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Initial election results PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, November 07, 2012 12:08 AM


Click here for 44 out of 45 precinct results.


44 out of 45 precincts are in, but votes from Greendale Precinct 1 have to be hand counted. The totals from Greendale Precinct 1 will not be available until tomorrow.

Greendale Precinct 1, at the firehouse, machine tested fine. Today it wouldn't read or count. Poll workers kept the ballots secure. Employees are hand counting the ballots, and they stopped for the night at about 9 p.m. Not sure how many ballots there are right now for Greendale 1, said Phil Weaver, Dearborn County Clerk.



Waiting on results from three precincts.



With 40 out of 45 precincts reporting, in the county council at large race, where the top three will be elected to council, Republican Randy Lyness has 11,776, Republican incumbent Bill Ullrich has 11,770, Republican Charles D. Keyes, 11,057, Democrat Tereasa Somerlot, 5,611, Democrat John Johnson III, 5,147 and Andrew Addison, 4,899.



With 40 out of 45 precincts reporting, Republican Rick Probst has 13,041 votes against Democrat Rudy M. Howard Jr. with 5,169.

In the race for coroner, Republican Steven P. Callahan leads with 11,484, followed by Democrat Joe Ridgeway with 3,955 and independent Tracy Cochran Evans with 2,996.

In the District Two Dearborn County Commisisoners, race incumbent Tom Orschell (D) remains down with 7,971 votes to Arthur Little's (R) 10,432.



With 40 out of 45 precincts, in the District One Dearborn County Commissioners race, Republican Kevin Lynch leads with 12,186 against Democrat Phil "Flippy" Darling who has 6,044.


With 38 out of 45 precincts. Dearborn County Superior Court No. 2 Judge Sally Blankenship (R) looks to be returning with 12,555 to Alan Miller's (D) 4,804 votes.

In the District Two Dearborn County Commisisoners, race incumbent Tom Orschell (D) is down with 7,414 votes to Arthur Little's (R) 9,817.

Return soon for more results!

Last Updated on Wednesday, November 07, 2012 1:52 AM


0 #2 2012-11-07 01:38
what about the school board races?
0 #1 2012-11-07 01:35

Isn't this victory call a little early for the returning judge? My clock states 9:35 p.m. November 6th, 2012.