Advocate election returns

November 7, 2006: Check here for up-to-the-minute returns to selected elections and ballot questions important to gays and lesbians across the country.

BY Advocate.com Editors

November 07 2006 12:00 AM ET

Election returns
for selected races and referendums as of 12:26 p.m.
Wednesday EST:

U.S. House of Representatives 

Massachusetts, 4th congressional district 

Barney Frank
(gay/Democratic incumbent)

(Running
unopposed)

 

Wisconsin, 2nd congressional district 

Tammy Baldwin
(gay/Democratic incumbent): 63%

David Magnum
(Republican challenger): 37%

(100% of
precincts reporting)

 

California, 27th congressional district 

Peter Hankwitz
(gay/Republican challenger): 31%

Brad Sherman
(Democrat): 69% (100% of precincts reporting)

 

California, 52nd congressional district 

John Rinaldi
(gay/Democratic challenger): 31%

Duncan Hunter
(Republican): 66% (82% of precincts reporting)

 

Ohio, 1st congressional district 

John Cranley
(Democratic challenger): 47%

Steve Chabot
(Republican incumbent): 53%

(100% of
precincts reporting)

 

Minnesota, 6th congressional district 

Patty Wetterling
(Democrat): 42%

Michele Bachmann
(Republican): 50%

(97% of precincts
reporting)

 

Colorado, 4th congressional district 

Marilyn Musgrave
(Republican incumbent): 46%

Angie Paccione
(Democratic challenger): 43% (99% of precincts reporting)

 

U.S. Senate 

Pennsylvania 

Bob Casey Jr.
(Democratic challenger): 59%

Rick Santorum
(Republican incumbent): 41%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

Gubernatorial 

California 

Phil Angelides
(Democratic challenger): 39%

Arnold
Schwarzenegger (Republican incumbent): 56% (93% of precincts reporting)

 

New York 

Eliot Spitzer
(Democrat): 69%

John Faso
(Republican): 29%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

Massachusetts 

Deval Patrick
(Democrat): 56%

Kerry Healey
(Republican): 35%

(100% of
precincts reporting) 

Illinois 

Rod
Blagojevich (Democrat): 49%
 

Judy
Baar Topinka (Republican): 40%

(98%
of precincts reporting)

 

Prosposed
state constitutional bans on same-sex marriage
and, in some instances, all legal recognition of
unmarried couples
 

Arizona, Proposition 107 

Yes: 49%

No: 51%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

Colorado, Amendment 43 

Yes: 56%

No: 44%

(88% of precincts
reporting)

 

Idaho, Amendment 2 

Yes: 63%

No: 37% (92% of precincts reporting)

 

South Carolina, Amendment 1 

Yes: 78%

No: 22%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

South Dakota, Amendment C 

Yes: 52%

No: 48%

(100% precincts
reporting)

 

Tennessee, Amendment 1 

Yes: 81%

No: 19%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

Virginia, Amendment 1 

Yes: 57%

No: 43%

(99% of precincts
reporting)

 

Wisconsin, Question 1 

Yes: 59%

No: 41%

(99% precincts
reporting)

 

State
referendums that would provide legal
recognition to same-sex couples
 

Colorado, Referendum I: Domestic Partnership 

Yes: 47%

No: 53%

(88% of precincts
reporting)

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