Lake County and statewide election results

by Lake County Leader
| November 4, 2020 8:28 AM

The latest Lake County and statewide results from Tuesday’s general election. There are 20,781 registered voters in Lake County. As of 7 a.m. Wednesday, 16,801 had been counted, for a countywide turnout of 80%. There are 752,551 registered voters in Montana, and statewide turnout as of Wednesday morning was at 76%. Results are according to the Montana Secretary of State website.

LOCAL LEGISLATIVE

MT House District 12: 7/7 Precincts; 6,565 votes

Linda Reksten (R): 3,736 (57%)

Gerry Browning (D): 2,829 (43%)

Lake County: 7/7 Precincts; 6,565 votes

LInda Reksten (R): 3,736 (57%)

Gerry Browning (D): 2,829 (43%)

MT House District 93: 7/7 Precincts; 5,250 votes

Joe Read (R): 2,973 (57%)

LIsa Pavlock (D): 2,277 (43%)

Lake County: 7/7 Precincts; 5,250 votes

Joe Read (R): 2,973 (57%)

LIsa Pavlock (D): 2,277 (43%)

MT House District 10: 3/6 Precincts; 6,964 votes

Mark Noland (R) : 4,904 (70%)

Jennifer Allen (D): 2,060 (30%)

Lake County: 3/6 Precincts; 1,586 votes

Mark Noland (R) : 1,034 (65%)

Jennifer Allen (D): 552 (35%)

MT Senate District 47: 7/12 Precincts; 11,103 votes

Dan Salomon (R): 5,745 (52%)

Chase Porter Gay (D): 4,810 (43%)

Devin Braaten (L): 548 (5%)

Lake County: 7/12 Precincts; 5,252 votes

Dan Salomon (R): 3,083 (59%)

Chase Porter Gay (D): 1,847 (35%)

Devin Braaten (L): 322 (6%)

Shall Judge James A. Manley of District 20 be retained for another term?

31/31 Precincts; 22,154 votes

Yes: 16,945 (76%)

No: 5,209 (24%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 15,323 votes

Yes: 11,910 (77%)

No: 3,413 (22%)

STATEWIDE

U.S. President (MT only): 454/663 Precincts; 565,562 votes

Donald Trump/Mike Pence (R): 319,616 (57%)

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris (D): 232,176 (41%)

Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy Cohen (L): 13,770 (2%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,617 votes

Donald Trump/Mike Pence (R): 9,319 (56%)

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris (D): 6,911 (41%)

Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy Cohen (L): 38 (2%)

U.S. Senate: 454/663 Precincts; 567,512 votes

Steve Daines (R): 310,021 (55%)

Steve Bullock (D): 257,491 (45%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,620 votes

Steve Daines (R): 8,961 (54%)

Steve Bullock (D): 7,659 (46%)

U.S. House: 454/663 Precincts; 563,918 votes

Matt Rosendale (R): 315,569 (56%)

Kathleen Williams (D): 248,349 (44%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,481 votes

Matt Rosendale (R): 9,236 (56%)

Kathleen Williams (D): 7,245 (44%)

MT Governor/Lt. Governor: 454/663 Precincts; 565,530 votes

Greg Gianforte and Kristen Juras (R): 306,006 (54%)

Mike Cooney and Casey Schreiner (D): 237,839 (42%)

Lyman Bishop and John Nesper (L): 21,685 (4%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,580 votes

Greg Gianforte and Kristen Juras (R): 8,910 (54%)

Mike Cooney and Casey Schreiner (D): 6,880 (41%)

Lyman Bishop and John Nesper (L): 790 (5%)

MT Secretary of State: 454/663 Precincts; 555,727 votes

Christi Jacobsen (R): 328,705 (59%)

Bryce Bennett (D): 227,022 (41%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,314 votes

Christi Jacobsen (R): 9,598 (59%)

Bryce Bennett (D): 6,716 (41%)

MT Attorney General: 454/663 Precincts; 558,445 votes

Aaron Knudsen (R): 324,300 (58%)

Raph Graybill (D): 234,145 (42%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,463 votes

Aaron Knudsen (R): 9,587 (58%)

Raph Graybill (D): 6,876 (42%)

MT State Auditor: 454/663 Precincts; 554,254 votes

Troy Downing (R): 305,158 (55%)

Shane Morigeau (D): 220,968 (40%)

Roger Roots (L): 28,128 (5%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,388 votes

Troy Downing (R): 8,456 (52%)

Shane Morigeau (D): 7,257 (44%)

Roger Roots (L): 675 (4%)

MT Superintendent of Public Instruction: 454/663 Precincts; 557,091 votes

Elsie Arntzen (R): 288,905 (52%)

Melissa Romano (D): 246,519 (44%)

Kevin Leatherbarrow (L): 21,667 (4%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,388 votes

Elsie Arntzen (R): 8,497 (52%)

Melissa Romano (D): 7,253 (44%)

Kevin Leatherbarrow (L): 638 (4%)

MT Supreme Court Justice No. 5: 454/663 Precincts; 500,375 votes

Mike Black: 215,759 (43%)

Laurie McKinnon: 284,616 (57%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 14,685 votes

Mike Black: 6,352 (43%)

Laurie McKinnon: 8,333 (56%)

CI-118 (Authorizes the legislature or a citizen initiative to set a legal age for marijuana purchase, use and possession)

454/663 Precincts; 552,455 votes

Yes: 318,819 (58%)

No: 233,636 (42%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,220 votes

Yes: 9,850 (61%)

No: 6,370 (39%)

Ref-190 (Legalizes marijuana for individuals over the age of 21 and taxes the sale of non-medical marijuana at a rate of 20 percent)

454/663 Precincts; 563,506 votes

Yes: 318,849 (57%)

No: 244,657 (43%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,475 votes

Yes: 9,966 (60%)

No: 6,509 (40%)

Ref-130 (Removes local governments' authority to regulate firearms, including regulation of concealed carry)

454/663 Precincts; 549,347 votes

Yes: 277,605 (51%)

No: 271,742 (49%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 16,093

Yes: 8,413 (52%)

No: 7,680 (48%)

CA-46 (Changes language in constitution to match existing initiated amendment distribution requirements)

454/663 Precincts; 521,130 votes

Yes: 401,699 (77%)

No: 119,431 (23%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 15,293 votes

Yes: 11,636 (76%)

No: 3,657 (24%)

CA-47 (Changes language in constitution to match existing initiated statute and referendum distribution requirements)

454/663 Precincts; 518,120 votes

Yes: 387,179 (75%)

No: 130,941 (25%)

Lake County: 22/22 Precincts; 15,266 votes

Yes: 11,253 (74%)

No: 4,013 (26%)