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Tuesday’s General Election by the numbers

November 8, 2012

Volunteers from throughout Inyo County worked until about midnight Tuesday, counting ballots through an automated system to give local residents an idea of the outcome of local, statewide and national elections, based on the early tally. Photo by Mike Gervais

 

The following is a comparison of the preliminary results of Tuesday’s General Election for Inyo County, California and the nation, as of press time Wednesday. 

The winner of each race, at each level, appears in bold.

 

U.S. President

 

Inyo County

Mitt Romney – 3,541 (54.47 percent)

Barack Obama – 2,775 votes (42.69 percent)

Gary Johnson – 74 (1.14 percent)

Jill Stein – 52 (0.80 percent)

Thomas Hoefling – 32 (0.49 percent)

Roseanne Barr – 27 (0.42 percent)

Statewide

Barack Obama – 5,573,450 votes (59.1 percent)

Mitt Romney – 3,635,571 (38.6 percent)

Thomas Hoefling – 27,046 (0.3 percent)

Jill Stein – 57,694 (0.6 percent)

Gary Johnson – 98,615 (1.0 percent)

Roseanne Barr – 36,914 (0.4 percent)

 

National

Barack Obama – 303 electoral votes; 60,390,120 popular votes

Mitt Romney – 206 electoral votes; 57,588,352 popular votes

District 8 U.S. House of Representatives

(Inyo and Mono counties, most of San Bernardino County)

 

Inyo County

Gregg Imus – 2,845 votes (50.79 percent)

Paul Cook – 2,757 votes (49.21 percent)

 

Districtwide

Paul Cook – 82,653 votes (57.6 percent)

Gregg Imus – 60,732 votes (42.4 percent)

 

District 26 California Assembly

(Inyo County, most of Tulare County and a small portion of northern Kern County) 

 

Inyo County

Connie Conway – 3,986 votes (64.81 percent)

Jonathon Louis Sosa – 2,164 votes (35.19 percent)

 

Districtwide

Connie Conway – 51,347 votes (67.6 percent)

Jonathon Louis Sosa –  24,657 votes (32.4 percent)

 

U.S. Senate

(California)

 

Inyo County

Elizabeth Emken – 3,661 (57.59 percent)

Dianne Feinstein – 2,696 votes (42.41 percent)

Statewide

Dianne Feinstein – 5,613,610 votes (61.4 percent)

Elizabeth Emken – 3,528,510 (38.6 percent)

 

Proposition 30

 

Inyo County

Yes – 2,609 (40.78 percent)

No – 3,789 (59.22 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 4,959,206 (53.9 percent)

No – 4,241,246 (46.1 percent)

 

Proposition 31

 

Inyo County

Yes – 2,168 (35.93 percent)

No – 3,866 (64.07 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 3,369,175 (39.2 percent)

No – 5,220,193 (60.8 percent)

 

Proposition 32

 

Inyo County

Yes – 3,321 (52.59 percent)

No – 2,994 (47.41 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 3,973,720 (43.9 percent)

No – 5,086,590 (56.1 percent)

 

Proposition 33

 

Inyo County

Yes – 3,156 (50.57 percent)

No – 3,085 (49.43 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 4,046,275 (45.4 percent)

No – 4,872,423 (54.6 percent)

 

Proposition 34

 

Inyo County

Yes – 2,050 (32.45 percent)

No – 4,267 (67.55 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 4,269,535 (47.2 percent)

No – 4,776,815 (52.8 percent)

Proposition 35

 

Inyo County

Yes – 5,073 (80.59 percent)

No – 1,222 (19.41 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 7,309,737 (81.1 percent)

No – 1,698,939 (18.9 percent)

 

Proposition 36

 

Inyo County

Yes – 3,840 (60.96 percent)

No – 2,459 (39.04 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 6,181,771 (68.6 percent)

No – 2,826,624 (31.4 percent)

 

Proposition 37

 

Inyo County

Yes – 2,315 (36.46 percent)

No – 4,034 (63.54 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 4,277,985 (46.9 percent)

No – 4,835,045 (53.1 percent)

 

Proposition 38

 

Inyo County

Yes – 1,652 (26.31 percent)

No – 4,626 (73.69 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 2,489,028 (27.7 percent)

No – 6,495,745 (72.3 percent)

 

Proposition 39

 

Inyo County

Yes – 2,900 (46.9 percent)

No – 3,283 (53.1 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 5,295,968 (60.1 percent)

No – 3,522,579 (39.9 percent)

 

Proposition 40

 

Inyo County

Yes – 4,312 (71.74 percent)

No – 1,699 (28.26 percent)

 

Statewide

Yes – 6,068,518 (71.4 percent)

No – 2,427,514 (28.6 percent)

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