How Quay County Voted

How Quay County Voted 2006
(vote count is based on provisional numbers)

United States Senator
l Jeff Bingaman: 2,231
Democratic Party
l Allen W. McCullough: 981
Republican Party

United States Representative
l Tom Udall: 2,243
Democratic Party
l Ronald M. Dolin: 1,003
Republican Party

Governor and Lieutenant Governor
l Bill Richardson and
Diane D. Denish: 2,130
Democratic Party
l John Dendahl and Sue Wilson Beffort: 1,101
Republican Party

Secretary of State
l Mary Herrera: 1,637
Democratic Party
l Vickie S. Perea: 1,484
Republican Party

State Auditor
l Hector H. Balderas: 1,586
Democratic Party
l Lorenzo Garcia: 1,381
Republican Party

State Treasurer
l James B. Lewis: 1,967
Democratic Party
l Demesia Padilla: 1,146
Republican Party

Attorney General
l Gary K. King: 1,854
Democratic Party
l Jim Bibb: 1,359
Republican Party

Commissioner of Public Lands
l Jim Bacca: 1,078
Democratic Party
l Patrick H. Lyons: 2,168
Republican Party

State Representative
l Brian K. Moore: 2,304
Republican Party

Public Regulation Commissioner
l Stephanie L. DuBois: 1,457
Democratic Party
l David W. King: 1,654
Republican Party

Magistrate Judge
l David Joel Garnett: 2,076
Democratic Party
l Edwin A. Bruhn: 1,178
Republican Party

County Commissioner District 1
l Robert J. Lopez: 733
Democratic Party

County Commissioner District 3
l Franklin D. McCasland: 909
Democratic Party

County Assessor
l Janie L. Murray: 2,491
Democratic Party

County Sheriff
l Joe Schallert: 2,278
Democratic Party
l James L. Witcher: 945
Republican Party

Probate Judge
l Sue Smith Moore: 2,508
Democratic Party

Election of Non-Partisan Judges
Shall Edward L. Chavez be retained as a Justice of the Supreme Court?
l Yes: 1,868
l No: 658

Shall Cynthia A. Fry be retained as a Judge of the Court of Appeals?
l Yes: 1,968
l No: 557

Shall Lynn Pickard be retained as a Judge of the Court of Appeals?
l Yes: 1,909
l No: 571

Shall Jim Wechsler be retained as a Judge of the Court of Appeals?
l Yes: 1,860
l No: 604

Constitutional Amendments
Constitutional Amendment No. 1
Proposing to repeal Article 2, Section 22 of the Constitution of New Mexico, in order to protect the right of all persons to acquire and possess real property.
l For: 1,708
l Against:1,016

Constitutional Amendment No. 2
Proposing to amend the Constitution of the New Mexico to allow the state and school district, including charter schools, to enter into agreements for the leasing of buildings and other real property with an option to purchase.
l For: 1,791
l Against: 954

Constitutional Amendment No. 3
Proposing an amendment to Article 16 of the Constitution of New Mexico to add a new section to provide for a water trust fund.
• For: 1,477
• Against: 1,180

Constitutional Amendment No. 4
Proposing an amendment to Article 9, Section 14 of the Constitution of New Mexico to permit the state, an instrumentality of the state and local government to provide or pay a portion of the cost of land, buildings or necessary financing for affordable housing projects.
l For: 1,222
l Against: 1,475

Bond Questions
Bond Issue A
The 2006 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of senior citizen facility improvement and construction bonds.
l For: 1,488
l Against: 1,234

Bond Issue B
The 2006 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of higher educational capital improvement and acquisition bonds.
l For: 1,423
l Against: 1,318

Bond Issue C
The 2006 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of public library acquisition bonds.
l For: 1,246
l Against: 1,437

— Compiled by QCS staff