Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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November 7, 2012

More Effingham County election results

EFFINGHAM — Here is a complete list of other county election results, including uncontested races and questions.

Voter turnout

73 percent

Ballots cast 16,809

Total registered voters 23,115

 

Constitutional amendment 49

Yes 8,421

No 6,470

 

President

Romney 12,491

Obama 3,855

Johnson 156

Stein 93

 

U.S. Representative 15th District

John Shimkus 12,775

Angela Michael 3,549

 

State Senator 54th District

Kyle McCarter 8,766

Danny Stover 3,194

 

State Senator 55th District

Dale Righter (unopposed) 3,379

 

Representative 107th District

John Cavaletto (unopposed) 10,247

 

Representative 109th District

David Reis (unopposed) 3,474

 

Regional Superintendent of Schools Bond, Effingham, Fayette

Julie Wollerman (unopposed) 11,429

 

Regional Superintendent of Schools Clay, Crawford, Jasper, Lawrence, Richland

Monte Newline (unopposed) 2

 

County Board District C

Karen Luchtefeld (unopposed) 896

 

County Board District E

Mike Depoister (unopposed) 1,785

 

County Board District F

Jeffrey Simpson (unopposed) 1,300

 

County Board District H

Rob Arnold (unopposed) 1,725

 

Appellate Court Judge Fifth Judicial Dstrict

Stephen McGlynn 10,017

Judy Cates 5,288

 

Retain Appellate Court Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit Melissa Ann Chapman

Yes 10,226

No 3,489

 

Retain Circuit Court Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit Ron Spears

Yes 9,978

No 3,664

 

Retain Circuit Court Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit Sherri Tungate

Yes 10,585

No 3,556

 

Retain Circuit Court Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit Daniel Hartigan

Yes 10,112

No 3,581

 

Retain Circuit Court Judge Kimberly Koester

Yes 11,907

No 2,910

 

County of Effingham electricity question

Yes 4,620

No 2,867

 

Village of Beecher City electricity question

Yes 108

No 35

 

Village of Beecher City alcohol question

Yes 60

No 90

 

Village of Dieterich electricity question

Yes 255

No 60

 

City of Effingham electricity question

Yes 3,536

No 1,493

 

Town of Mason electricity question

Yes 96

No 31

 

Village of Montrose electricity question

Yes 61

No 37

 

Village of Teutopolis electricity question

Yes 631

No 197

 

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