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Junior Danielle Arriola files her ballot after voting in a mock election Thursday morning at Trinity High School.

Trinity votes Republican red

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Trinity votes Republican red
Dickinson North Dakota 1815 1st Street West 58602

Junior Danielle Arriola files her ballot after voting in a mock election Thursday morning at Trinity High School. While the results for candidate races were down the line Republican, five measures were also put to the student voter test.

Republican nominee Mitt Romney was the overwhelming choice as president of the United States, defeating President Barack Obama by 172 votes to 13 in a mock election Thursday at Trinity High School.

The results were as follows:

President

Johnson 5

Obama 13

Goode 1

Stein 3

Romney 172

U.S. Senator

Heidi Heitkamp 13

Rick Berg 181

Representative

Kevin Cramer 174

Pam Gulleson 8

Eric Olson 11

Gov. and Lt. Gov.

Taylor and Chaffee 9

Dalrymple and Wrigley 169

Riemers and Johns 8

Sorum and Coachman 9

Measure 1

Yes 111

No 75

Measure 2

Yes 161

No 27

Measure 3

Yes 173

No 20

Measure 4

Yes 157

No 34

Measure 5

Yes 90

No 105

Those casting ballots included 38 of 48 seventh graders; 38 of 48 eighth graders; 17 of 43 freshmen; 28 of 40 sophomores, 29 of 39 juniors; 27 of 44 seniors and 19 of 23 faculty.

Linda Sailer
(701) 456-1209
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