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Cumberland County county-wide results - General Election 8 Nov 2016

Click headline for county wide results for Cumberland County's votes in the November 8, 2016 General Election. Winning names are in bold, and vote counts and percentages follow each name.
More election coverage will follow during the day. Check back often.

President and Vice President of the United States (Vote For 1)
  • Donald J. TRUMP / Michael R. PENCE, Republican, 2502, 81.6%
  • Hillary Rodham CLINTON / Timothy Michael KAINE, Democrat, 459, 14.97%
  • Gary JOHNSON / Bill WELD, Libertarian, 67, 2.19%
  • Rocky Roque DE LA FUENTE / Michael STEINBERG, American Delta, 5, 0.16%
  • Jill STEIN / Ajamu BARAKA, Green, 11, 0.36%
  • Evan McMULLIN / Nathan JOHNSON, Independent, 22, 0.72%

US Senator (Vote For 1)
  • Rand PAUL, Republican, 2261, 78.18%
  • Jim GRAY, Democrat, 631, 21.82%

US Representative, 1st Congressional District (Vote For 1)
  • James R. COMER, Republican, 2567, 88.46%
  • Samuel L. GASKINS, Democrat, 335, 11.54%

SPECIAL ELECTION, US Representative, 1st Congressional District, Unexpired Term (Vote For 1)
  • James R. COMER, Republican, 2466, 87.85%
  • Samuel L. GASKINS, Democrat, 341, 12.15%

State Representative, 83rd Representative District (Vote For 1)
  • Jeff HOOVER, Republican, 2320, 100%

MEMBER BOARD of EDUCATION 1st Educational District (Vote For 1)
  • John McCLOUGHAN, 169, 24.67%
  • Kristy Flowers WILLIAMS, 516, 75.33%

MEMBER BOARD of EDUCATION 3rd Educational District (Unexpired Term) (Vote For 1)
  • Donna THURMAN, 170, 100%

MEMBER BOARD of EDUCATION 5th Educational District (Vote For 1)
  • Stevie MUSE, 245, 38.58%
  • Jackie BRYANT, 390, 61.42%

CITY COUNCIL City of Burkesville (Vote For 6)
  • Michelle BELL, 260, 9.24%
  • Terry MURPHY, 374, 13.29%
  • Odis YOUNG, 328, 11.66%
  • Billy MAXEY, 365, 12.97%
  • Glen Allen MURPHY, 364, 12.94%
  • Bernice S. BOSTON, 245, 8.71%
  • Lana Shaw OWENS, 279, 9.91%
  • Billy N. GUFFEY, 343, 12.19%
  • Fayette "Doc" YOUNG, 256, 9.1%

Note: For precinct level detail, visit KY State Board of Elections

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