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2016 May Primary Election

With 100% of the counties reporting, and only a a 20.6% voter turn-out, the results are in, but still considered unofficial. Low voter turn-out may have been due to a combination of the weather, the Republican Caucus in March and many people not knowing there were still elections on Republican ballot.

Results

President of the United States – Democrat

  • Hillary Clinton – 46.8%
  • Bernie Sanders – 46.3%
  • Uncommitted – 5.3%
  • Martin O’Malley – 1.25%
  • Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente – 0.35%

US Senator – Democrat

  • Jim Gray – 58.7%
  • Sellus Wilder – 12.9%
  • Ron Leach – 9.5%
  • Tom Recktenwald – 5.4%
  • Grant T. Short – 5.3%
  • Jeff Kender – 4.9%
  • Rory Houlihan – 3.3%

US Senator – Republican

  • Rand Paul – 84.8%
  • James R. Gould – 8.3%
  • Stephen Howard Slaughter – 6.9%

US Representative, 3rd District – Republican

  • Harold Bratcher – 44.5%
  • Everett Corley – 36.5%
  • Robert L. DeVore, Jr. – 18.9%

33rd District State Senate – Republican

  • Shenita Rickman – 51.8%
  • John Yuen – 48.2%

33rd District State Senate – Democrat

  • Gerald Neal – 48.4%
  • Joan Stringer – 31.9%
  • Charles Booker – 19.8%

28th District State Representative – Republican

  • Michael Payne – 69.3%
  • Don Dolson, Sr – 30.7%

33rd District State Representative – Democrat

  • Jason Nemes – 47.9%
  • Ron Crimm – 37.1%
  • Andrew Schachtner – 15%

37th District State Representative – Republican

  • Mark Wilson – 80.9%
  • Kurt Egner – 19.1%

38th District State Representative – Democrat

  • McKenzie Cantrell – 66.0%
  • Dan Johnson – 34.0%

41st District State Representative – Democrat

  • Attica Woodson Scott – 54.2%
  • Tom Riner – 31.0%
  • Phillip Baker – 14.7%

46th District State Representative – Republican

  • Eric Crump – 64.6%
  • Bill Dudley – 35.4%

46th District State Representative – Democrat

  • Alan Gentry – 64.9%
  • Allen Schuler – 35.1%

48th District State Representative – Democrat

  • Maria Sorolis – 75.5%
  • Steven Sturdevant – 24.5%

Metro Council District 2 – Democrat

  • Barbara Shanklin – 47.3%
  • Caroline Grundy – 23.3%
  • Rasean Crawley – 20.7%
  • Richard Harrison – 8.8%

Metro Council District 4 – Democrat

  • Barbara Sexton Smith – 65.3%
  • Bryan Burns – 26.7%
  • Marshall Gazaway – 7.9%

Metro Council District 6 – Democrat

  • David James – 57.6%
  • Carol Clark – 42.4%

Metro Council District 8 – Democrat

  • S. Brandon Coan – 24.2%
  • Stephen Reily – 23%
  • Chris Kolb – 20%
  • Terra Long – 14.8%
  • Lynnie Meyer – 14.6%
  • Josh White – 3.2%
  • Charles Wooden – 0.2%

Metro Council District 14 – Republican

  • Shane Ranschaert – 50.2%
  • Eric Bullock – 49.8%

Metro Council District 16 – Republican

  • Scott Reed – 72.9%
  • William Sobel – 27.1%

Commissioner C of Democrat Party

  • Kathleen Parks – 78.7%
  • Stephen Fein – 21.3%

Circuit Judge 9th Division

  • Gina Kay Calvert – 45.8%
  • Lauren Adams Ogden – 32.7%
  • Bill Tingley – 21.6%

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