2008 Election Results


2008-election

NEVADA

Office

# Votes

% Vote

John McCain

President

410,948

42.65%

Barack Obama

President

531,469

55.15%

Jill Derby

US Congress, District 2

135,911

41.49%

Dean Heller

US Congress, District 2

169,836

51.78%

Jon Porter

US Congress, District 3

147,494

42.29%

Dina Titus

US Congress, District 3

165,416

47.43%

Shirley Breeden

US Senate, District 5

46,420

46.57%

Joe Heck

US Senate, District 5

45,655

45.81%

Bob Beers

US Senate, District 6

20,940

46.86%

Allison Copening

US Senate, District 6

23,751

53.14%

Kris Pickering

NV Supreme Court, Seat B

353,162

41.98%

Deborah Schumacher

NV Supreme Court, Seat B

328,677

39.07%

HUMBOLDT COUNTY

FOR PRESIDENT

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

BALDWIN, CHUCK

IND. AMERICAN

29

0.51

BARR, BOB

LIBERTARIAN

23

0.41

MCCAIN, JOHN

REPUBLICAN

3584

63.30

MCKINNEY, CYNTHIA

GREEN

17

0.30

NADER, RALPH

INDEPENDENT

35

0.62

OBAMA, BARACK

DEMOCRAT

1909

33.72

NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES

65

1.15

FOR US REPRESENTATIVE, CD2

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

BERGLAND, CRAIG

GREEN

52

0.94

DERBY, JILL

DEMOCRAT

1561

28.28

EVERHART, JOHN

IND. AMERICAN

294

5.33

HELLER, DEAN (Incumbent)

REPUBLICAN

3528

63.91

MORSE, SEAN PATRICK

LIBERTARIAN

85

1.54

FOR STATE SENATE, RURAL DISTRICT

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

HANSEN, JANINE

IND. AMERICAN

1766

32.87

RHOADS, DEAN A. (Incumbent)

REPUBLICAN

3606

67.13

FOR STATE ASSEMBLY, DISTRICT 32

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

DEAL, MARC

DEMOCRAT

412

25.02

GUSTAVSON, DON

REPUBLICAN

1118

67.88

KROSHUS, JAMES

IND. AMERICAN

117

7.10

FOR STATE ASSEMBLY, DISTRICT 33

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

CARPENTER, JOHN C. (Incumbent)

REPUBLICAN

540

76.38

TRIGGS, ZACHARY

IND. AMERICAN

167

23.62

FOR STATE ASSEMBLY, DISTRICT 35

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

GOICOECHEA, PETE (Incumbent)

REPUBLICAN

2291

76.19

KING, RACHEL MARIE

DEMOCRAT

716

23.81

FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, SEAT B

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

PICKERING, MARY “KRIS”

NONPARTISAN

2530

47.33

SCHUMACHER, DEBORAH

NONPARTISAN

1880

35.17

NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES

936

17.51

FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, SEAT D

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

CHRISTENSEN, THOMAS FRANK

NONPARTISAN

1303

24.91

GIBBONS, MARK (Incumbent)

NONPARTISAN

2751

52.60

NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES

1176

22.49

FOR JUDGE, DISTRICT 6 COURT, DEPT 2

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

MAHER, O. KENT

NONPARTISAN

1938

35.70

MONTERO, MICHAEL

NONPARTISAN

3490

64.30

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SEAT A

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

BROWN, RICH

REPUBLICAN

2344

44.53

FRANSWAY, TOM

REPUBLICAN

2920

55.47

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SEAT A

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

BELL, MIKE

REPUBLICAN

4783

100.00

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SEATD

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

AMOS, GARLEY JR.

REPUBLICAN

2954

56.04

NEWTON, FORREST

REPUBLICAN

2317

43.96

FOR HC Hospital Dist. Trustee, Seat A

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

AITKEN, DEBBIE

NONPARTISAN

2526

49.54

RUSSUM, JOHN

NONPARTISAN

2573

50.46

FOR HC HOSPITAL DISTRICT TRUSTEE, SEAT C

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

HAMMARGREN, WILLIAM J.

NONPARTISAN

2082

39.22

KIM, SOON

NONPARTISAN

3227

60.78

FOR HC HOSPITAL DISTRICT TRUSTEE, SEAT D

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

HAMMARGREN, WENDELL A. “SKIP”

NONPARTISAN

2306

44.6

NOBLE, MICHELLE “SHELLY”

NONPARTISAN

2864

55.4

FOR McDERMITT FIRE DISTRICT, SEAT 5

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

CRITTENDEN, JACK R

NONPARTISAN

76

76.77

HARTLEY, DALE E.

NONPARTISAN

23

23.23

For City Councilman, Wmca Seat 5

PARTY

VOTES

PERCENT

BROOKS, PAIGE L.

NONPARTISAN

1375

54.28

STOKER, DON G.

NONPARTISAN

1158

45.72

STATE QUESTION #1

Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to eliminate an unconstitutional requirement that a person must reside in Nevada for 6 months prior to an election in order to be eligible to vote in that election?

YES

NO

VOTES

2,195

3,260

PERCENT

40.24

59.76

STATE QUESTION #2

Shall Article 1 of the Nevada Constitution be amended in order: to provide that the transfer of property from one private party to another private party is not considered a public use; to provide that property taken for a public use must be valued at its highest and best use; to provide that fair market value in eminent domain proceedings be defined as the “highest price the property would bring on the open market;” and to make certain other changes related to eminent domain proceedings?

YES

NO

VOTES

3,025

2,277

PERCENT

57.05

4295

STATE QUESTION #3

Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to require that, before it can enact an exemption from property tax or from sales and use tax, the Nevada Legislature must: (1) make certain findings regarding the social or economic purpose and benefits of the exemption; (2) ensure that similar classes of taxpayers must meet similar requirements for claiming exemptions; and (3) provide a specific date on which the exemption will expire?

YES

NO

VOTES

2,734

2,516

PERCENT

52.08

47.92

STATE QUESTION #4

Shall the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 be amended to authorize the Legislature to amend or repeal any provision of this Act without an additional direct vote of the people whenever necessary to carry out any federal law or interstate agreement for the administration, collection or enforcement of sales and use taxes, and to repeal an exemption from the taxes imposed by this Act on certain aircraft and aircraft components?

YES

NO

VOTES

1,105

4,167

PERCENT

20.96

79.04

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