Election Results 2012

Nov 8th, 2012 | By admin | Category: Top Story

Obama Wins Re-Election

Welch, Lightfoot and Bass Elected as City Aldermen

Unofficial Results  White County    State      National

President

Barack Obama 5,765 365,472 52,381,730

Mitt Romney 20,005 599,284 51,917,019

U.S. Congress Dist. 2

Cong. Tim Griffin (R) 19,472 154,925

Herb Rule (D) 5,002 110,284

State Senate Dist. 28

State Rep.

Tiffany Rogers (D) 3,641 12,656

Sen. Jonathan

Dismang (R) 9,393 15,359

State Representative Dist. 44

Judy Riley (D) 1,866 3,533

Joe Farrer (R) 2,618 6,392

State Representative Dist. 45

Travis Mason 1,402

Rep. Jeremy Gillam (R) 6,956

Court of Appeals

Assoc. Judge Dist. 1, Po. 2

Circuit Judge

Phillip Whiteaker 14,542

Jeannette Robertson 9,089

White County Circuit Clerk

Circuit Clerk Tami King 23,857

Beebe Alderman W-1 P-1

Harold Welch 1,090 (53.51%)  704 election day, 374 early, 12 absentee

David Pruitt 947 (46.49%) 597 election day, 326 early, 24 absentee

Beebe Alderman W-2 P-2

Tracy Lightfoot 1,346 (65.82%) 859 election day, 469 early, 18 absentee

Michael Travis Weeks 699 (34.18%) 449 election day, 238 early, 12 absentee

Beebe Alderman W-3 P-2

Leslie E. Cossey 955 (46.34%) 648 election day, 294 early, 13 absentee

Dale Bass 1,106 (53.66%) 661 election day, 428 early, 17 absentee

Beebe Vol. Fire Protection Dist. Union 82-1   For 325, Against 220

Beebe Vol. Fire Protection Dist. Union 82-2   For 99, Against 90

McRae Alderman W2, P1

Lena Rohrscheib 87

Scott Jones 125

McRae Alderman W2, P2

Bobby Crisco 109

Lela Strange 105

McRae City Sales Tax     For 1% tax 131, Against 89

Const. Amend. Issue No. 1 For 13,149 (51.34%) Against 12,462 (49.66%) For: 546,600 Against 387,729

Const. Amend. Issue No. 2 For 9,410 (37.71%) Against 15,543 (62.29%) For 392,634, Against 505,841

Const. Amend. Issue No. 3 For 6,900 (28.77%) Against 17,083 (71.23%)

Const. Amend Issue No. 4  For 7,091 (29.40%) Against 17,029 (70.60%)

Act Issue No. 5 For 10,190 (39.35%) Against 15,705 (60.65%) For 49%,  Against 51%