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November 7, 2012

Area county election results

Muskogee County

PRESIDENT — Mitt Romney, R, 13,392, 57.4 percent; Barack Obama, D, 9,943, 42.6 percent.

CONGRESSIONAL

OFFICES

U.S. Rep. Dist. 2 — Markwayne Mullin, R, 11,520, 49.5 percent; Rob Wallace, D, 10,666, 45.8 percent; Michael Fulks, I, 1,095, 4.7 percent.

LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Sen. Dist. 9 — Earl Garrison, D, 10,446, 74 percent; Barney Taylor, R, 3,702, 26 percent.

State Rep. Dist. 14 — Arthur Hulbert, R, 6,022, 54.7 percent; Jerry Rains, D, 4,995, 45.3 percent.

State Rep. Dist. 16 — Jerry Shoemake, D, 773, 62.1 percent; James Delso, R, 515, 37.9 percent.

COUNTY OFFICES

Sheriff — Charles Pearson, D, 14,495, 75.7 percent; Roger Lee, R, 4,740, 24.3 percent.

STATE QUESTIONS

No. 758 — Yes, 14,047, 62.8 percent; No, 8,327, 37.2 percent.

No. 759 — Yes, 12,259, 55.2 percent; No, 9,966, 44.8 percent.

No. 762 — Yes, 11,263, 60.9 percent; No, 8,679, 39.1 percent.

No. 764 — Yes, 11,532, 52.4 percent; No, 10,466, 47.6 percent.

No. 765 — Yes, 12,100, 54.5 percent; No, 10,098, 45.5 percent.

No. 766 — Yes, 12,865, 57.5 percent; No, 9,527, 42.5 percent

Cherokee County

PRESIDENT — Mitt Romney, R, 8,151, 57 percent; Barack Obama, D, 6,137, 43 percent.

CONGRESSIONAL

OFFICES

U.S. Rep. Dist. 2 — Markwayne Mullin, R, 7,470, 52.3 percent; Rob Wallace, D, 6,021, 42.1 percent; Michael Fulks, I, 797, 5.6 percent.

LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Sen. Dist. 3 — Jim Bynum, D, 2,377, 58.9 percent; Wayne Shaw, R, 1,660, 41.1 percent.

State Sen. Dist. 9 — Earl Garrison, D, 4,214, 59.1 percent; Barney Taylor, R, 2,912, 40.9 percent.

State Rep. Dist. 14 — Arthur Hulbert, R, 858, 56.3 percent; Jerry Rains, D, 667, 43.7 percent.

State Rep. Dist. 86 — Will Fourkiller, D, 1,041, 65.1 percent; Russel Turner, R, 557, 34.9 percent.

COUNTY OFFICES

Sheriff — Norman Fisher, D, 9,287, 67.7 percent; V. Kevin McFarland, I, 4,421, 32.3 percent.

STATE QUESTIONS

No. 758 — Yes, 8,255, 59.8 percent; No, 5,539, 40.2 percent.

No. 759 — Yes, 7,187, 52.4 percent; No, 6,522, 47.6 percent.

No. 762 — Yes, 8,104, 59.1 percent; No, 5,619, 40.9 percent.

No. 764 — No, 7,122, 52.7 percent; Yes, 6,405, 47.3 percent.

No. 765 — Yes, 6,962, 51 percent; No, 6,680, 49 percent.

No. 766 — Yes, 7,533, 54.6 percent; No, 6,252, 45.4 percent.

McIntosh County

PRESIDENT — Mitt Romney, R, 4,498, 61.9 percent; Barack Obama, D, 2,767, 38.1 percent.

CONGRESSIONAL

OFFICES

U.S. Rep. Dist. 2 — Markwayne Mullin, R, 3,823, 52.7 percent; Rob Wallace, D, 3,129, 43.2 percent.

COUNTY OFFICES

Sheriff — Kevin Ledbetter, D, 5,527, 78.6 percent; Cliff Sinyard, I, 1,505, 21.4 percent.

STATE QUESTIONS

No. 758 — Yes, 4,209, 61.3 percent; No, 2,659, 38.7 percent.

No. 759 — Yes, 3,713, 54.6 percent; No, 3,087, 45.4 percent.

No. 762 — Yes, 4,076, 60 percent; No, 2,716, 40 percent.

No. 764 — No, 3,675, 54.6 percent; Yes, 3,059, 45.4 percent.

No. 765 — Yes, 3,659, 54 percent; No, 3,122, 46 percent.

No. 766 — Yes, 3,953, 57.4 percent; No, 2,935, 42.6 percent.

Wagoner County

PRESIDENT — Mitt Romney, R, 20,848, 72.8 percent; Barack Obama, D, 7,773, 27.2 percent.

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