Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

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With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent.

President of the United States

Republican

Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent

John Kasich – 12.65 percent

Donald Trump – 46.21 percent

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 45.79 percent

Bernie Sanders –54.21 percent

United States Senate (1 seat)

Republican

Marlin A. Stutzman – 26.28 percent

Todd Young – 73.72 percent

United States Representative – District 5

Republican

*Susan W. Brooks – 68.23 percent

Mike Campbell – 12.96 percent

Stephen M. MacKenzie – 18.81 percent

Democrat

Allen R. Davidson –22.96 percent

Angela J. Demaree – 77.04 percent

Indiana State Senator – District 20

Republican

*Luke Kenley – 60.75 percent

Scott Willis – 39.25 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 24

Republican

Greg Fettig – 46.4 percent

*Donna Schaibley – 53.6 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 39

Republican

Tom D. Linkmeyer – 47.38 percent

*Jerry Torr – 52.62 percent

Hamilton Co. Judge – Superior Court No. 2

Republican

Jon Brown – 51.33 percent

David K. Najjar – 48.67 percent

Hamilton Co. Commissioner – District 3

Republican

*Mark Heirbrandt – 56.95 percent

Bill Smythe – 43.05 percent

Hamilton Co. Council – At-Large (3 seats)

Republican

*Brad Beaver – 20.92 percent

Bill Dennis – 11.31 percent

Jeff Hern – 22.8 percent

George Kehl – 19.91 percent

*Rick McKinney –25.07 percent

Noblesville Schools Referendum

Yes – 72.98 percent

No – 27.02 percent

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Referendum

Yes – 71.42 percent

No – 28.58 percent

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Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

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With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent.

President of the United States

Republican

Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent

John Kasich – 12.65 percent

Donald Trump – 46.21 percent

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 45.79 percent

Bernie Sanders –54.21 percent

United States Senate (1 seat)

Republican

Marlin A. Stutzman – 26.28 percent

Todd Young – 73.72 percent

United States Representative – District 5

Republican

*Susan W. Brooks – 68.23 percent

Mike Campbell – 12.96 percent

Stephen M. MacKenzie – 18.81 percent

Democrat

Allen R. Davidson –22.96 percent

Angela J. Demaree – 77.04 percent

Indiana State Senator – District 20

Republican

*Luke Kenley – 60.75 percent

Scott Willis – 39.25 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 24

Republican

Greg Fettig – 46.4 percent

*Donna Schaibley – 53.6 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 39

Republican

Tom D. Linkmeyer – 47.38 percent

*Jerry Torr – 52.62 percent

Hamilton Co. Judge – Superior Court No. 2

Republican

Jon Brown – 51.33 percent

David K. Najjar – 48.67 percent

Hamilton Co. Commissioner – District 3

Republican

*Mark Heirbrandt – 56.95 percent

Bill Smythe – 43.05 percent

Hamilton Co. Council – At-Large (3 seats)

Republican

*Brad Beaver – 20.92 percent

Bill Dennis – 11.31 percent

Jeff Hern – 22.8 percent

George Kehl – 19.91 percent

*Rick McKinney –25.07 percent

Noblesville Schools Referendum

Yes – 72.98 percent

No – 27.02 percent

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Referendum

Yes – 71.42 percent

No – 28.58 percent

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Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

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With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent.

President of the United States

Republican

Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent

John Kasich – 12.65 percent

Donald Trump – 46.21 percent

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 45.79 percent

Bernie Sanders –54.21 percent

United States Senate (1 seat)

Republican

Marlin A. Stutzman – 26.28 percent

Todd Young – 73.72 percent

United States Representative – District 5

Republican

*Susan W. Brooks – 68.23 percent

Mike Campbell – 12.96 percent

Stephen M. MacKenzie – 18.81 percent

Democrat

Allen R. Davidson –22.96 percent

Angela J. Demaree – 77.04 percent

Indiana State Senator – District 20

Republican

*Luke Kenley – 60.75 percent

Scott Willis – 39.25 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 24

Republican

Greg Fettig – 46.4 percent

*Donna Schaibley – 53.6 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 39

Republican

Tom D. Linkmeyer – 47.38 percent

*Jerry Torr – 52.62 percent

Hamilton Co. Judge – Superior Court No. 2

Republican

Jon Brown – 51.33 percent

David K. Najjar – 48.67 percent

Hamilton Co. Commissioner – District 3

Republican

*Mark Heirbrandt – 56.95 percent

Bill Smythe – 43.05 percent

Hamilton Co. Council – At-Large (3 seats)

