo) 11.62%

City of Bend Council- Position 4

Jim Clinton 73.63%

Mike Roberts 25.86%

9-86 Bend Metro Park & Rec District Bond

YES: 50.03% or 14,629 votes

NO: 49.97% or 14,614 votes

DESCHUTES COUNTY

County Commissioner- Position 2

Alan Unger (DEM) 52.59%

Tom Greene (REP) 47.26%

Judge of the Circuit Court- 11th District Position 2

Andy Balyeat 52.41%

Beth Bagley 47.44%

Judge of the Circuit Court- 11th District Position 3

Roger J DeHoog 98.86%

County Sheriff

Larry Blanton 93.36%

City of Redmond Mayor

George Endicott 97.81%

City of Redmond Council

Camden King 21.13%

Joseph W Centanni 21.32%

Ginny McPherson 20.37%

Anne Graham 19.67%

Ed Petersen 16.89%

City of Sisters Council

McKibben Womack 30.45%

Catherine Childress 27.72%

Brad Boyd 24.07%

Lon Kellstrom 16.20%

9-87 City of Sisters Annexation

YES with 85%

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