Quay County election results

By QCS Staff

Quay County provisional election results.
Canvassing of the votes will be at 9 a.m. at the Quay County Commission meeting in the Quay County Court House.

President and Vice President of
The United States

Barack Obama and Joe Biden Democratic Party
11 Precinct No. 1
10 Precinct No. 2
44 Precinct No. 3
7 Precinct No. 4
98 Precinct No. 5
25 Precinct No. 6
166 Precinct No. 7
40 Precinct No. 8
90 Precinct No. 9
96 Precinct No. 10
102 Precinct No. 11
56 Precinct No. 12
170 absentee
631 early
1,546 Total

John McCain and Sarah Palin Republican Party
75 Precinct No. 1
55 Precinct No. 2
112 Precinct No. 3
57 Precinct No. 4
281 Precinct No. 5
94 Precinct No. 6
51 Precinct No. 7
46 Precinct No. 8
106 Precinct No. 9
45 Precinct No. 10
138 Precinct No. 11
107 Precinct No. 12
316 absentee
880 early
2,363 Total

Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente Green Party
0 Precinct No. 1
0 Precinct No. 2
0 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
2 Precinct No. 5
1 Precinct No. 6
1 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
1 Precinct No. 9
1 Precinct No. 10
0 Precinct No. 11
1 Precinct No. 12
0 absentee
6 early
13 Total

Chuck Baldwin and Darrell Castle Constitution Party
0 Precinct No. 1
0 Precinct No. 2
0 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
2 Precinct No. 5
0 Precinct No. 6
0 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
0 Precinct No. 9
0 Precinct No. 10
0 Precinct No. 11
0 Precinct No. 12
0 absentee
0 early
2 Total

Ralph Nader and Matt Gonzales Independent Party
1 Precinct No. 1
0 Precinct No. 2
2 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
4 Precinct No. 5
4 Precinct No. 6
4 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
4 Precinct No. 9
0 Precinct No. 10
4 Precinct No. 11
4 Precinct No. 12
8 absentee
18 early
48 Total

Bob Barr and Wayne A. Root Libertarian Party
1 Precinct No. 1
1 Precinct No. 2
0 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
2 Precinct No. 5
3 Precinct No. 6
0 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
0 Precinct No. 9
0 Precinct No. 10
2 Precinct No. 11
1 Precinct No. 12
2 absentee
7 early
19 Total

United States Senator

Tom Udall Democratic Party
22 Precinct No. 1
20 Precinct No. 2
83 Precinct No. 3
21 Precinct No. 4
166 Precinct No. 5
57 Precinct No. 6
184 Precinct No. 7
58 Precinct No. 8
124 Precinct No. 9
118 Precinct No. 10
146 Precinct No. 11
93 Precinct No. 12
252 absentee
868 early
2,212 Total

Steve Pearce Republican Party
64 Precinct No. 1
46 Precinct No. 2
73 Precinct No. 3
42 Precinct No. 4
217 Precinct No. 5
69 Precinct No. 6
34 Precinct No. 7
28 Precinct No. 8
78 Precinct No. 9
24 Precinct No. 10
99 Precinct No. 11
76 Precinct No. 12
245 absentee
663 early
1,758 Total

United States Representative District 3

Ben R. Lunan Democratic Party
17 Precinct No. 1
14 Precinct No. 2
63 Precinct No. 3
15 Precinct No. 4
133 Precinct No. 5
45 Precinct No. 6
183 Precinct No. 7
49 Precinct No. 8
144 Precinct No. 9
108 Precinct No. 10
118 Precinct No. 11
70 Precinct No. 12
196 absentee
718 early
1,843 Total

Daniel K. East Republican Party
59 Precinct No. 1
45 Precinct No. 2
74 Precinct No. 3
42 Precinct No. 4
198 Precinct No. 5
63 Precinct No. 6
26 Precinct No. 7
30 Precinct No. 8
65 Precinct No. 9
14 Precinct No. 10
104 Precinct No. 11
67 Precinct No. 12
256 absentee
644 early
1,687 Total

Carol Miller Independent
6 Precinct No. 1
7 Precinct No. 2
16 Precinct No. 3
4 Precinct No. 4
38 Precinct No. 5
13 Precinct No. 6
10 Precinct No. 7
6 Precinct No. 8
18 Precinct No. 9
17 Precinct No. 10
19 Precinct No. 11
31 Precinct No. 12
37 absentee
136 early
358 Total

