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Washington, D.C. election results 2012

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ELECTION RESULTS
United States of America:
Full national results | Electoral Map | Key Races Map
District of Columbia: Washington
Maryland: Statewide | Anne Arundel, Calvert and Charles Counties | Frederick, Howard and Montgomery Counties | Prince George's and St. Mary's Counties
Virginia: Statewide | Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax City | Fairfax County, Falls Church and Fauquier | Loudoun, Manassas and Manassas Park | Prince William, Spotsylvania and Stafford

Check back often for the latest returns on races and votes on the ballot in Washington, D.C.

Updated: March 27, 2014 at 02:50 am


President of the United States
100% precincts reporting

Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala G 1%
Barack Obama/Joe Biden D 91%
Gary Johnson/James Gray L 1%
Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan R 7%

Delegate to the House of Representatives
100% precincts reporting

Bruce Majors L 6%
Natale Lino Stracuzzi G 5%
Eleanor Holmes Norton D 89%

United States Senator
100% precincts reporting

Michael D. Brown D 80%
David Schwartzman G 11%
Nelson F. Rimensnyder R 9%

United States Representative
100% precincts reporting

G. Lee Aikin G 13%
Nate Bennett-Fleming D 87%

D.C. Council: Chairman
100% precincts reporting

Calvin Gurley D 28%
Phil Mendelson D 72%

D.C. Council: At-Large (Vote for 2)
100% precincts reporting

David Grasso I 21%
Mary Brooks Beatty R 7%
Leon J. Swain Jr. I 7%
Michael A. Brown I 15%
Vincent Orange D 38%
Ann C. Wilcox G 6%
A.J. Cooper I 7%

D.C. Council: Ward 2
100% precincts reporting

Jack Evans D 97%

D.C. Council: Ward 4
100% precincts reporting

Muriel Bowser D 97%

D.C. Council: Ward 7
100% precincts reporting

Yvette M. Alexander D 88%
Ron Moten R 12%

D.C. Council: Ward 8
100% precincts reporting

Marion Barry D 88%
Jauhar Abraham I 12%

D.C. Board of Education: At-Large
100% precincts reporting

Mary Lord 64%
Marvin Tucker 34%

Proposed Charter Amendment V
To adopt a resolution to expel a Councilmember upon demonstrating that member's gross failure to meet the highest standards of conduct
100% precincts reporting

For 86%
Against 14%

Proposed Charter Amendment VI
To make anyone convicted of a felony while holding Council office ineligible to remain in office or ever hold office again
100% precincts reporting

For 78%
Against 22%

Proposed Charter Amendment VII
To make anyone convicted of a felony while serving as Mayor ineligible to remain in office or ever hold office again
100% precincts reporting

For 78%
Against 22%

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