2012 General Election Results

CLARK COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA AUTHORITY (C-TRAN) PROPOSITION NO. 1

Approved 60,970 (43.35%)

Rejected 79,663 (56.65%)

INITIATIVE MEASURE NO. 1240

Initiative Measure No. 1240 concerns creation of a public charter school system.

Yes 1,389,263 (50.81%)

No 1,345,095 (49.19%)

REFERENDUM NO. 74

The legislature passed Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6239 concerning marriage for same-sex couples, modified domestic partnership law, and religious freedom, and voters have filed a sufficient referendum petition on this bill.

Approved 1,495,893 (53.27%)

Rejected 1,312,061 (46.73%)

INITIATIVE MEASURE NO. 502

Initiative Measure No. 502 concerns marijuana.

Yes 1,560,687 (55.51%)

No 1,250,647 (44.49%)

US REPRESENTATIVE 3RD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Jaime Herrera Beutler 164,157 (60.11%)

Jon T. Haugen 108,944 (39.89%)

STATE SENATOR 18TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT

Ann Rivers 40,843 (67.92%)

Ralph Schmidt 19,290 (32.08%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 18TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT POSITION NO. 1

Brandon Vick 34,848 (67.86%)

Adrian Cortes 16,504 (32.14%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 18TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT POSITION NO. 2

Liz Pike 36,393 (60.54%)

David Shehorn 23,724 (39.46%)

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1

Joe Tanner 80,831 (48.18%)

Tom Mielke 86,768 (51.72%)

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2

Marc Boldt 67,589 (44.87%)

David Madore 80,314 (53.32%)

CLARK PUBLIC UTILITIES DISTRICT NO. 1

Jim Malinowski 78,446 (54.40%)

Julia Anderson 65,155 (45.18%)

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Election 2012 - Clark County results

President

KEY: Dark blue = 60% or more voted for Barack Obama; Light blue = a majority voted for Obama; Light red = a majority voted for Mitt Romney; Dark red = 60% or more voted for Romney

Voter Turnout in Presidential Race

KEY: Darker shades of purple indicate precincts where voter turnout was higher.

Precincts Voting for Obama and Herrera Beutler

KEY: The precincts shown here favored both President Obama and Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas.

Alternative Presidential Candidates

KEY: Purple = Libertarian Gary Johnson received the most votes after Obama and Romney; Green = Green Party candidate Jill Stein received the most votes after Obama or Romney; Yellow = Constitutional Party candidate Virgil Goode received the most votes after Obama or Romney; Red = Johnson-Goode tie; Blue = Stein-Johnson tie; Brown = Johnson, Goode, Stein tie

Precincts More Likely to Vote for Alternative Candidates

KEY: Darker shades of purple indicate precincts in which a higher proportion of people voted for an alternative candidate for president.

Below, you can see how we voted for President (alternative candidates too) and how we turned out to vote, but we've also broken out many of the <a href="http://www.columbian.com/map/2012/ballot-measures-results-maps/">ballot measures</a> (state and local), races for the <a href="http://www.columbian.com/map/2012/state-legislature-results/">state legislature</a> and <a href="http://www.columbian.com/map/2012/county-commish-election-results/">county commissioner</a>