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Updated: 2012 Presidential Election Results

Here are the election results released by the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters and the California Secretary of State as of 8:00 a.m. Check back for the next update at 5 p.m. Read Thursday’s Daily Press for the full stories on local elections.

NATIONAL RACES

President/Vice President of the United States

• Barack Obama/Joseph Biden, Democratic, incumbent — 59.1%

• Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan, Republican — 38.6%

• Thomas Hoefling/Robert Ornelas, Independent — .3%

• Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala, Green — .5%

• Gary Johnson/James P. Gray, Libertarian — 1.0%

• Roseanne Barr/Cindy Sheehan, Peace & Freedom — .4%

United States Senator

• Dianne Feinstein, D — 61.4%

• Elizabeth Emken, R — 38.6%

Congress District 8

• Paul Cook, R — 57.6%

• Gregg Imus, R — 42.4%

COUNTY/STATE RACES

San Bernardino County 1st District Supervisor

District includes Victor Valley, majority of unincorporated areas, from Wrightwood to Nevada border.

• Robert Lovingood — 51.22%

• Rick Roelle — 48.78%

San Bernardino County 3rd District Supervisor

District encompasses most eastern portion of county plus Barstow, Lucerne Valley, Twentynine Palms, Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead, portions of Redlands, Yucaipa, Highland and San Bernardino to the south.

• Neil Derry — 40.91%

• James Ramos — 59.09%

State Assembly District 33

• John Coffey, D — 40.0%

• Tim Donnelly, R — 60.0%

State Assembly District 36

District includes Wrightwood and Pinon Hills, plus the Antelope Valley, Boron, California City and Mojave.

• Steve Fox, D — 49.0%

• Ron Smith, R — 51.0%

State Senate District 21

District includes Adelanto, Victorville, Apple Valley and Hesperia, plus a northern stretch of Los Angeles County.

• Steve Knight, R — 58.5%

• Star Moffatt, D — 41.5%

State Senate District 23

This district includes a portion of southern Victor Valley including Phelan, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, the San Bernardino Mountains and a portion of Riverside County.

