Elections

Unofficial Results from Precincts:

Orofino #1                 Fraser #6                 Ahsahka #11 
Orofino #2   Greer #7   Pierce #12
Orofino #3   Teakean #8   Elk River #13
Orofino #4   Weippe #9   Grangemont #14
Orofino #5   Headquarters #10   Absentee

(results not official until canvassed)

 Clearwater County Unofficial Results for the November 4, 2014 Election

                           
CANDIDATES FOR UNITED STATES OFFICES  

TOTAL VOTES

 UNITED STATES SENATOR                                                    (Vote for one)  

 

 Nels Mitchell (DEM)

  761

 Jim Risch (REP)

 

 1876

 

 

 

 REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT(Vote for one)    
 Raul R. Labrador (REP)  

 1732

 Shirley G. Ringo (DEM)  

 901

 Write-in  

 

     

 CANIDATES FOR STATE OFFICES

 

TOTAL VOTES

 GOVERNOR                                                                                     (Vote for one)  

 

 A. J. Balukoff (DEM)  

 943

 John T. Bujak (LIB)

 

110

 Jill Humble (IND)

 

 62

 C. L. "Butch" Otter (REP)

 

 1455

 Steve Pankey (CON)  

 54

 Pro-Life (A person, formerly known as Marvin Richardson) (IND)

 

 29

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR                                                       (Vote for one)    
 David Hartigan (CON)  

 116

 Brad Little (REP)  

 1707

 Bert Marley (DEM)  

 776

   

 

 SECRETARY OF STATE                                                             (Vote for one)   

 

 Lawerence E. Denney (REP)  

 1675

 Holli Woodings (DEM)  

 917

   

 

 STATE CONTROLLER                                                               (Vote for one)    

 

 Brandon D. Woolf (REP)  

 2106

     
 STATE TREASURER                                                                   (Vote for one)    
 Ron Crane (REP)    1688
 Deborah Silver (DEM)   888
     
 ATTORNEY GENERAL                                                              (Vote for one)      
 Bruce S. Bistline (DEM)    755
 Lawrence Wasden (REP)   1789
     
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION           (Vote for one)          
 Jana Jones (DEM)    1052
 Sherri Ybarra (REP)    1506
     

 CANIDATES FOR LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT OFFICES

 

TOTAL VOTES

 LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 7 FOR STATE SENATOR     (Vote for one)     
 

 

 Casey Drews (DEM)  

 776

 Sheryl L. Nuxoll (REP)   1838
     
 LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 7 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE    
 POSITION A                                                                                    (Vote for one)     
 Jessica Chilcott (DEM)    884
 Shannon McMillian (REP)    1693
     
 LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 7 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE    
 POSITION B                                                                                    (Vote for one)    
 Kenneth Murray Meyers (DEM)    766
 Paul E. Shepherd (REP)    1815
     

 CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES

 

TOTAL VOTES

 COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT     
Term (4 year)                                                                                (Vote for One)  

 

 John Bostick (REP)    1277
 Don Ebert (DEM)    1384
     
 COUNTY COMMISSIONER SECOND DISTRICT    
Term (2 year)                                                                                 (Vote for One)  

 

 John W. Smith (REP)    2105
     
 CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT                                   (Vote for one)    
 Carrie Bird (DEM)    2130
 Write-in    55
     
 COUNTY TREASURER                                                            (Vote for one)    
 Dawn Erlewine (DEM)    2102
     
 COUNTY ASSESSOR                                                                (Vote for one)    
 Michael T. Goodwin (IND)   1074
 Susan Spencer (REP)   1526
     
 COUNTY CORONER                                                                 (Vote for one)    
 Vincent Frazier (REP)    2141
   

 NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL BALLOT

 

TOTAL VOTES

Shall Magistrate Randall W. Robinson of Clearwater County of the Second    Judicial District be retained in office?    
 Yes   1997
 No    369
     

 IDAHO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

 

TOTAL VOTES

 H.J.R. 2    
"Shall Article III, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended by the addition of a new section 29, to confirm that the legislature may authorize executive rulemaking; however, the legislature shall not relinquish oversight, which such oversight is done by approval or rejection, in whole or in part, of an executive rule; and to provide that the legislature's approval or rejection of such a rule shall not require the approval of the governor?"    
 Yes   1122
 No    1309
     
Meaning, Purpose and Result to be Accomplished    
The Legislature's ability to approve or reject executive rules is an important aspect of the seperation of powers, because these rules have the force and effect of law.  Existing law allows Idaho state agencies to make rules that implement or interpret statutes passed by the Legislature.  The Legislature currently oversees that rulemaking process by accepting or rejecting adopted rules.  The proposed amendment confirms and protects the Legislature's practice to authorize executive branch rulemaking, and to accept or reject adopted rules.    
     
     
                                                               VOTES                   PERCENT                    

 

 Registered Voters Total  

4438

 Voter Turnout  

 2713