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2008 General Election

Results by Precinct: CURTIS CORNER MIDDLE SCHOOL (Precinct 3202)

301 CURTIS CORNER RD, SOUTH KINGSTOWN
Final results: Updated November 17, 2008 09:59 AM

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR: President and Vice President

Candidate Total votes Pct
Barack OBAMA (DEM) 991 63.7%
John McCAIN (REP) 539 34.6%
Ralph NADER (Ind) 12 0.8%
Bob BARR (LIB) 9 0.6%
Cynthia McKINNEY (GRN) 5 0.3%
Gloria La RIVA (SL) 0 0.0%
Chuck BALDWIN (CON) 0 0.0%

SENATOR IN CONGRESS

Candidate Total votes Pct
John F. REED (DEM) 1115 74.0%
Robert G. TINGLE (REP) 391 26.0%

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 2

Candidate Total votes Pct
James R. LANGEVIN (DEM) 1010 68.5%
Mark S. ZACCARIA (REP) 465 31.5%

SENATOR IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 37

Candidate Total votes Pct
V. Susan SOSNOWSKI (DEM) 991 69.6%
Malcolm J. MacKENZIE (Ind) 433 30.4%

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 33

Candidate Total votes Pct
Christopher H. LITTLE (Ind) 573 38.7%
Donald J. LALLY, JR. (DEM) 509 34.3%
Tony CIRILLO (REP) 358 24.2%
Christopher G. BUFFUM (Ind) 42 2.8%

TOWN COUNCIL TOWN OF SOUTH KINGSTOWN

5 to elect
Candidate Total votes Pct
Kathleen A. FOGARTY (DEM) 853 14.0%
Mary S. EDDY (DEM) 764 12.5%
Ella M. WHALEY (DEM) 723 11.9%
James W. O'NEILL (Ind) 707 11.6%
Carol Hagan McENTEE (DEM) 611 10.0%
Spencer E. DICKINSON (DEM) 534 8.8%
Kenneth A. CAPALBO (Ind) 497 8.2%
Sean A. O'DONNELL (REP) 493 8.1%
Bryan P. OWENS (REP) 469 7.7%
J. Stephen GARNETT (Ind) 444 7.3%

SCHOOL COMMITTEE TOWN OF SOUTH KINGSTOWN

5 to elect
Candidate Total votes Pct
Stephen Scott MUELLER (DEM) 856 16.2%
Elizabeth S. MORRIS (Ind) 853 16.1%
Richard Edward ANGELI, JR. (DEM) 822 15.6%
Anthony Emmanuel MEGA (DEM) 750 14.2%
Jonathan Edward PINCINCE (Ind) 700 13.3%
Frederick Lee FROSTIC (DEM) 697 13.2%
Robert E. PETRUCCI (REP) 605 11.5%

STATE QUESTION 1 - TRANSPORTATION

Candidate Total votes Pct
APPROVE 1167 81.2%
REJECT 271 18.8%

STATE QUESTION 2 - OPEN SPACE

Candidate Total votes Pct
APPROVE 1049 73.3%
REJECT 382 26.7%
Vote totals statewide and for each town include results from limited precincts.