County election returns

By Triplicate Staff November 15, 2012 01:00 am

Here are final Del Norte County election results released this week (results do not indicate overall winners of state, federal races):

County supervisor

Roger Gitlin 650 52.55%

Leslie McNamer 587 47.45%

Crescent City Council

(Top three win)

Ron Gastineau 625 23.62%

 

Rick Holley 558 21.09%

Kathryn Murray 468 17.69%

Dennis Sutton 431 16.29%

Donna Westfall 287 10.85%

Joseph Aliotti 277 10.47%

 

Harbor Commission

(Top three win)

James Ramsey 4,121 22.65%

Wes White 3,564 19.59%

Scott Feller 3,438 18.89%

Ken Cowan 2,936 16.13%

Dylan Clawson 2,481 13.63%

David Alvarez 1,657 09.11%

 

Del Norte School District 3

Frances Costello 4,562 57.27%

Edna Smith 3,404 42.73%

Del Norte School District 4

Judith Cordts 3,007 39.32%

Roger Daley 2,481 32.44%

Tod Roy 2,159 28.23%

 

Measure A: Remove fluoride

Yes 573 56.34%

No 444 43.66%

 

Smith River Service District

Ernie Silva 305 31.09%

Tim Reichlin 272 27.73%

Jim Flowers 248 25.28%

Lisa Edwards 156 15.90%

President

Mitt Romney (R) 4,614 52.82%

Barack Obama (D) 3,791 43.40%

Gary Johnson (L)   109 01.25%

Jill Stein (G)     90 01.03%

T. Hoefling (AI)     70 00.80%

Roseanne Barr (PF)     62 00.71%

(NOTE: G = Green Party, AI = American Independent, L = Libertarian, PF = Peace and Freedom) 

 

U.S. Senate

Elizabeth Emken (R) 4,502 52.55%

Dianne Feinstein (D) 4,065 47.45%

U.S. Congress District 2

Daniel Roberts (R) 4,566 54.27%

Jared Huffman (D) 3,848 45.73%

 

California Senate District 4

Jim Nielsen (R) 4,306 52.07%

M. Harrington (D) 2,873 34.74%

Dan Logue (R)   430 05.20%

Jann Reed    277 03.35%

Dan Levine    201 02.43%

Benjamin Emery    182 02.20% 

 

California Assembly District 2

Wesley Chesbro (D) 4,846 61.94%

Tom Lynch (D) 2,978 38.06%

 

Prop 30: Tax hike

No 4,578 53.53%

Yes 3,974 46.47%

 

Prop 31: Budget changes

No 5,105 62.69%

Yes 3,038 37.31%

 

Prop 32: Restrict union dues

No 4,285 51.09%

Yes 4,102 48.91%

 

Prop 33: Auto insurance

No 4,882 58.98%

Yes 3,395 41.02%

 

Prop 34: End death penalty

No 5,574 66.31%

Yes 2,832 33.69%

 

Prop 35: Human trafficking

Yes 7,067 84.09%

No 1,337 15.91%

 

Prop 36: Three Strikes law

Yes 5,676 67.52%

No 2,731 32.48%

 

Prop 37 GMO food labeling

Yes 4,911 58.08%

No 3,544 41.92%

 

Prop 38: Tax hike

No 6,445 76.79%

Yes 1,948 23.21%

 

Prop 39: Close tax loophole

Yes 4,164 50.60%

No 4,066 49.40%

 

Prop 40: Change redistricting

Yes 5,406 67.14%

No 2,646 32.86%