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November 7, 2012

Hendricks County election results

Hendricks County 2012 General Election

103 of 103 precincts reporting

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

Romney Mitt Rep 44,308 or 66.39 percent

Obama Barack Dem 21,100 or 31.61 percent

Johnson Gary Lib 1,182 or 1.77 percent

UNITED STATES SENATOR

Mourdock Richard E Rep 35,539 or 54.53 percent

Donnelly Joe Dem 25,196 or 38.66 percent

Horning Andrew (Andy) Lib 4,378 or 6.72 percent

GOVERNOR OF INDIANA

Pence Mike Rep 40,242 or 61.32 percent

Gregg John R Dem 22,115 or 38.66 percent

Boneham Rupert Lib 3,257 or 4.96 percent

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Zoeller Greg Rep 46,065 or 61.32 percent

Flemming Kay Dem 18,063 or 28.1 percent

SUP OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Bennett Tony Rep 37,338 or 57.82 percent

Ritz Glenda Dem 27,239 or 42.18 percent

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE

DISTRICT 4

Rokita Todd Rep 44,721 or 69.05 percent

Nelson Tara E Dem 18,011 or 27.81 percent

Gelhausen Benjamin J Lib 2,018 or 3.12 percent

STATE SENATOR

 DISTRICT 24

Miller Pete Rep 33,969 or 68.56 percent

Bender Charles Albert Dem 15,579 or 31.44 percent

STATE SENATOR

DISTRICT 35

Young R. Michael Rep 8,730 or 64.70 percent

Waterfill Mark Dem 4,764 or 35.30 percent

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

DISTRICT 91

Behning Robert W Rep 5,127 or 68.20 percent

Blinn Michael J Dem 2,391 or 31.80 percent

DISTRICT 40

Steuerwald Gregory E Rep 18,041 or 64.88 percent

Follis, II John E (Sam) Dem 9,766 or 35.12 percent

DISTRICT 28

Thompson Jeffrey A Rep 21,424 or 85.79 percent

Rainwater James (Jim) Lib 3,550 or 14.21 percent

OFFICE POSITION LAST NAME FIRST NAME ADDRESS TOWN,

STATE, ZIP PHONE PARTY

HENDRICKS COUNTY JUDGES

 SUPERIOR COURT 1

Freese Robert W (Bob) 49,547 or 100 percent

SUPERIOR COURT 3

 Love Karen M 50,312 or 100 percent

SUPERIOR COURT 4

 Smith Mark A 49,547 or 100 percent

SUPERIOR COURT 5

 LeMay-Luken Stephenie 49,760 or 100 percent

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

Hoskins Debbie (DJ) 49,255 or 100 percent

COUNTY AUDITOR

Kattau Cinda 48,965 or 100 percent

COUNTY TREASURER

Marsh Nancy L  49,522 or 100 percent

COUNTY CORONER

 Neuman Joe 48,921 or 100 percent

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

DISTRICT 2

Whetstone Matthew D (Matt) 43,144 or 70 percent

 Schmutte Nicholas G  18,849 or 30 percent

DISTRICT 3

Palmer Phyllis A 48,849 or 100 percents

COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBERS (3)

AT-LARGE

Brown Caleb 39,842 or 22.82 percent

Hesson Larry R  38,641 or 22.13 percent

Thompson Richard (Dick)  39,565 or 22.66 percent

Kilbride Adam 17,572 or 10.07 percent

O'Brien Karen 20,321 or 11.64 percent

Reynolds Greg 18,634 or 10.67 percent

NORTH SALEM TOWN COUNCIL (2)

AT-LARGE

Russell Mike

Selch Michael

AVON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP 3

Engelhardt Anne L  8,385 or 10.08 percent

McDavid John 4.692 or 11.24 percent

Pitcock Rich 3,433 or 8.22 percent

Robida Susan 5,746 or 13.76 percent

Somerville Donald P 3,301 or 7.91 percent

Webb David 8,134 or 8,123 or 19.45 percent

Woodward Kim  8,073 or 19.34 percent

BROWNSBURG COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

BROWN TOWNSHIP 1

Sutton Richard 12,034 or 100 percent

LINCOLN SEAT 1 1

Lucas Kim 6,396 or 44.68 percent

Utterback Phil 7,919 or 55.32 percent

LINCOLN SEAT 2 1

Armstrong Kimberly S  7,914 or 58.54 percent

Halsey Angela 5,606 or 41.37 percent

DANVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

AT-LARGE (Center or Marion) 1

 Lawson Brandon 3,524 or 48.63 percent

Stephenson Luke 2,666 or 51.37 percent

CENTER TOWNSHIP 2

Austin Debbi S  1,891 or 19.80 percent

Beaty Michel C  2,235 or 23.40 percent

Cloncs Todd 1,610 or 16.86 percent

Segner Jennifer  1,797 or 18.81 percent

Steward Matt  2,019 or 21.14 percent

MILL CREEK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

AT-LARGE (Clay, Franklin or Liberty) 1

Branscum Missy  1,633 or 53.31 percent

Bryant Jim 873 or 28.50 percent

Jones Jerry 557 or 18.18 percent

CLAY TOWNSHIP 1

Whicker Timothy 2,669 or 100 percent

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP 1

Boatright Gina  1,854 or 63.86 percent

Morris Charlie 1,049 or 36.14 percent

NORTHWEST HENDRICKS COMM SCHOOLS

AT-LARGE (Eel River or Union) 1

Pingel Judith M (Judy)  3,078 or 100 percent

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP 1

Sprecher Steve 2,853 or 100 percent

PLAINFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

GUILFORD TOWNSHIP 3

Dunlevy Sharon G  5,516 or 22.86 percent

Flood Scott J 6,667 or 27.63 percent

Johnson Dana L  6,072 or 25.17 percent

Mansfield David  5,873 or 24.34 percent

Editor’s note: All results are preliminary until being certified the day

after the election.

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