Pella Chronicle

CNHI/Southeast Iowa

November 7, 2012

Area election results (unofficial)

OTTUMWA — Counties are listed in alphabetical order. Winners are in bold. All except for the Iowa Second District congressional race have all precincts reporting.

Just remember, all results are unofficial until the county canvasses.

Useful links:

Iowa Secretary of State

AP Election Map

 

U.S. Congress, Second District (379 of 401 precincts reporting)

Democrat: Dave Loebsack, Iowa City  203,732

Republican: John Archer, Bettendorf  158,059

By petition: Alan Aversa, Tucson, Ariz.  6,914

State Senate District 40

Democrat: Tim Tripp, Pella 11,637

Republican: Ken Rozenboom, Oskaloosa 17,585

State House District 78

Democrat: none

Republican: Jarad Klein, Keota 7,053

State House District 79

Democrat: Chris Wilson, Oskaloosa 4,168

Republican: Guy Vander Linden, Oskaloosa 10,769

State House District 80

Democrat: Joseph Judge, Albia 7,143

Republican: Larry Sheets, Moulton 7,256

State House District 81

Democrat: Mary Gaskill, Ottumwa 7,668

Republican: Blake Smith, Ottumwa 5,144

State House District 82

Democrat: Curt Hanson, Fairfield 8,584

Republican: James F. Johnson, Bloomfield 5,968

Appanoose County Auditor

Democrat: none

Republican: Linda Demry 4,905

Appanoose County Sheriff

Democrat: Clifford Jones 2,089

Republican: Gary Anderson 4,002

Appanoose County Supervisors (vote for 2)

Democrats: Jody McDanel 3,023, Linda Rouse 2,643

Republicans: Larry McDanel 2,350, Neal Smith 2,831

Davis County Auditor

Democrat: Linda Humphrey 3,206

Republican: none

Davis County Sheriff

Democrat: Dave Davis 2,672

Republican: Buddy Harsch 1,100

Davis County Supervisor (vote for 1)

Democrat: Dale Taylor 2,703

Republican: none

Jefferson County Audtor

Democrat: none

Republican: Scott Reneker 5,778

Jefferson County Sheriff

Democrat: none

Republican: Gregg Morton 5,767

Jefferson County Supervisors (vote for 2)

Democrats: Becky Schmitz 4,400

Republicans: Stephen Burgmeier 3,852, Lee Dimmitt 4,159

Keokuk County Auditor

Democrat: Beckie Appleget 1,933

Republican: Christy Bates 3,179

Keokuk County Sheriff

Democrat: Ron George 1,607

Republican: Casey Hinnah 3,615

Keokuk County Supervisor (vote for 1)

Democrat: Michael Berg 2,645

Republican: none

By petition: Leroy Leer 1,822

Mahaska County Auditor

Democrat: none

Republican: Susan L. Brown 8,341

Mahaska County Sheriff

Democrat: Paul R. DeGeest 7,966

Republican: none

Mahaska County Supervisors (vote for 1)

Democrat: Tom Rielly 4,741

Republican: Michael J. Vander Molen 5,846

Monroe County Auditor

Democrat: none

Republican: Jeannie Bettis 3,248

Monroe County Sheriff

Democrat: Daniel Johnson 3,212

Republican: none

Monroe County Supervisors (vote for 2)

Democrats: Deb Ballalatak 1,108, John Hughes 2,201

Republican: Michael Beary1,693

By petititon: Denny Amoss1,358

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