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2016 General Election results

Results of contested races in Harrison County (39 of 39 precincts reporting):

President of the United States

Donald J. Trump (R) – 12,933

Hillary Clinton (D) – 4,776

Gary Johnson (L) – 759

United States Senator

Todd Young (R) – 11,435

Evan Bayh (D) – 6,570

Lucy Brenton (L) – 580

Governor

Eric Holcomb (R) – 11,680

John R. Gregg (D) – 6,297

Rex Bell (L) – 417

Attorney General

Curtis T. Hill Jr. (R) – 12,829

Lorenzo Arredondo (D) – 4,888

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Jennifer McCormick (R) – 11,160

Glenda Ritz (D) – 6,462

United States Representative – Ninth District

Trey Hollingsworth (R) – 10,801

Shelli Yoder (D) – 6,697

Russell Brooksbank (L) – 895

District-wide: Hollingsworth 174,698 – Yoder 130,539 – Brooksbank 17,417

State Representative – District 70

Karen Engleman (R) – 12,123

Heidi Cade Sellers (D) – 5,100

District-wide: Engleman 20,592 – Sellers 11,008

State Representative – District 73

Steve Davisson (R) – 600

Douglas Leatherbury (D) – 336

District-wide: Davisson 18,719 – Leatherbury 6,988

County Recorder

Debbie Dennison (R) – 11,013

Cathy Elbert McCarty (D) – 6,897

County Coroner

Gary Gilley (R) – 12,150

Willard M. Haas (D) – 6,122

County Surveyor

Harold L. Klinstiver (R) – 9,711

Russell (Rusty) Sizemore (D) – 8,433

County Commissioner – District 2

Kenneth R. Saulman (R) – 10,686

Aaron B. Haggard (D) – 7,368

County Council At-Large (Elect 3)

Gary W. Byrne (R) – 9,203

Jennie Engleman Capelle (R) – 9,046

Donnie Hussung (R) – 8,806

Sandy Gettelfinger (D) – 7,009

Houston Mathes (D) – 3,768

James F. Yeager (D) – 6,190

Lanesville School Board (Elect 3)

Jaycen Marat Abell – 946

Chan Bailey – 960

Sharon Rothrock – 1,414

Robert L. Schickel – 1,455

Public Question No. 1: Shall the Constitution of the State of Indiana be amended by adding a Section 39 to Article 1 to provide that the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife shall be forever preserved for the public good, subject only to the laws prescribed by the General Assembly and rules prescribed by virtue of the authority of the General Assembly to: (1) promote wildlife conservation and management; and (2) preserve the future of hunting and fishing?
Yes – 13,803
No – 2,131
State-wide: Yes 2,223,778 – No 483,430

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