Posted by: reddiva | August 11, 2010

Results – Connecticut, Colorado, Minnesota and Georgia August 10 Primaries and Runoff


Consider this a disclaimer:

I had a hard time locating any facts and figures for some of this information.  I have provided the links where I have taken the information, but I cannot confirm the accuracy of the information.  In fact, I have to admit, I am a little confused by some of the things I have seen today.

Connecticut Primary winners:

U.S. SENATE:

Linda E. McMahon – 58,206 – 49%  has been declared the Republican Nominee (Not as conservative as I would prefer, but work hard at being sure your voice is loud and clear to her.  She’s a millionaire in her own right, so she is accustomed to hearing money speak – you’ll have to be louder.)

Peter David Schiff – 29,956 – 23% (Good job, Connecticut!  Your first step toward being sure a RINO isn’t your Senate seat to replace Chris Dodd following November’s General Election)

Former congressman Rob Simmons – 33,358 – 28% (He was the one who doesn’t seem to want to represent you – remember?)

REPUBLICAN WINNERS:

FOR GOVERNOR:

Tom Foley – 49,493 – 42%

Michael Fedele – 45,637 – 39%

Oz Briebel – 21,753 – 19%

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:

Danbury Mayor Mark Broughton (running as Governor Candidate Fedele’s running mate.  I do not think there is much effect on that matter.) – 56,300 – 52%

Lisa Wilson-Foley – 51,197 – 48%

U.S. CONGRESS:

District 1:

Ann Brickey – 10,865 – 60%

Mark Zydanowicz – 7,271 – 40%

District 2:

Janet Peckinpaugh – 11,284 – 43%

Daria Irene Novak – 9,846 – 38%

Doug Dublitsky – 5,087 – 19%

District 3:

Incumbent Congressman Rosa DeLauro is to be challenged in November by Republican challenger, Jerry Labriola, Jr.  Both were uncontested in the Primary.

District 4:

State Senator Dan Debicella – 15,906 – 60%

Rob Merkle – 6,393 – 24%

Enrique Raul “Rick” Torres – 4,053 – 15% (Proud of you, Connecticut!  Another Ron Paul-backed Libertarian America doesn’t need.)

District 5:

State Senator Sam Caligiuri – 11,200 – 40%

Justin Bernier – 9.011 – 32%

Mark Daniel Greenberg – 7,974 – 28%

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COLORADO:

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY WINNERS FOR GOVERNOR:

Dan Maes – 196,560 – 50.6%

Scott McInnis – 191,209 – 49.3%

U.S. Senate:

Unfortunately, the incumbent Democrat/Unity Party Michael Bennet – 183,521 – 54.2%

His Democratic opponent was Andrew Romanoff – 155,016 – 45.7%

Republican Candidates:

Ken Buck – 209,967 – 51.5%

Jane Bergman Norton – 197,143 – 48.4%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY WINNERS FOR U.S. CONGRESS:

District 1:

Republican Candidates:

Steven Barton – 0 votes

Mike Fallon – 13,639 – 100%

District 2:

Stephen Bailey – 23,346 – 69.3%

Bob Brancato – 10,305 – 30.6%

District 3:

Scott Tipton – 39,491 – 55.7%

Bob McConnell – 31,360 – 44.2%

District 4: unopposed in the Primary.

District 5:  unopposed in the Primary.

District 6:  unopposed in the Primary.

District 7:

Ryan Frazier – 26,693 – 64.3%

Lang Sias – 14,792 – 35.6%

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GEORGIA

Governor – Republican

Former Secretary of State Karen C. Handel (34% in the 20 July primary) – 288,091 – 49.8%

Former Congressman Nathan Deal (24% in the 20 July primary) – 290.580 – 50.2%

(In my opinion, which is worth exactly that much, Ms. Handel is the less conservative of the two on the stance of abortion, so I will congratulate you, Georgia, on perhaps electing your new Governor during the Republican Primary runoff.)

U.S. House CD 7 – Republican

Rob Woodall (36% in the 20 July primary) – 39,973 – 56.0%

Jody B. Hice (27% in the 20 July primary) – 31,413 – 55.08%

U.S. House CD 9 – Republican

Congressman John Thomas “Tom” Graves, Jr. (Incumbent) (49% in the 20 July primary) – 41,869 – 55.2%

State Senator B. Lee “Lee” Hawkins (27% in the 20 July primary) – 33,961 – 44.8%

U.S. House CD 12 – Republican

Raymond Louis “Ray” McKinney, Sr. (43% in the 20 July primary) – 14,246 – 62.1%

Lawton Carlos “L. Carl” Smith, Jr. (28% in the 20 July primary) – 8,711 – 37.9%

U.S. House CD 13 – Republican

Michael Robert “Mike” Crane (30% in the 20 July primary) – 15,277 – 67.5%

Deborah Travis Honeycutt (26% in the 20 July primary) – 7,345 – 32.5%

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MINNESOTA Primary

The webpage for the Secretary of State for Minnesota gives these unofficial results:

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:

Tom Emmer and Annette T. Meeks:  103,817 – 82.45%

Bob Carney Jr. and William McGaughey – 9,534 – 7.57%

Leslie Davis and Gregory K. Soderberg – 8,291 – 6.58%

Ole’Savior and Todd “Elvis” Anderson – 4,275 – 3.40%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR U.S. CONGRESS:

DISTRICT 1: unopposed in the Primary

DISTRICT 2:

Incumbent Republican John 16,090 – 100%

DISTRICT 3: unopposed in the Primary

DISTRICT 4:

Teresa Collett – 6,807 – 67.34%

Jack Shepard – 3,301 – 32.66%

DISTRICT 5:

Joel Demos – 4,975 100.00%

DISTRICT 6:

Michele Bachmann – 15,440 – 100.00%

DISTRICT 7:

Lee Byberg – 10,910 – 61.00%

Alan Roebke – 6,975 – 39.00%

DISTRICT 8:

Chip Cravaack – 25,990 – 100.00%

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