Election 2012 - Clark County results
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.
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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