Avery County Votes Overwhelmingly in Support of the Marriage Amendment with 81% For; New Commissioner

Published Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 10:30 am

Last updated: May 9, 11:59 a.m.

Avery County Board of Commissioners

Choices (REP): Robert Fay, Robert “Reo” Griffith, Scott Heath, Martha Hicks, Kenny Poteat, David Cuthbertson 

Final totals (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
Fay: 369 votes — 3.66 percent.

Griffith: 2,106 votes — 20.88 percent.
Heath: 1,723 votes — 17.08 percent.
Hicks: 2,487 votes — 24.65 percent.
Poteat: 1,951 votes — 19.34 percent.
Cuthbertson: 1,452 votes — 14.39 percent. 

Avery County Board of Education

Choices: Kathey Aldridge, John Greene, John Hicks, Keith Tutterow, write-in

Final totals (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
Aldridge: 2,932 votes — 26.32 percent.

Greene: 2,850 votes — 25.59 percent.
Hicks: 2,567 votes — 23.05 percent.
Tutterow: 2,733 votes — 24.54 percent.
Write-in: 57 votes — 0.51 percent.

Avery County Register of Deeds

Choices (REP): Renee Dellinger, Rhonda Hollifield

Results (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
Dellinger wins with 3,119 votes — 78.43 percent.

Constitutional Marriage Amendment (Amendment One)

Choices: For, Against

Results: (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
For: 4,264 votes — 80.90 percent.
Against: 1,007 votes — 19.10 percent. 

N.C. State Senate, District 45

Choices (REP): George Robinson, Dan Soucek

Results (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
Soucek wins with 2,402 votes — 69.72 percent.

U.S. House of Representatives, District 11

Choices (DEM): Tom Hill, Hayden Rogers, Cecil Bothwell

Results (19 of 19 precincts reporting):
Rogers wins with 253 votes — 54.18 percent. 

Compiled by Paul T. Choate.

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