Justice Of The Supreme Court
Charles W. Daniels Democratic Party
39 Precinct No. 1
34 Precinct No. 2
103 Precinct No. 3
31 Precinct No. 4
208 Precinct No. 5
72 Precinct No. 6
179 Precinct No. 7
65 Precinct No. 8
132 Precinct No. 9
111 Precinct No. 10
149 Precinct No. 11
100 Precinct No. 12
309 absentee
971 early
2,503 Total

State Senator District 7
Thomas Jeffrey Carr Democratic Party
10 Precinct No. 1
11 Precinct No. 2
48 Precinct No. 3
13 Precinct No. 4
117 Precinct No. 5
36 Precinct No. 6
157 Precinct No. 7
42 Precinct No. 8
104 Precinct No. 9
89 Precinct No. 10
113 Precinct No. 11
73 Precinct No. 12
170 absentee
668 early
1,651 Total

Clinton D. Harden, Jr. Republican Party
75 Precinct No. 1
53 Precinct No. 2
107 Precinct No. 3
49 Precinct No. 4
247 Precinct No. 5
83 Precinct No. 6
53 Precinct No. 7
39 Precinct No. 8
89 Precinct No. 9
44 Precinct No. 10
128 Precinct No. 11
94 Precinct No. 12
309 absentee
811 early
2,181 Total

State RepresentativeDistrict 67
Craig L. Cosner Democratic Party
34 Precinct No. 1
27 Precinct No. 2
80 Precinct No. 3
21 Precinct No. 4
152 Precinct No. 5
73 Precinct No. 6
156 Precinct No. 7
51 Precinct No. 8
114 Precinct No. 9
95 Precinct No. 10
145 Precinct No. 11
84 Precinct No. 12
249 absentee
924 early
2,205 Total

Dennis J. Roch Republican Party
53 Precinct No. 1
38 Precinct No. 2
78 Precinct No. 3
41 Precinct No. 4
226 Precinct No. 5
53 Precinct No. 6
61 Precinct No. 7
34 Precinct No. 8
90 Precinct No. 9
44 Precinct No. 10
98 Precinct No. 11
84 Precinct No. 12
244 absentee
605 early
1,749 Total

District Judge 10th Judicial District
Division One
Donald C. Schutte Democratic Party
27 Precinct No. 1
20 Precinct No. 2
68 Precinct No. 3
11 Precinct No. 4
156 Precinct No. 5
63 Precinct No. 6
125 Precinct No. 7
40 Precinct No. 8
98 Precinct No. 9
74 Precinct No. 10
119 Precinct No. 11
75 Precinct No. 12
185 absentee
744 early
1,805 Total

Albert J. Mitchell, Jr. Republican Party
59 Precinct No. 1
45 Precinct No. 2
87 Precinct No. 3
52 Precinct No. 4
224 Precinct No. 5
64 Precinct No. 6
94 Precinct No. 7
45 Precinct No. 8
102 Precinct No. 9
68 Precinct No. 10
125 Precinct No. 11
94 Precinct No. 12
304 absentee
781 early
2,144 Total

District Attorney 10th Judicial District
Ronald W. Reeves Democratic Party
41 Precinct No. 1
37 Precinct No. 2
111 Precinct No. 3
35 Precinct No. 4
235 Precinct No. 5
82 Precinct No. 6
186 Precinct No. 7
67 Precinct No. 8
146 Precinct No. 9
109 Precinct No. 10
165 Precinct No. 11
112 Precinct No. 12
332 absentee
1020 early
2,678 Total

Public Education Commission
District 9
Carolyn KennedyShearman Democratic Party
38Precinct No. 1
38 Precinct No. 2
106 Precinct No. 3
34 Precinct No. 4
228 Precinct No. 5
77 Precinct No. 6
184 Precinct No. 7
64 Precinct No. 8
138 Precinct No. 9
112 Precinct No. 10
151 Precinct No. 11
105 Precinct No. 12
322 absentee
970 early
2,567Total