Republican

*Brad Beaver – 20.92 percent

Bill Dennis – 11.31 percent

Jeff Hern – 22.8 percent

George Kehl – 19.91 percent

*Rick McKinney –25.07 percent

Noblesville Schools Referendum

Yes – 72.98 percent

No – 27.02 percent

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Referendum

Yes – 71.42 percent

No – 28.58 percent

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Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

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With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent.

President of the United States

Republican

Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent

John Kasich – 12.65 percent

Donald Trump – 46.21 percent

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 45.79 percent

Bernie Sanders –54.21 percent

United States Senate (1 seat)

Republican

Marlin A. Stutzman – 26.28 percent

Todd Young – 73.72 percent

United States Representative – District 5

Republican

*Susan W. Brooks – 68.23 percent

Mike Campbell – 12.96 percent

Stephen M. MacKenzie – 18.81 percent

Democrat

Allen R. Davidson –22.96 percent

Angela J. Demaree – 77.04 percent

Indiana State Senator – District 20

Republican

*Luke Kenley – 60.75 percent

Scott Willis – 39.25 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 24

Republican

Greg Fettig – 46.4 percent

*Donna Schaibley – 53.6 percent

Indiana State Representative – District 39

Republican

Tom D. Linkmeyer – 47.38 percent

*Jerry Torr – 52.62 percent

Hamilton Co. Judge – Superior Court No. 2

Republican

Jon Brown – 51.33 percent

David K. Najjar – 48.67 percent

Hamilton Co. Commissioner – District 3

Republican

*Mark Heirbrandt – 56.95 percent

Bill Smythe – 43.05 percent

Hamilton Co. Council – At-Large (3 seats)

Republican

*Brad Beaver – 20.92 percent

Bill Dennis – 11.31 percent

Jeff Hern – 22.8 percent

George Kehl – 19.91 percent

*Rick McKinney –25.07 percent

Noblesville Schools Referendum

Yes – 72.98 percent

No – 27.02 percent

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Referendum

Yes – 71.42 percent

No – 28.58 percent

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Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

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With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent.

President of the United States

Republican

Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent

John Kasich – 12.65 percent

Donald Trump – 46.21 percent

Democrat

Hillary Clinton – 45.79 percent

Bernie Sanders –54.21 percent

 

United States Senate (1 seat)

Republican

Marlin A. Stutzman – 26.28 percent

Todd Young – 73.72 percent

 

United States Representative – District 5

Republican

*Susan W. Brooks – 68.23 percent

Mike Campbell – 12.96 percent

Stephen M. MacKenzie – 18.81 percent

Democrat

Allen R. Davidson –22.96 percent

Angela J. Demaree – 77.04 percent

 

Indiana State Senator – District 20

Republican

*Luke Kenley – 60.75 percent

Scott Willis – 39.25 percent

 

Indiana State Representative – District 24

Republican

Greg Fettig – 46.4 percent

*Donna Schaibley – 53.6 percent

 

Indiana State Representative – District 39

Republican

Tom D. Linkmeyer – 47.38 percent

*Jerry Torr – 52.62 percent

 

Hamilton Co. Judge – Superior Court No. 2

Republican

Jon Brown – 51.33 percent

David K. Najjar – 48.67 percent

 

Hamilton Co. Commissioner – District 3

Republican

*Mark Heirbrandt – 56.95 percent

Bill Smythe – 43.05 percent

 

Hamilton Co. Council – At-Large (3 seats)

Republican

*Brad Beaver – 20.92 percent

Bill Dennis – 11.31 percent

Jeff Hern – 22.8 percent

George Kehl – 19.91 percent

*Rick McKinney –25.07 percent

 

Noblesville Schools Referendum

Yes – 72.98 percent

No – 27.02 percent

 

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Referendum

Yes – 71.42 percent

No – 28.58 percent

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