2016 General Election Results – Cass County, Indiana

Last Updated on November 8, 2016 by cassnetwork

Unofficial vote totals from Cass County, Indiana on Nov. 8, 2016.

VOTE CENTERS REPORTING: Early voting at Cass County Govt. Bldg, Royal Center, Walton, Twelve Mile, Senior Center, Fairgrounds, Logansport Mall, Galveston

14615 of 22,012 = 66.40%

* Highest vote total(s) for office in Cass County

PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
REPUBLICAN: Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence – 9,697*
DEMOCRAT: Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine – 3,758
LIBERTARIAN: Gary Johnson/Bill Weld- 680
Darrell L. Castle – 15
Jill Stein – 49
Matthew (None of the Above) Roberts – 3
Tom Hoefling – 1
Emidio Soltysik – 1
Richard Duncan – 0
Joseph Maldonado – 0
Cherunda Fox – 0
Laurence Kotlikoff – 0
Ray C. Brown – 0
Melissa L. Kelly – 0
Denny C. Jackson – 0
“Rocky” Roque De La Fuente – 0
Ric Mullis – 0
Monica Morehead – 0

UNITED STATES SENATOR
REPUBLICAN: Todd Young – 8,303*
DEMOCRAT: Evan Bayh -4,926
LIBERTARIAN: Lucy Brenton- 1,012

GOVERNOR/LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
REPUBLICAN: Eric Holcomb/Suzanne Crouch – 8,055*
DEMOCRAT: John R. Gregg/Christina Hale – 5661
LIBERTARIAN: Rex Bell/Karl (K-Tat) Tatgenhorst- 511

ATTORNEY GENERAL
REPUBLICAN: Curtis T. Hill, Jr. – 10,045*
DEMOCRAT: Lorenzo Arredondo – 3,837

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
REPUBLICAN: Jennifer MCormick – 7,974*
DEMOCRAT: Glenda Ritz – 6095

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 4
REPUBLICAN: Todd Rokita – 9,398*
DEMOCRAT: John Dale – 3,987
LIBERTARIAN: Steven M. Mayoras- 673

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 18
REPUBLICAN: Randall Head – 11,509*

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 23
REPUBLICAN: William C. Friend – 6,393*
DEMOCRAT: Rose G. Ryan – 3,145

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 25
REPUBLICAN: Donald J. Lehe – 1,512*
DEMOCRAT: Maurice O. Fuller – 428
LIBERTARIAN: Franklyn Voorhies- 126

STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 38
REPUBLICAN: Heath VanNatter – 1,593*
INDEPENDENT: Jason Burns- 561

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT I
REPUBLICAN: James K. (Jim) Muehlhausen – 11,721*

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT & SUPERIOR COURTS
REPUBLICAN: Beth Liming – 11,461*

COUNTY AUDITOR
REPUBLICAN: Cheryl Alcorn – 11,474*

COUNTY TREASURER
REPUBLICAN: Kathy Adair – 11,385*

COUNTY CORONER
REPUBLICAN: Rhea O’Brien – 6,603
DEMOCRAT: Randy Rozzi – 7,489*

COUNTY SURVEYOR
REPUBLICAN: Josh LeDonne – 11,520*

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1
REPUBLICAN: Ralph R. Anderson – 9,496*
DEMOCRAT: Kenny Reese – 4,402

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT II
REPUBLICAN: Jim Sailors – 11,375*

COUNTY COUNCIL AT LARGE (VOTE FOR 3)
REPUBLICAN: Stacey A. Donato – 8,282*
REPUBLICAN: Chuck LaDow – 8,350*
REPUBLICAN: George L. Stebbins -7,106*
DEMOCRAT: Johnny “Q”uinones – 3,961

CASTON SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 2
Chad Boldry – 421*
Michaela Slisher – 212

CASTON SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 3
Bruce Cress – 566*

CASTON SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT  4
Cristie Rans -583*

LOGANSPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 1
David M. McClure – 5,250*

LOGANSPORT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 3 (VOTE for 2)
Scott B. Kraud – 3,894*
Mike McCord – 4,819*

PIONEER REGIONAL SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 1
Steven N. Felker – 1,054*
Lauren L. Layer – 742

PIONEER REGIONAL SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 3
Dennis Herd – 1,642*

PIONEER REGIONAL SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 5
Lisa Ann Kesling – 1,582*

SOUTHEASTERN SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 1
Amy C. Herron Miller – 2,676*
      
SOUTHEASTERN SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 2 
Christy L. Frey – 1,147
Jeremy A. Hall – 700
Rick Lee- 1,271*

SOUTHEASTERN SCHOOL CORPORATION DISTRICT 5  
Ian D. Jay – 1,168
Tim Johnson – 1,893*

Indiana Court of Appeals Second District Court of Appeals Judicial Retention
Shall Judge James S. Kirsch be retained in office?

YES – 7,600

NO – 3,513

Indiana Court of Appeals Fourth District Court of Appeals Judicial Retention
Shall Judge Patricia A. Riley be retained in office?

YES – 7,825

NO – 3,395

Public Question #1

Shall the Constitution of the State of Indiana be amended by adding a Section 39 to Article 1 to provide that the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife shall be forever preserved for the public good, subject only to the laws prescribed by the General Assembly and rules prescribed by virtue of the authority of the General Assembly to : (1) promote wildlife conservation and management; and (2) preserve the future of hunting and fishing?

YES – 11,069

NO – 2,209

 

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