We knew early on in the evening on Nov. 6 that President Barak Obama would declare a victory and extend his role as president for four more years. But unofficial results for some local races didn't solidify until the until the wee hours of the morning.
Golden Valley firefighter and resident Marc Berris wasn't elected to the Fourth Judicial Court, seat 44. Lois Conroy won the seat with 63 percent of the votes. For seat 22, Elizabeth Cutter won by a landslide, beating Steven Antolak and taking 72 percent of the votes.
Updated Nov. 7
|Senate District 45|
Senate District 46
|State Representative District 45B|
|State Representative District 46A|
HENNEPIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER
|Hennepin County Commissioner District 2|
HENNEPIN COUNTY DISTRICT COURT
*Percentage of precincts reporting:193 of 196 precincts reporting at 6:30 a.m.
|Fourth Judicial District, Seat 44|
|Fourth Judicial District, Seat 22|
UNITED STATES CONGRESS
*Percentage of precincts reporting:218 of 221 precincts reporting at 6:30 a.m.
|Fifth Congressional District|
ISD 281 SCHOOL BOARD
|Robbinsdale Area Schools|
In the 2008 General Election, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State's election results, about 14,000 residents voted in Golden Valley. Of the 14,000, about 9,200 people voted for soon-to-be President Barak Obama. Results show that roughly 4,500 Golden Valley residents voted for John McCain.
In last summer's primary election, overall, Hennepin County saw a decrease in voting. Although the polls in Golden Valley saw an increase of voters from 2008. According to the Minnesota Secretary of State's website, 2,336 Golden Valley residents voted in Minnesota's primary election.
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