2012 Elections
In Carver County, a whopping 53,079 out of 55,366 registered voters cast ballots in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This equates to approximately 96 percent of all registered voters making it out to vote. Unofficial election results for Carver County (winners denoted with “X”): Presiden...Read More
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In the only contested race on the ballot in Waconia, Charles Erickson has defeated incumbent Larry Millender in the race for Council Member for Ward 2. According to unofficial results provided by Carver County, Erickson received 1,155 votes (50.68 percent) to Millender’s 1,108 votes (48.62 percent...Read More
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In the Minnesota State Senate District 47 race between incumbent Julianne Ortman (R) and challenger Jim Weygand (DFL), Ortman will be returning to the senate after defeating Weygand by a margin of approximately two to one in the general election held on Tuesday, Nov. 6. According to unofficial resul...Read More
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As expected, the three candidates vying for the three open seats on the Waconia School Board were elected during the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 6. According to unofficial results provided by Carver County, incumbent Cathy Thom received 4,664 votes, Naomi Erickson received 4,224 votes, and Ken...Read More
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A tie occurred in the race for Council Member in New Germany after unofficial results of the General Election were released by Carver County on Tuesday, Nov. 6. In the race, three candidates were running for two seats. Shirley Jaeger won one of the seats with 108 votes. Ty Turnquist and Cathy Ruschm...Read More
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According to unofficial results provided by the Minnesota Secretary of State website for the General Election held Tuesday, Nov. 6, Rick Weible will be returning as mayor of St. Bonifacius. Weible, who ran uncontested, received 948 votes. There were 43 write-in votes for mayor. Robert Smestad Jr. (7...Read More
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