State and Presidential Election Results

Read specifically how Hopkinton voted at: https://groups.google.com/a/ hopkintonma.gov/forum/ ?fromgroups#!forum/hopnotices

Read more details on State Results at: http://www.boston.com/news/special/ politics/2012/general/

More details on results throughout the country including 3rd party candidates: http://www.google.com/elections/ed/us/results

OVERALL Results (UNOFFICIAL) for Questions and Candidates on the Hopkinton Ballot:

  • Electors for President and Vice President of the United States
    • JOHNSON AND GRAY, LIBERTARIAN 0 Electoral Votes (Won 1,140,804 popular votes (1.0%) for the Libertarian ticket, breaking the 32-year record held by Ed Clark, who won 921,128 votes (1.06%) in 1980.)
    • OBAMA AND BIDEN, DEMOCRAT 303 Electoral Votes, Popular Vote 50.1%
    • ROMNEY AND RYAN, REPUBLICAN 206 Electoral Votes, Popular Vote 48.4%
    • STEIN AND HONKALA, GREEN-RAINBOW 0 Electoral Votes (396,684 popular votes (0.3%) for the Green Party)
  • Senator in US Congress
    • SCOTT P. BROWN, REPUBLICAN (Incumbent) 46.1%
    • ELIZABETH A. WARREN, DEMOCRAT 53.9%
  • Representative in US Congress (4th District)
    • SEAN BIELAT, REPUBLICAN 36.3%
    • JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, III, DEMOCRAT 60.9%
    • DAVID A. ROSA, INDEPENDENT 2.8%
  • Councillor
    • ROBERT L. JUBINVILLE, DEMOCRAT 60%
    • EARL H. SHOLLEY, REPUBLICAN 40%
  • Senator in General Court (2nd Middlesex and Norfolk District)
    • KAREN E. SPILKA, DEMOCRAT (Incumbent)
  • Representative in General Court (8th Middlesex District)
    • CAROLYN C. DYKEMA, DEMOCRAT (Incumbent) 59%
    • MARTIN A. LAMB, REPUBLICAN 41%
  • Clerk of Courts (Middlesex County)
    • MICHAEL A. SULLIVAN, DEMOCRAT (Incumbent)
  • Register of Deeds (Middlesex Southern District)
    • MARIA C. CURTATONE, DEMOCRAT
  • Sherrif (Middlesex County)
    • PETER J. KOUTOUJIAN, DEMOCRAT 77%
    • ERNESTO M. PETRONE, UNENROLLED 23%
  • State Ballot Question 1– Right to Repair / Safe and Fair Repair
    • A YES VOTE 85% would enact the proposed law requiring motor vehicle manufacturers to allow vehicle owners and independent repair facilities in Massachusetts to have access to the same vehicle diagnostic and repair information made available to the manufacturers’ Massachusetts dealers and authorized repair facilities.
    • A NO VOTE 15% would make no change in existing laws.
  • State Ballot Question 2– Death with Dignity / Assisted Suicide
    • A YES VOTE 49% would enact the proposed law allowing a physician licensed in Massachusetts to prescribe medication, at the request of a terminally-ill patient meeting certain conditions, to end that person’s life.
    • A NO VOTE 51% would make no change in existing laws.
  • State Ballot Question 3– Eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medical use of marijuana
    • A YES VOTE 63% would enact the proposed law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medial use of marijuana allowing patients meeting certain conditions to obtain marijuana produced and distributed by new state-regulated centers or, in specific hardship cases, to grow marijuana for their own use.
    • A NO VOTE 37% would make no change in existing laws.