• Bill Emmerson, R — 57.1%

• Melissa O’Donnell, D — 42.9%

CITY RACES

City of Adelanto, two seats

• Ronald Beard — 20.65%

• Edgar “Ed” Camargo, incumbent — 23.63%

• Randy Leyva — 8.83%

• Trinidad Perez, incumbent — 14.73%

• Jeremiah Thompson — 12.02%

• Jermaine Wright Sr. — 20.14%

Town of Apple Valley, two seats

• Art Bishop — 27.70%

• Christina Burton — 4.41%

• Iver Bye — 8.18%

• Larry Cusack — 27.74%

• Jackie Moore — 4.71%

• David Phillips — 14.38%

• Tom Piper — 2.84%

• Robert “Bob” Seifert — 4.19%

• Tony Tyler — 5.84%

City of Hesperia, two seats

• James Blocker — 4.34%

• Paul Bosacki, incumbent — 9.33%

• Dennis De Hay — 2.12%

• Chris Elvert — 13.44%

• Brent Farr — 8.96%

• Dave Holman — 4.27%

• Cody Leis — 2.33%

• Mike Leonard, incumbent — 17.67%

• Don Parkman — 11.22%

• James Roberts III — 7.07%

• Eric Schmidt — 19.26%

City of Victorville, three seats

• Frank Atkins — 1.33%

• Byron Leonell Castellanos — 7.78%

• Jim Cox — 14.10%

• Sanford W. Cramer III — 2.41%

• Gloria Garcia — 13.15%

• Curtis Green — 7.81%

• Shawn Hubbard — 3.56%

• Marshall Kagan — 6.65%

• Aaron Korn — 7.47%

• Robert Larivee — 1.26%

• Ryan McEachron, incumbent — 11.78%

• Melinda O’Connor — 9.06%

• Carlos A. Proano — 4.46%

• Mike Rothschild, incumbent — 9.15%

SCHOOL DISTRICT RACES

Adelanto Elementary

Full term, two seats

• Holly Eckes, incumbent — 19.96%

• Elaine Gonzales — 25.28%

• Carlos Mendoza, incumbent — 24.81%

• Teresa Rogers — 29.95%

Short term, one seat

• Lisa Marie Garcia — 20.90%

• Rebecca Kigar — 27.60%

• Jermaine Wright Sr., incumbent — 51.50%

Apple Valley Unified, two seats

• Dennis Bender, incumbent — 24.26%

• Ted Bohanon — 1.19%

• Donna Davis — 23.79%

• Bill Deppe — 16.70%

• Mark Hart — 8.71%

• Destinie Lee Hoffman — 5.48%

• Michael Karen — 4.00%

• Scott Weldy — 15.88%

Helendale

Full term, two seats

• Valeria Brown, incumbent — 19.05%

• Bob Caddell — 15.08%

• Maria Ferrin — 27.67%

• Jennifer Lynn Funt — 21.60%

• Rebecca “Becky” Herrick — 16.60%

Short term, one seat

• Donald Langille, appointed incumbent — 36.96%

• Frank Melendez — 63.04%

Hesperia Unified, two seats

• Chris Bentley, incumbent — 17.62%

• Cody Gregg — 26.42%

• Marcy Kittinger — 20.62%

• Ella M. “Lee” Rogers — 35.34%

Snowline Joint Unified, two seats

• David Nilsen, incumbent — 36.97%

• Dale Schinke, incumbent — 35.00%

• Jennylyn Young — 28.04%

Victor Elementary, two seats

• Joyce Cross Chamberlain — 35.43%

• Lionel Dew, incumbent — 22.28%

• Gabriel Stine, incumbent — 28.31%

• Allen Williams — 13.99%

Victor Valley Union High, two seats

• Patricia “Pat” Dominguez — 17.72%

• Barbara James Dew, incumbent — 22.29%

• Derek King, appointed incumbent — 23.50%

• Ken Larson — 17.10%

• James “Chief” Moitoso — 19.40%

Victor Valley Community College, two seats

• Joseph Brady, incumbent — 37.79%

• John Pinkerton — 36.06%

• Joe Range, incumbent — 26.15%

SPECIAL DISTRICT RACE

Hesperia Recreation and Park District, two seats

• Bob Chandler, incumbent — 33.50%

• Andrew Cowan — 33.47%

• Jack Hamilton, incumbent — 33.03%

Mojave Water Agency

Division 3, one seat

• Joe Fahrlender — 29.42%

• Richard Hall, incumbent — 38.51%

• Norman Meek — 32.07%

Division 5, one seat

• Clint Air — 24.74%

• Carl Coleman — 41.23%

• Bob Tinsley — 34.03%

Division 7, one seat

• Robert Critzmen — 20.88%

• David Mueller — 6.45%

• Douglas Shumay, incumbent — 61.19%

• Harvey Wilkin — 11.48%

MEASURES/PROPOSITIONS

Local

Measure Q

Proposed Charter Amendment by the Board of Supervisors to enact a permanent cap on compensation and mandatory transparency for members of the Board of Supervisors.

Yes — 67.41%

No — 32.59%

Measure R

Proposed Charter Amendment to enact compensation limits and budget reductions for members of the Board of Supervisors.

Yes — 64.25%

No — 35.75%

Statewide

Proposition 30

Temporary taxes to fund education. Guaranteed local public safety sunding. Initiative constitutional amendment.

Yes — 53.9%

No — 46.1%

Proposition 31

State budget. State and local government. Initiative constitutional amendment and statute.

Yes — 39.2%

No — 60.8%

Proposition 32

Political contributions by payroll deduction. Contributions to candidates. Initiative statute.

Yes — 43.9%

No — 56.1%

Proposition 33

Auto insurance sompanies. Prices based on driver's history of insurance coverage. Initiative statute.

Yes — 45.4%

No — 54.6%

Proposition 34

Death penalty. Initiative statute.

Yes — 47.2%

No — 52.8%

Proposition 35

Human trafficking. Penalties. Initiative statute.

Yes — 81.1%

No — 18.9%

Proposition 36

Three strikes law. Repeat felony offenders. Penalties. Initiative statute.

Yes — 68.6%

No — 31.4%

Proposition 37

Genetically engineered foods. Labeling. Initiative statute.

Yes — 46.9%

No — 53.1%

Proposition 38

Tax to fund education and early childhood programs. Initiative statute.

Yes — 27.7%

No — 72.3%

Proposition 39

Tax treatment for multistate businesses. Clean energy and energy efficiency funding. Initiative statute.

Yes — 60.1%

No — 39.9%

Proposition 40

Redistricting. State senate districts. Referendum.

Yes — 71.4%

No — 28.6%


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