Elections: See How Oakville, Lemay Voted in November
We've been waiting, but we finally have them - the November 2012 election results broken down for Oakville and Lemay townships. See how your neighborhood voted.
Feeling nostalgic for those days spent number-crunching and poll-watching before November's election? Never fear.
St. Louis County published election results by township last month, including in depth results from Oakville, Lemay and Concord.
Of the 27,983 voters registered in Oakville, 22,131 people turned out to the polls, earning Oakville a 79 percent turnout rate.
In the race for president, 59.61 percent of voters voted for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Barack Obama earned 38.88 percent, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earned 1.1 percent and Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode earned .23 percent.
Here's who else won in Oakville, and by what percentage. Items in italics indicate Oakville winners who did not win the final, official tally:
- U.S. Senator: Democrat Claire McCaskill, 51%
- U.S. Representative: Republican Ann Wagner, 63%
- Governor: Democrat Jay Nixon, 50.7%
- Lieutenant Governor: Republican Peter Kinder, 55%
- Secretary of State: Republican Shane Schoeller: 52%
- State Treasurer: Democrat Clint Zweifel: 48% (Zweifel only won by 71 votes.)
- Attorney General: Democrat Chris Koster, 50.96%
- State Senator: Republican Jim Lembke, 61%
- State Representative 94: Republican Cloria Brown, 50%
- State Representative 95: Republican Marsha Haefner, 60%
- County Council: Democrat Steve Stenger, 51%
Of the 21,678 voters registered in Lemay, 14,825 turned out to vote, giving the township a 68.39 voter turnout percentage.
Barack Obama and Joe Biden won Lemay with 53.39 percent of the vote. Mitt Romney earned 44.29 percent, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earned 1.57percent and Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode earned .32 percent.
Here's who else won in Lemay, and by what percentage. Items in italics indicate Lemay inners who did not win the final, official tally:
- U.S. Senator: Democrat Claire McCaskill, 63%
- U.S. Representative: Democrat Glenn Koenen, 48% (Koenen won by 9 votes.)
- Governor: Democrat Jay Nixon, 62%
- Lieutenant Governor: Democrat Susan Montee, 53%
- Secretary of State: Democrat Jason Kander, 58%
- State Treasurer: Democrat Clint Zweifel, 60%
- Attorney General: Democrat Chris Koster, 62%
- State Senator: Democrat Scott Sifton, 52%
- State Representative 94: Democrat Vicki Lorenz Englund, 54%
- County Council: Democrat Steve Stenger, 61%