My 2014 Election Results
Since I live in the People's Democratic Republic of Dane County, I take great pride in having a losing record in each election that I vote in. This year was no exception. I finished with a 1-14 record. (My vote is in italics; the winning vote is bolded.)
Governor & Lieutenant Governor
- Mary Burke / John Lehman (Democratic), 47%
- Scott Walker / Rebecca Kleefisch (Republican), 52%
- Dennis Fehr / No Candidate (People's Party), 0%
- Robert Burke / Joseph M. Brost (Libertarian), 1%
- Susan V. Happ (Democratic), 45%
- Brad Schimel (Republican), 52%
- Thomas A. Nelson, Sr. (Libertarian), 3%
Secretary of State
- Doug La Follette (Democratic), 50%
- Julian Bradley (Republican), 46%
- Jerry Broitzman (Constitution), 1%
- Andy Craig (Libertarian), 3%
- David L. Sartori - (Democratic), 45%
- Matt Adamczyk - (Republican), 49%
- Andrew Zuelke - (Constitution), 1%
- Ron Hardy - (Wisconsin Green Party), 3%
- Jerry Shidell - (Libertarian), 2%
U.S. Congress, District 2
- Mark Pocan (Democratic), 68%
- Peter Theron (Republican), 32%
State Senator, District 27
- Jon Erpenbach (Democratic)
- Write-in: [I forgot what name I wrote in]
Assembly Representative, District 80
- Sondy Pope (Democratic)
- Write-in: Tony Stark
- David J. Mahoney (Democratic)
- Write-in: Capt. America
Clerk of Circuit Court
- Carlo Esqueda
Question 1: "Creation of a Transportation Fund. Shall section 9 (2) of article IV and section 11 of article VIII of the constitution be created to require that revenues generated by use of the state transportation system be deposited into a transportation fund administered by a department of transportation for the exclusive purpose of funding Wisconsin's transportation systems and to prohibit any transfers or lapses from this fund?"
- Yes, (80%)
- No, (20%)
Question 1: "Should the State of Wisconsin increase the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour?"
- Yes, (74%)
- No, (26%)
Question 2: "Shall the next Governor and State Legislature accept available federal funds for BadgerCare to ensure that thousands of Wisconsin citizens have access to quality and affordable health coverage?"
- Yes, (82%)
- No, (18%)
Shall the Village of Oregon adopt the following Resolution?
RESOLVED, the people of the Village of Oregon, Wisconsin, call for reclaiming democracy from the corrupting effects of undue corporate influence by amending the U.S. Constitution to establish that:
Only human beings - not corporations, unions, non-profits, or similar associations - are endowed with constitutional rights; and
Money is not speech, and, therefore, regulating political contributions and spending is not equivalent to limiting political speech.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that we hereby instruct our state and federal representatives to enact Resolutions and legislation to advance this effort.
- Yes, (80%)
- No, (20%)
Oregon School District
Question 1: "Shall the Oregon School District, Dane, Rock and Green Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $54,600,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school building and improvement program consisting of the construction of additions to and renovation and improvement of Oregon High School, Oregon Middle School and Brooklyn Elementary School; renovation and improvement of Prairie View Elementary School and Netherwood Elementary School; acquisition and installation of technology improvements; roof replacement at District buildings; HVAC upgrades at the swimming pool; and construction of storm water improvements and other site improvements on the JC Park East property?"
- Yes, (63%)
- No, (37%)
Question 2: "Shall the Oregon School District, Dane, Rock and Green Counties, Wisconsin, for the 2015-2016 school year and thereafter be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $355,864 a year, for recurring purposes of paying operation and maintenance expenses associated with new or upgraded District facilities?"
- Yes, (61%)
- No, (39%)