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General Election: Full vote results from Hood River County

Total turnout, Hood River County: 84.34 percent — 9,837 out of 11,663 eligible

A total of 138 “question ballots” remain to be counted in Hood River County, and they will be tabulated later this month. (Details on page A1.)

SELECTED UNOFFICIAL FINAL RESULTS

U.S. President

Barack Obama (D), 5,977 (61.5 percent)

Mitt Romney (R), 3,440 (35 percent)

Jill Stein, 124

Rocky Anderson, 31

Gary Johnson, 112

Will Christensen 18

Hood River County School District Measure 14-48 (Local Option)

Yes — 5,803, 62 percent

No — 3,528, 38 percent

Sheriff

Matt English, 5,405, 61.1

Neal Holste, 3,411, 38.6

U.S. House Dist. 2

Greg Walden (R), 5,054, 54.3

Joyce Segers (D), 4,089, 43.9

Joe Tabor (LBT), 164, 1.76

Walden won re-election.

State House Dist. 52

Peter Nordbye, 4,721, 52.7

Mark Johnson (R), 4,228, 47.2)

Johnson won re-election

Hood River City Council (top three elected)

Kate McBride, 1,626, 29.85 percent

Mark Zanmiller, 1,469, 26.97 percent

Laurent Picard, 1,152, 21.15 percent

Nikki Hollatz, 1,148, 21.08 percent

Cascade Locks Mayor

Tom Cramblett, 284, 59.4 percent

Lance Masters, 193, 40.4 percent

Cascade Locks City Council (top three elected)

Glenda Groves, 250, 18.20 percent

Randy Holmstrom, 248, 18.05 percent

Bruce Fitzpatrick, 247, 17.98 percent

Jeff Helfrich, 221, 16.08 percent

Richard Randall, 215, 15.65 percent

Ralph Hesgard, 185, 13.46 percent

Cascade Locks Measures:

14-49: No 322 (66.5); yes 162 (33.5)

14-51: No 331 (68.5); yes 152 (31.5)

State Treasurer

Ted Wheeler (D), 5,657, 64 percent

Tom Cox (R), 2,693, 30.5 percent

Cameron Whitten, 227

John Mahler, 161

Michael Paul Marsh, 74

Wheeler won re-election

Attorney General

Ellen Rosenblum (D), 5,380, 61.8 percent

James Buchal (R), 2,918, 33.5 percent

James Leuenberger, 239

Chris Henry, 152

Rosenblum won re-election

Secretary of State

Kate Brown (D), 5,142, 56.6 percent

Knute Buehler (R), 3,436, 37.8 percent

Seth Woolley, 301

Bruce McKnight, 122

Robert Wolfe 79

Brown won re-election

Commissioner of Bureau of Labor and Industries

Brad Avakian (D), 3,672, 55.0 percent

Bruce Starr (R), 2,972, 44.5 percent

Supreme Court Position 3

Richard Baldwin, 3.294, 50.86 percent

Nenna Cook, 3,161, 48.8 percent

Court of Appeals Position 6

James C. Egan, 3,343, 56 percent

Tim Volpert, 2,601, 43.6 percent

Measure 77, catastrophic disaster declaration — 5,346 yes; 3,418 no — PASSED statewide

Measure 78, separation of powers — 6,490 yes; 2,324 no — PASSED statewide

Measure 79, real estate taxes — 4,976 yes; 3,896 no — statewide) — PASSED statewide

Measure 80, marijuana — 4,831 no; 4,574 yes — FAILED statewide

Measure 81, gillnet prohibition — 5,616 no; 3,361 yes — FAILED statewide

Measure 82, private casinos — 7,096 no; 2,263 yes — FAILED statewide

Measure 83, Wood Village casino — 7,006 no; 2,336 yes — FAILED statewide

Measure 84, inheritance taxes — 4,994 no; 4,122 yes — FAILED statewide

Measure 85, kicker for education — 5,628 yes; 3,536 no — PASSED statewide

Hood River Mayor

Arthur Babitz, 1,996

Circuit Court, Dist. 7 Position 21 — John A. Olson, 5,172

Hood River Soil and Water — Brian Nakamura, 5,827; John Joyer, 5,583; Cindy Collins, 5,372

Board of Commissioners, Chairman

Ron Rivers, 6,063

Board of Commissioners, Position 2

Maui Meyer, 1,263

Board of Commissioners, Position 4

Les Perkins, 1,320

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