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Middletown Election Voter Turnout: 84%

More than 20,000 city residents cast their vote during the Presidential election Tuesday.

 

Here's how your Middletown neighbors voted on Election Day 2012. Winners are in bold. Of the city's 24,032 registered voters, 83.74 percent — or 20,124 — turned out at the polls.

In 2008, the city had 84.7 percent voter turnout.

President and Vice President

  • (R) Romney/Ryan 6,105
  • (D) Obama/Ryan 13,830
  • (I) Anderson/Rodriquez, 78
  • (L) Johnson/Gray, 206
  • Harris/Deluca, 2 (write-in)
  • Stein/Honkala, 31 (write-in)

U.S. Senate

  • (R) Linda E. McMahon, 6,470
  • (D) Christopher D. Murphy, 12,487
  • (L) Paul Passarelli, 396
  • Jeff Russell, 1 (write-in)

1st Congressional District

  • (R) John Henry Decker, 699
  • (D) John B. Larson, 1,493
  • (G) S. Michael DeRose, 43
  • Matthew M. Corey (petitioning), 10

3rd Congressional District

  • (R) Wayne Winsley, 3,802
  • (D) Rosa L. DeLauro, 12,833

9th State Senatorial District

  • (R) Joe DiNunzio, 3,024
  • (D) Paul R. Doyle, 8,871

13th State Senatorial District

  • (R) Len Suzio, 2,704
  • (D) Dante Bartolomeo, 3,886

33rd Assembly District

  • (R) Callie L. Grippo, 2,519
  • (D) Joseph C. Serra, 6,349

100th Assembly District

  • (R) Deborah Kleckowski, 3,055 
  • (D) Matthew Lesser, 6,673

Registrar of Voters

  • (R) Janice A. Gionfriddo, 5,918
  • (D) Sandra L. Faraci, 12,134

Sewer Project Referendum Question

  • Yes, 11,003 
  • No, 4,942

Senior/Community Center Referendum Question

  • Yes, 10,881
  • No, 5,259

City Registers Nearly 300 New Voters With Extension

Christopher Schaefer November 08, 2012 at 03:09 PM
A great win for cronyism: http://RosaDeLauroExposed.wordpress.com/

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