County Commissioner District 1
Robert J. Lopez Democratic Party
0 Precinct No. 1
0 Precinct No. 2
0 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
0 Precinct No. 5
0 Precinct No. 6
192 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
0 Precinct No. 9
121 Precinct No. 10
0 Precinct No. 11
122 Precinct No. 12
79 absentee
351 early
865 Total

County Commissioner District 2
Bill Curry Republican Party
66 Precinct No. 1
51 Precinct No. 2
0 Precinct No. 3
0 Precinct No. 4
0 Precinct No. 5
0 Precinct No. 6
192 Precinct No. 7
0 Precinct No. 8
149 Precinct No. 9
0 Precinct No. 10
181 Precinct No. 11
0 Precinct No. 12
131absentee
298 early
976 Total

County Clerk
Ellen L. White Democratic Party
47 Precinct No. 1
44 Precinct No. 2
118 Precinct No. 3
40 Precinct No. 4
244 Precinct No. 5
95 Precinct No. 6
195 Precinct No. 7
69 Precinct No. 8
155 Precinct No. 9
117 Precinct No. 10
188 Precinct No. 11
124 Precinct No. 12
372 absentee
1,193 early
3,001 Total

County Treasurer
Donna M Dominguez Democratic Party
43Precinct No. 1
35 Precinct No. 2
11 Precinct No. 3
33 Precinct No. 4
232 Precinct No. 5
86 Precinct No. 6
192 Precinct No. 7
65 Precinct No. 8
148 Precinct No. 9
119 Precinct No. 10
178 Precinct No. 11
119 Precinct No. 12
348 absentee
1,121 early
2,830 Total

Election Of Non-Partisan Judges
Shall Patricio M. Serna be retained as
Supreme Court Justice?
2,127 Yes
901 No

Shall Jonathan B. Sutin be retained as
Court of Appeals Judge?

2,236 Yes
759 No

Constitutional Amendment 1
Proposing an amendment to Article 12, Section 15 of the Constitution of New Mexico to increase the
size of certain school boards to nine members and conduct the election by mail-in ballot or as otherwise provided by law.

1,746 For
1,680 Against

Constitutional Amendment 2
Proposing an amendment to Article 10, Section 1 of the Constitution of New Mexico to allow for midterm salary increases for county officers.

988 For
2,499 Against

Constitutional Amendment 3
Proposing an amendment to Article 5 of the
Constitution of New Mexico to require confirmation of cabinet secretaries at the beginning of each term of a governor.

2,467 For
882 Against

Constitutional Amendment 4
Proposing to amend Article 7, Section 1 of the Constitution of New Mexico to allow school
elections to be held at the same time as non-partisan elections.

2,484 For
914 Against

Constitutional Amendment 5
Proposing an amendment to Article 5 of the
Constitution of New Mexico to provide that, in the case of a vacancy in the office of lieutenant governor, the governor shall fill the vacancy by appointment with the consent of the Senate.
2,255 For
1,131 Against

Bond Question A
The 2008 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond
Act authorizes the issuance and sale of senior citizen facility improvement, construction and
equipment acquisition bonds. Shall the state be
authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an
amount not to exceed fourteen million seven hundred twenty-five thousand dollars ($14,725,000) to make capital expenditures for certain senior citizen facility improvements, construction and equipment acquisition projects and provide for a general property tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as permitted by law?

1,879 For
1,506 Against

Bond Question B
The 2008 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond
Act authorizes the issuance and sale of library acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed eleven million nineteen thousand dollars ($11,019,000) to make capital expenditures for academic, public and tribal library acquisitions and
provide for a general property tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as
permitted by law?

1,613For
1,761 Against

Bond Question C
The 2008 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond
Act authorizes the issuance and sale of health facility improvement bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed fifty-seven million nine hundred twenty-five thousand dollars ($57,925,000) to make capital expenditures for cancer research and treatment facilities, other statewide and regional health facilities, educational facilities for statewide dental services and public health and behavioral health facilities and provide for a general
property tax imposition nd levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in
connection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as permitted by law?

2,039 For
1,347 Against

Bond Question D
The 2008 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond
Act authorizes the issuance and sale of higher educational and special schools capital improvement and acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed one hundred forty million one hundred thirty-three thousand dollars ($140,133,000) to make capital expenditures for certain higher educational and special schools capital improvements and acquisitions and provide for a general property tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as permitted by law?

2,126 For
1,371 Against