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Plymouth Election Results 2012 (UPDATED Nov. 7)

Get your legislative and other local race results here for the 2012 Elections.

The unofficial results from the Secretary of State's website shows the following for local legislative races in Plymouth.

To find the race results for the Plymouth City Council go here.

To find the race results for Osseo School District 279 School Board go here.

To find the results for the two Osseo School District levies go here.

To find the results for the Robbinsdale School Board go here.

To find the results for the Hennepin County District 2 and 7 races go here.

Find the results for the Fourth District Court Judicial Seats.

Find the results for the Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice.

Preliminary results trickled after midnight Nov. 7 and nothing is being called as far as votes for local elections reflected below, here are results thus far reported from both the MN Secretary of State's website and the Hennepin County website. 

Remember, results provided are unofficial results for the 2012 Minnesota general election, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State website. Results for local, state and federal offices are unofficial until canvassing.

Senate District 44 

Name Party Total Votes Percentage David Gaither GOP 21,464 44.04 Terri Bonoff  DFL 27,204 55.81

House District 44A 

Name Party Total Votes Percentage Sarah Anderson GOP 12,114 51.21 Audrey Britton DFL 11,507 48.65

House District 44B

Name Party Total Votes Percentage Mark Stefan  GOP 10,848 44.03 John Benson DFL 13,754 55.82

Senate District 45

Name Party Total Votes Percentage Blair Tremere GOP 15,036 44.40 Ann H. Rest DFL 28,608 65.45

House District 45A

Name Party Total Votes  Percentage Jeff Pauley GOP 8,459 40.26 Lyndon Carlson DFL 12,520 59.59

Senate District 46 

Name Party Total Votes Percentage Paul Scofield GOP 14,680 32.97 Ron Latz DFL 29,755 66.82

House District 46A

Name Party Total Votes Percentage John Swanson GOP 7,860 33.96 Ryan Winkler DFL 15,249 65.89

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Grace McGarvie November 24, 2012 at 11:51 PM
I DO BELIEVE PLYMOUTH HAS TURNED FROM RED TO PURPLE TO BLUE, AND I WOULD LIKE TO BELIEVE THAT PLYMOUTH PROGRESSIVES HAVE HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE CHANGE!!!!!!!!! LOOK AT THESE STATS FOR 2012 CITY OF PLYMOUTH Mitt Romney Barack Obama TOTALS 21,301 22,162

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