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The following ballot counts are outstanding in Wood County for this election.

Provisional Ballots Outstanding: 2

Upcoming Election Dates

  • February 19, 2019 - Spring Primary
  • April 2, 2019 - Spring Election

Results for Presidential & General Election, Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

The canvass has been completed for this election and the results below are official.

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PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
ROMNEY/RYAN (Republican) 19704
OBAMA/BIDEN (Democrat) 18581
GOODE/CLYMER (Constitution) 102
JOHNSON/GRAY (Constitution) 286
LA RIVA/RAMIREZ, JR. (Independent) 5
WHITE/SCHERRER (Independent) 5
STEIN/MANSKI (Independent) 136
 
UNITED STATES SENATOR (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
TOMMY G THOMPSON (Republican) 18052
TAMMY BALDWIN (Democrat) 18748
JOSEPH KEXEL (Independent) 959
NIMROD Y.U. ALLEN, III (Independent) 333
 
REP IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 3 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 19/19 Details
CandidateVotes
RAY BOLAND (Republican) 9104
RON KIND (Democrat) 12238
 
REP IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 7 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 27/27 Details
CandidateVotes
SEAN DUFFY (Republican) 9432
PAT KREITLOW (Democrat) 6059
 
STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 24 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 28/28 Details
CandidateVotes
SCOTT KENNETH NOBLE (Republican) 11041
JULIE LASSA (Democrat) 14240
 
REP TO THE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 69 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 14/14 Details
CandidateVotes
SCOTT SUDER (Republican) 4945
PAUL KNOFF (Democrat) 3928
 
REP TO THE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 70 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 20/20 Details
CandidateVotes
NANCY L. VANDERMEER (Republican) 3562
AMY SUE VRUWINK (Democrat) 4642
 
REP TO THE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 72 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 8/8 Details
CandidateVotes
SCOTT S. KRUG (Republican) 8012
JUSTIN D. PLUESS (Democrat) 8745
 
REP TO THE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 86 (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 8/8 Details
CandidateVotes
JOHN SPIROS (Republican) 2033
DENNIS HALKOSKI (Democrat) 1393
 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
CRAIG LAMBERT (Republican) 27995
 
COUNTY CLERK (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
CYNTHIA CEPRESS (Democrat) 28820
 
TREASURER (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
KAREN J. KUBISIAK (Democrat) 28903
 
REGISTER OF DEEDS (Vote for ONE)
Precincts Reporting: 46/46 Details
CandidateVotes
SUSAN E. GINTER (Republican) 28559
 
ARPIN TOWN FIRE DEPT LEVY
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Question 1: Should the Town of Arpin be responsible for 83% of the cost to design, build and equip a new Fire Department building with the Village of Arpin for the purpose of providing fire protection and first responder services? Construction of the new building will cost approximately $800,000.00 and an annual cost of approximately $81.87 per hundred thousand dollars of assessed value for Town residents for a duration of 20 years.
ChoiceVotes
YES 137
NO 280
 
ARPIN VILLAGE FIRE DEPT LEVY
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Question 1: Should the Village of Arpin be responsible for 17% of the cost to design, build and equip a new Fire Department building with the Town of Arpin for the purpose of providing fire protection and first responder services? Construction of the new building will cost approximately $800,000.00 and an annual cost of approximately $84.53 per hundred thousand dollars of assessed value for Town residents for a duration of 20 years.
ChoiceVotes
YES 64
NO 69
 
GRAND RAPIDS TOWN INCREASE LEVY
Precincts Reporting: 1/1 Details
Question 1: Under state law, the increase in the levy of the Town of Grand Rapids for the tax to be imposed for the next fiscal year 2012 is limited to .38%, which results in a levy of $1,172,462. Shall the Town of Grand Rapids be allowed to exceed this limit and increase the levy for the next fiscal year and on an ongoing basis thereafter, by a total of 31.5% which results in a levy of $1,542.185?
ChoiceVotes
YES 1097
NO 3242
 
MARSHFIELD SCHOOL DIST REFERENDUM
Precincts Reporting: 16/16 Details
Question 1: Shall the Unified School District of Marshfield, Clark, Marathon and Wood Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $2,500,000 per year for four years beginning with the 2013-2014 school year and ending with the 2016-2017 school year, for non-recurring purposes consisting of sustaining educational programs?
ChoiceVotes
YES 6686
NO 5148