Official General Election Results
Fremont County, Colorado
November 4th, 2008

Precincts Counted: 37 of 39 = 94.87%
Total Number of Voters: 20,040 of 28,551 = 70.19%

Updated: November 24, 2008 12:49 PM

TOTALS
PERCENT
Presidential Electors

John McCain/Sarah Palin

REP
12,668
63.60

Barack Obama/Joe Biden

DEM
6,844
34.36
Chuck Baldwin/Darrell L. Castle
CON
87
.44
Bob Barr/Wayne A. Root
LIB
81
.41
Cynthia McKinney/Rosa A. Clemente
GRN
27
.14
Jonathan E. Allen/Jeffrey D. Stath
H
0
0
Gene C. Amondson/Leroy J. Pletten
PRO
0
0
James Harris/Alyson Kennedy
SOW
2
.01
Charles Jay/Dan Sallis Jr.
BT
8
.04
Alan Keyes/Brian Rohrbough
AI
31
0.16
Gloria La Riva/Robert Moses
SL
0
0
Bradford Lyttle/Abraham Bassford
UP
2
.01
Frank Edward McEnulty/David Mangan
U
11
.06
Brian Moore/Steward A. Alexander
SOC
2
.01
Ralph Nader/Matt Gonzalez
U
150
.75
Thomas Robert Stevens/Alden Link
OBJ
6
.03

Totals

19,919
99.40%
United States Senator

Bob Schaffer

REP
10,896
56.35

Mark Udall

DEM
7,198
37.23

Bob Kinsey

GRN
350
1.81

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

891
4.61

Totals

19,335
96.48%
Representative To The 111th United States Congress - District 5

Hal Bidlack

DEM
6,777
35.24

Doug Lamborn

REP
11,825
61.48
Brian X. Scott
631
3.28

Totals

19,233
95.97%
State Representative - District 21

Bob Gardner

REP
2,138
64.38

Anna Lord

DEM
1,183
35.62

Totals

3,321
95.24%
 
State Representative - District 47
Liane "Buffie" McFadyen
DEM
2,04
53.79
Troy Sammons
REP
1,739
46.21
Totals
3,763
96.04%
 
State Representative - District 60
Cal Michael Cali
DEM
3,760
31.55
Tom Massey
REP
8,158
68.45
Totals
11,918
94.33%
 
District Attorney - 11th Judicial District

Thom K. LeDoux

REP
15,492
100

Totals

15,492
77.31%
Fremont County Commissioner - District 1

Mike Stiehl

REP
10,138
52.90

Gloria Stultz

DEM
9,028
47.10

Totals

19,166
95.64%
Fremont County Commissioner - District 3

Ed Norden

REP
13,016
68.30
Walt Myers
DEM
6,042
31.70

Totals

19,058
95.10%
Fremont County Surveyor

No Candidate Filed

Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court
Allison H. Eid
YES
11,975
71.60
 
NO
4,749
28.40
Totals
16,724
83.45%
       
Gregory J. Hobbs
YES
11,520
69.78
 
NO
4,984
30.22
Totals  
16,504
82.38%
 
Court of Appeals

Steven L. Bernard

YES
11,630
70.82

 

NO
4,792
29.18

Totals

16,422
81.95%
 

David M. Furman

YES
11,586
70.66

 

NO
4,811
29.34

Totals

16,397
81.82%
 

Robert D. Hawthorne

YES
11,168
68.59

 

NO
5,114
31.41

Totals

16,282
81.25%
 

Jerry N. Jones

YES
11,405
69.77

 

NO
4,941
30.23

Totals

16,346
81.57%
 

Gilbert M. Roman

YES
11,147
68.19

 

NO
5,200
31.81

Totals

16,347
81.57%
 
Diane L. Terry
YES
11,411
69.57
 
NO
4,992
30.43
Totals
16,403
81.85%
 
District Judge - 11th Judicial District

David M. Thorson

YES
12,072
71.94

 

NO
4,708
28.06

Totals

16,780
83.73%
Amendments

46: Discrimination and Preferential Treatment by Governments

YES
10,075
52.79

 

NO
9,010
47.21

Totals

19,085
95.23%

47: Prohibition on Mandatory Labor Union Membership and Dues

YES
8,318
42.86

 

NO
11,091
57.14

Totals

19,406
96.85%

48: Definition of Person

YES
7,155
36.82

 

NO
12,278
63.18

Totals

19,433
96.97%

49: Allowable Government Paycheck Deductions

YES
7,603
39.96

 

NO
11,423
60.04

Totals

19,026
94.94%

50: Limited Gaming in Central City, Black Hawk, and Cripple Creek

YES
11,158

58.42

 

NO
7,941
41.58

Totals

19,099
95.30%

51: State Sales Tax Increae for Services for People with Developmental Disabilities

YES
4,830
25.33

 

NO
14,239
74.67

Totals

19,069
95.15%

52: Use of Serverance Tax Revenue for Highways

YES
5,878
31.81

 

NO
12,602
68.19

Totals

18,480
92.22%
#54 Campaign Contributions from Certain Government Contractors
YES
9,930
52.77
 
NO
8,886
47.23
Totals
18,816
93.89%
58: Severance Taxes on the Oil and Natural Gas Industry
YES
5,377
28.55
 
NO
13,455
71.45
Totals
18,832
93.93%
59: Education Funding and TABOR Rebates
YES
6,410
34.36
 
NO
12,243
65.64
Totals
18,653
93.05%
 
Referendems

L: Qualifications for Serving in the State Legislature

YES
7,508
40.70

 

NO
10,939
59.30

Totals

18,447
92.01%

M: Obsolete Constitutional Provision Relating to Land Value Increases

YES
9,674
53.22

 

NO
8,503
46.78

Totals

18,177
90.68%

N: Obsolete Constitutional Provisions Relating to Alcohol Beverages

YES
10,680
58.72

 

NO
7,509
41.28

Totals

18,189
90.74%

O: Citizen-Initiated State Laws

YES
6,969
38.10

 

NO
11,320
61.90

Totals

18,289
91.24%
CaƱon City Referendum

2A: Hogbacks Master Plan

YES
3,974
56.65

 

NO
3,041
43.35

Totals

7,015
94.40%
Town of Brookside Ballot Questions

2B: Term Limits

YES
86
74.14

 

NO
30
25.86

Totals

116
95.87%
 
2C: By Title Only
YES
62
52.99
 
NO
55
47.01
Totals
117
95.12%
 
Appendix A Form of Ballots Issues

3A: Salida School District General Fund Override

YES
30
41.10

 

No
43
58.90

Totals

73
94.81%
 
3B: Salida School District Technology Override
YES
30
41.67
 
NO
42
58.33
Totals
72
93.51%
3C: Salida School District Transportation Override
YES
30
41.67
 
NO
42
58.33
Totals
72
93.51%
3D: Salida School District General Obligation Bonds
YES
27
38.57
 
NO
43
61.43
Totals
70
90.91%

 


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