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Hood River County Primary vote totals

News staff writer

May 20, 2006

Total turnout in Tuesday’s General Election was 5,022 voters, or 47 percent, according to Sandra Berry, county elections coordinator.

A total of 2,150 Democrats voted, along with 1,969 Republicans; 903 independently registered voters cast ballots.

Here is how Hood River County residents voted in contested races in Tuesday’s Primary:

County Commissioner, Dist. 1:

Barbara Briggs — 765

Rob Brostoff — 218

U.S. Rep., Dist. 2, Democratic:

Carol Voisin — 718 (49.6 percent)

Dan Davis — 325 (22.4 percent)

Scott Silver — 226 (15.6 percent)

Charles H. Butcher III — 142 (9.8 percent)

U.S. Rep., Dist. 2, Republican:

Greg Walden — 1,786 (93.4 percent)

Paul A. Daghlian — 124 (6.5 percent)

Governor, Democratic:

Ted Kulongoski — 1,255 (61.7 percent)

Jim Hill — 505 (24.5 percent)

Pete Sorenson — 247 (12.1 percent)

Governor, Republican:

Ron Saxton — 720 (40.7 percent)

Kevin Mannix — 602 (33.9 percent)

Jason A. Atkinson — 314 (17.7 percent)

W. Ames Curtright — 54 (3 percent)

Gordon Leitch — 24 (1.3 percent)

David W. Beem — 15

William E. Spidal — 14

Bob Leonard Forthan — 8

Superintendent of Public Instruction:

Susan Castillo (incumbent) — 2,117 (59.4 percent)

Deborah L. Andrews — 1,432 (20.2 percent)

Judge of the Supreme Court, Position 6:

Jack Roberts — 1,497 (41 percent)

Virginia Linder — 1,374 (37.7 percent)

W. Eugene Hallman — 769 (21.1 percent)

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Note: Voters who receive a letter from the county stating they must sign a new ballot signature card have until May 26 to do so.

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