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Wyoming 2012 General Election Results

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These are results for political races in Wyoming.

Such races include: U.S. President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, State Senate, State House and the 3 Constitutional Amendments

Those that are running unopposed are not listed, unless a write in candidate wins, or it’s close.

Last update posted: 11:55 pm

President of the United States: (National Results. 270 electoral votes needed to win)

Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) – 197

Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) – 301

Gary Johnson/James Gray (L) – 0

Virgil Goode/James Clymer (C) – 0

 

President of the United States: (Wyoming Results) 98% reporting

Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) – 69% AP calls race for Romney at 7:03pm

Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) – 28%

Gary Johnson/James Gray (L) – 2%

Virgil Goode/James Clymer (C) – 1%

 

U.S. Senator: 98% reporting

John Barasso (R) – 76% AP calls race for Barasso at 7:07pm

Tim Chesnut (D) – 21%

Joel Otto (C) – 3%

 

U.S. Representative: 98% reporting

Cynthia Lummis (R) – 69% AP calls race for Lummis at 7:57pm

Chris Henrichsen (D) – 24%

Richard Brubaker (L) – 4%

Daniel Cummings (Constitution) – 2%

Don Wills (Country) – 2%

 

Amendment A: (Health Services Rights) 98% reporting

For: 77%

Against: 23%

 

Amendment B: (Fish/Hunt/Trap Preservation) 99% reporting

For: 89%

Against: 11%

 

Amendment C: (District Court Authority) 98% reporting

For: 55%

Against: 45%

 

State Senator District 6: 100% reporting

Wayne Johnson (R) – 76%

William Hill (Country) – 20%

 

State Senator District 8: 100% reporting

Curtis Albrecht (R) – 48%

Floyd Esquibel (D) – 52%

 

State Senator District 14: 100% reporting

Stan Cooper (R) – 82%

John Love (Country) – 13%

 

State Senator District 24:

Michael Von Flatern (R)

Bradley Kramer (Country)

 

State Senator District 28: 100% reporting

Jim Anderson (R) – 65%

Kim Holloway (D) – 35%

 

State Representative District 4: 100% reporting

Dan Kirkbride (R) – 77%

Bill Motley (Constitution) – 23%

 

State Representative District 7: 100% reporting

Sue Wilson (R) – 62%

Joe Fender (D) – 38%

 

State Representative District 8: 100% reporting

Bob Nicholas (R) – 54%

Kathleen Petersen (D) – 46%

 

State Representative District 9: 100% reporting

David Zwonitzer (R) – 69%

Charles Kenworthy (L) – 10%

Skip Eshelman (Constitution) – 15%

Perry Helgeson (Country) – 5%

 

State Representative District 11: 100% reporting

Jerry Zellars (R) – 44%

Mary Throne (D) – 56%

 

State Representative District 12: 100% reporting

David Kniseley (R) – 49% or 1,446 votes

Lee Filer (D) – 51% or 1,524 votes

 

State Representative District 14: 100% reporting

Kermit Brown (R) – 63%

Tim Nyquist (D) – 37%

 

State Representative District 15: 100% reporting

Donald Burkhart (R) – 53%

George Bagby (D) – 47%

 

State Representative District 17: 100% reporting

Stephen Watt (R) – 55%

JoAnn Dayton (D) – 45%

 

State Representative District 22: 100% reporting

Marti Halverson (R) – 56%

Bill Winney (I) – 44%

 

State Representative District 28: 100% reporting

Nathan Winters (R) – 81%

Connie Skates (D) – 19%

 

State Representative District 33: 100% reporting

Jim Allen (R) – 49.40% or 1,447 votes

Patrick Goggles (D) – 50.29% or 1,473 votes

 

State Representative District 41: 100% reporting

Donna Roofe (R) – 43%

Ken Esquibel (D) – 57%

 

State Representative District 42: 100% reporting

Lynn Hutchings (R) – 72%

Gary Datus (D) – 28%

 

State Representative District 44: 100% reporting

Tom Zachary (R) – 42%

James Byrd (D) – 58%

 

State Representative District 45: 100% reporting

Matt Greene (R) – 52%

Tony Mendoza (D) – 48%

 

State Representative District 46: 100% reporting

Glenn Moniz (R) – 61%

Kennedy Penn-O’Toole (D) – 39%

 

State Representative District 47: 100% reporting

Jerry Paxton (R) – 80%

Michael Hendricks (L) – 20%

 

State Representative District 48: 100% reporting

Mark Baker (R) – 52%

Joseph Barbuto (D) – 48%

 

State Representative District 54: 100% reporting

Lloyd Larsen (R) – 57%

Bruce Palmer (D) – 40%

Ryan Jones (L) – 3%

 

State Representative District 55: 100% reporting

David Miller (R) – 58%

Sherry Shelley (D) – 36%

Bethany Baldes (L) – 6%

 

State Representative District 59: 100% reporting

Carl Loucks (R) – 55%

Mike Gilmore (D) – 45%

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