Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Davis County Elections

Here are the results of the Republican Primary and the School Bond Election.

County Commission "B"
Number of Precincts 220
Precincts Reporting 220 100.0 %
Total Votes 18984
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Micheal L. Deamer 8382 44.15%
Louenda Downs 10602 55.85%


County Sheriff
Number of Precincts 220
Precincts Reporting 220 100.0 %
Total Votes 19390
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Bud E. Cox 9945 51.29%
Todd Richardson 9445 48.71%


State House of Representatives #19
Number of Precincts 29
Precincts Reporting 29 100.0 %
Total Votes 3695
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Sheryl L. Allen 2350 63.60%
Mark D. Jacobs 1345 36.40%


State House of Representatives #20
Number of Precincts 22
Precincts Reporting 22 100.0 %
Total Votes 2110
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Ronald W. Mortensen 679 32.18%
P. A. Neuenschwander 1431 67.82%


Propostion #1 For the Issuance of School Bonds
Number of Precincts 220
Precincts Reporting 220 100.0 %
Total Votes 24500
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FOR 19371 79.07%
AGAINST 5129 20.93%

So...I think things turned out well. Mostly because it would no longer be effective to call myself a Sheryl Allen Republican if she was no longer in the picture. What's your reaction? Also, are primaries a good thing? Many members of the county Republican party think they are too costly and divisive, and that they should be avoided at all costs. What do you think? Chat among yourselves...

1 comments:

Allie said...

The race for sheriff was the only one that didn't turn out how I wanted, and that was only 500 votes off.

If there were no primaries, would candidates just be picked at the convention?