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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • 2012 Election: Here are all the local numbers

  • Results specific to Polk County didn't always agree with overall results.
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  • Crookston School Board
    Incumbent Frank Fee
    Votes: 2,440
    Percentage: 24%
    Incumbent Robin Brekken
    Votes: 2,554
    Percentage: 25%
    Dave Davidson
    Votes: 2,326
    Percentage: 23%
    Bob Altringer
    Votes: 1,946
    Percentage: 19%
    William Enlow
    Votes: 692
    Percentage: 7%
    Brekken, Fee and Davidson elected
    Crookston City Council
    At-Large seat
    Wayne Melbye
    Votes: 2,198
    Percentage: 73%
    Jerry Robinson
    Votes: 683
    Percentage: 23%
    Espo
    Votes: 110
    Percentage: 4%
    Ward 3 seat
    Incumbent Keith Mykleseth
    Votes: 313
    Percentage: 66%
    Gary Willhite
    Votes: 158
    Percentage: 34%
    Polk County Commissioner, District 3
    Dean Adams
    Votes: 984
    Percentage: 40%
    Nick Nicholas
    Votes: 1,439
    Percentage: 59%
    Minnesota House, District 1B
    Incumbent Debra
    Kiel, R-Crookston
    Votes: 9,367
    Percentage: 52%
    Marc DeMers, DFL-
    East Grand Forks
    Votes: 8,654
    Percentage: 48%
    Minnesota Senate, District 1
    Incumbent LeRoy
    Stumpf, DFL-Plummer
    Votes: 22,258
    Percentage: 61%
    Steve Nordhagen,
    R-Thief River Falls
    Votes: 14,455
    Percentage: 39%
    Polk County tallies in other races, amendments
    U.S. 7th District Representative
    Incumbent Collin Peterson, D-Minn.
    Votes: 9,914
    Percentage: 69%
    Republican Lee Byberg
    Votes: 3,872
    Percentage: 27%
    U.S. Senate
    Incumbent Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.
    Votes: 8,928
    Percentage: 63%
    Republican Kurt Bills
    Votes: 4,538
    Percentage: 32%
    Voter ID amendment
    Yes votes: 8,098
    Percentage: 56%
    No votes: 6,263
    Percentage: 44%
    Marriage amendment
    Yes votes: 9,512
    Percentage: 67%
    No votes: 4,914
    Percentage: 34%
    President of the
    United States
    Barack Obama
    Votes: 6,735
    Percentage: 46%
    Mitt Romney
    Votes: 7,583
    Percentage: 52%

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