Student Election Results

Anushka Patil

These are the results of our 2012 student mock election. This post, the banner on our homepage, and our Twitter will be updated throughout the day as votes come in.

To view the ballot and voting resources, including guides to all state propositions, click here. Voting is open in the library until 3:30 p.m. You must have your student ID to vote.

Percentages will not add up to 100%. Only leading numbers are shown; full results will be uploaded at the end of the night.

Final election results:

President and Vice President
Winner: Barack Obama and Joseph Biden (Democratic) 74%

Santa Clara Valley Water District
Winner: Patrick S. Kwok 44%

FUHSD Governing Board Member
(Voters could vote for up to two candidates. The following percentages represent the total percentage of votes for the winning candidates.)
Winners: Jeff Moe 55% and Nancy Newton 31%


Proposition 30
Yes 76%, No 24%

Proposition 31
Yes 59%, No 41%

Proposition 32
Yes 47%, No 53%

Proposition 33
Yes 53%, No 47%

Proposition 34
Yes 54%, No 46%

Proposition 35
Yes 79%, No 21%

Proposition 36
Yes 71%, No 29%

Proposition 37
Yes 63%, No 37%

Proposition 38
Yes 67%, No 33%

Proposition 39
Yes 74%, No 26%

Proposition 40
Yes 53%, No 47%

Measure A
Yes 67%, No 33%

Measure B
Yes 92%, No 8%

As of 9:00 a.m.:

President and Vice President (leading numbers)

Obama – Biden 70%

Romney – Ryan 25%

Santa Clara Valley Water District (leading numbers)

Patrick. S. Kwok 45%

Nai Hsueh 34%

FUHSD Governing Board Member (Voters could vote for up to two candidates. The following percentages represent the total percentage of votes for each the leading candidates.)

Jeff Moe 32 %

Nancy Newton 17%

Proposition 30

Yes 66%

No 30%

Proposition 31

Yes 43%

No 49%

Proposition 32

Yes 42%

No 53%

Proposition 33

Yes 49%

No 47%

Proposition 34

Yes 47%

No 42%

Proposition 35

Yes 74%

No 17%

Proposition 36

Yes 60%

No 28%

Proposition 37

Yes 62%

No 28%

Proposition 38

Yes 60%

No 30%

Proposition 39

Yes 60%

No 28%

Proposition 40

Yes 34%

No 55%

Measure A

Yes 66%

No 25%

Measure B

Yes 85%

No 8%

 

 
A correction was made on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 10:39 a.m. The winning percentages were recalculated without the abstained votes.