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Putnam County Election Results

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

County Elections

County Auditor

Laurie Hallett -- 8,865 (66.43 percent)
Wilma Phipps -- 4,480 (33.57 percent)

County Commissioner District 1

David E. Berry (Rep.) -- 7610 (57.46 percent)
Jeffrey Oliver Blaydes (Dem.) -- 3,925 (29.64 percent)
Charlie Boller (Ind.) -- 1,709 (12.90 percent)

County Council At-Large

Gene R. Beck (Rep.) -- 9,124
Larry L. Parker (Rep.) -- 7,954
Phillip J. Gick (Rep.) -- 7,750

County Treasurer

Sharon Owens -- 10,515 (100 percent)

County Coroner

David R. Brown (Rep.) -- 10,147 (100 percent)

County Commissioner District 3

Donald K. Walton (Rep.)

North Putnam School Board -- Russell Township

Darrell Wiatt -- 218 (69.87 percent)
Jacquelyn Simpson -- 94 (30.13 percent)

North Putnam School Board -- Monroe Township

James Bowling -- 296 (54.71 percent)
Dustin Osborn -- 245 (45.29 percent)

North Putnam School Board -- Franklin Township

Jill Summerlot -- 454 (100 percent)

North Putnam School Board -- At-Large

Mark Hoke -- 3,075 (100 percent)

Cloverdale School Board -- Cloverdale Township (Includes Owen County precinct)

Donna Fidler -- 1,559
Christopher Mann -- 1,296
Rob Schroer -- 1,174
Tim Powell -- 1,102
Kaufman -- 921

Cloverdale School Board -- Jackson Township

Barbara B. Nees -- 1,230

South Putnam School Board -- At-Large

Anthony Heavin -- 1,676 (66.04 percent)
Trisha Shrader -- 862 (33.96 percent)

South Putnam School Board -- Washington Township

Angie Nichols -- 1,634 (65.41 percent)
Tim McKean -- 864 (34.59 percent)

South Putnam School Board -- Marion Township

Steven E. Cash -- 2,129 (100 percent)

National Elections

President and Vice President of the United States

Mitt Romney (Rep.) -- 9,004 (65.03 percent)
Barack Obama (Dem.) -- 4,504 (32.53 percent)
Gary Johnson (Lib.) -- 305 (2.20 percent)
Write-In -- 33 (0.24 percent)

State Elections

Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Indiana

Mike Pence (Rep.) -- 7,550 (55.02 percent)
John R. Gregg (Dem.) -- 5,307 (38.68 percent)
Rupert Boneham (Lib.) -- 864 (6.30 percent)
Write-In -- 1 (0.01 percent)

United States Senator

Richard Mourdock (Rep.) -- 6,838 (52.41 percent)
Joe Donnelly (Dem.) -- 5,193 (39.81 percent)
Andrew "Andy" Horning (Lib.) -- 1,008 (7.73 percent)
Write-In -- 7 (0.05 percent)

Attorney General

Greg Zoeller (Rep.) -- 9,157 (69.22 percent)
Kay Fleming (Dem.) -- 4,072 (30.78)

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tony Bennett (Rep.) -- 7,329 (55.27 percent)
Glenda Ritz (Dem.) -- 5,932 (44.73 percent)

United States Representative -- District 4

Todd Rokita (Rep.) -- 8,631 (65.20 percent)
Tara E. Nelson (Dem.) -- 4,061 (30.68 percent)
Benjamin J. Gehlhausen (Lib.) -- 543 (4.10 percent)
Write-In -- 3 (0.02 percent)

States Senator -- District 24

Pete Miller (Rep.) -- 5,061 (66.96 percent)
Charles Albert Bender (Dem.) -- 2,497 (33.04 percent)

State Senator -- District 37

Rodric D. Bray (Rep.) -- 3,581 (63.54 percent)
Jim S. Cahill (Dem.) -- 2,055 (36.46 percent)

State Representative -- District 44

James Baird (Rep.) -- 8,817 (65.29 percent)
Richard Thompson (Dem.) -- 4,688 (34.71 percent)


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Its really sad to see the amount of people who still stood behind Murdoch in this county. Would you feel the same if it happened to your daughter, sister, or wife?

-- Posted by hometowngirl626 on Wed, Nov 7, 2012, at 7:50 AM

Depressing, isn't it?

Just shows that too many people mindlessly vote straight Republican on any and all elections.

-- Posted by PlatyPius on Wed, Nov 7, 2012, at 2:17 PM

The Republican party is completely out of touch with a growing majority of Americans who wish not to discriminate against minorities, immigrants, homosexuals, women, poor, or any human. Until they can wrap their brain around basic human rights, they have no place in the White House. Sad to see Putnam County and Indiana even more out of touch with this growing majority. Thank you America!

-- Posted by trevorf on Wed, Nov 7, 2012, at 4:34 PM

Doesn't anybody have results for the judge retention questions on the ballot?

-- Posted by Vault467 on Wed, Nov 7, 2012, at 7:35 PM


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