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Poll positions: How Utahns voted

Published: Thursday, Nov. 4 2004 10:54 a.m. MST

Winners marked with "x"

Unofficial results

C=Constitutional

D=Democrat

L=Libertarian

PC=Personal Choice

R=Republican

SW= Socialist Workers

G=Green

U=unaffiliated

i=incumbent

w=write-in

NATIONAL

President and vice president (1,885 of 1,912 precincts)

John F. Kerry and John Edwards (D) 225,678

x-George W. Bush and Dick Cheney (R)(i) 604,336

Michael Anthony Peroutka and Chuck Baldwin (C) 6,422

Michael Badnarik and Richard V. Campagna (L) 3,163

Charles Jay and Marilyn Chambers Taylor (PC) 870

James Harris and Margaret Trowe (SW) 372

Ralph Nader and Peter Miguel Camejo (u) 10,767

David Cobb and Patricia LaMarche (w) 6

Joe Schriner and Barbara Marlinski (w) 1

U.S. Senate

(1,885 of 1,912 precincts)

R. Paul Van Dam (D) 243,054

x-Robert F. Bennett (R)(i) 566,610

Gary R. Van Horn (C) 16,348

Joe Labonte (PC) 8,079

Cody Judy (w) 4

U.S. Congressional District 1

(632 of 636 precincts)

Steve Thompson (D) 82,996

x-Rob Bishop (R)(i) 194,188

Charles Johnston (C) 4,389

Richard W. Soderberg (PC) 4,028

U.S. Congressional District 2

(710 of 733 precincts)

x-Jim Matheson (D)(i) 175,412

John Swallow (R) 129,045

Jeremy Paul Petersen (C) 3,266

Patrick S. Diehl (Green) 2,034

Ronald R. Amos (PC) 1,077

U.S. Congressional District 3

(543 of 543 precincts)

Beau Babka (D) 81,687

x-Chris Cannon (R)(i) 142,428

Ronald Winfield (C) 4,795

Jim Dexter (L) 3,480

Curtis Darrell James (PC) 2,091

STATE

Utah governor and

lieutenant governor

(1,885 of 1,912 precincts)

Scott M. Matheson Jr. (D) 359,738

and Karen Hale

x-Jon M. Huntsman Jr. (R) 475,562

and Gary R. Herbert

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