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Updated results

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 6, 1980-Page 5
Carter angers West

These tentative results are based on latest staff and UPI, and AP
reports. All are unofficial, and some are based on incomplete totals.
Tentative winners are listed in bold face type. Incumbents are designated
by asterisks.

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President
*Carter/Mondale (D) .....................
Reagan/Bush '(R)......................
SClark/Koch (Lib.) ...................
Commoner/Harris (Cit.) ....................
Anderson/Lucey (And.) ....................
Hall/Davis (Ind.) .. ... ...................
2nd U.S. Congressional District
Kathleen O'Reilly (D) .................. .
*Carl Pursell (R)-...........................
John Wagner (AIP) .. ...............
James Hudler (Lib.) .... ................ .
John Wagner (AIP) .................
James Hudler (Lib.) ....................... .
53rd State District
*Perry Bullard (D) ....................
Ray Barton (R) .. ... .................... .
Ronald Graham (AIP) .................
Ronald Graham (AIP) ...............
Jeffrey Quick (Lib.) ........................
State ballot proposals
Prop. A-Tax reform (Smith-Bullard)
Y E S ..........................
NO .. .... ......................
Prop. B-19-year-old drinking age
YES ...................................
N O ......................................
Prop. C-Tax reform (Milliken-Crim)
YES ........................
NO .. ........ ..............
Prop. D-Tax reform (Tisch)
YES ..........................
NO ..... ... ............
Prop. E-New prison facilities
Y E S . ....... ............... .........
NO . ...............
Prop. G-Legislature civil arrest
YES... .....................
N O .... ..... .........................
Prop. H-Lt.Governor change
Y E S ........ ........................
NO .........................
. University of Michigan Regents
*Dean Baker (R) ...................
.David Laro (R) ....................
Stuart Hertzberg .....................-.....
Nellie Varner .......... ............
Ralph Hughey (AIP)... ...............
Geraldine Santuci (AIP) ..................
Claudia Dechow (Lib.) .......... ......
Kurt O'Keefe (Lib.) .... . ..... .......
Washtenaw County offices
Prosecuting Attorney
Elizabeth Schwartz (D).....................
*William Delhey (R) ........................
Sheriff
Lushin Salyer (D) ...........................
*Tom Minick (R) .....,...................
Clerk
Rose Marie . Melton (D)
Rose Marie Melton (D) ....................
*Robert Harrison (R) .. ..............
Treasurer
Doris Case (D) ........................ .
*Michael Stimpson (R) ...................
Register of Deeds
Angie Veigel (D)....... .. ......... .
S*Patricia Hardy (R) .. .......

COUNTY
51,012
48,698
1,209
1,555
13,463
144
43,443
47,760
47,760
804
576
804
26,211
79,598
46,504
63,928
25,503
79,176
35,757
75,576
49,986
55,099
46,354
56,408
51,824
47,921
51,306
46,085
39,616
41,170,
1,164
2,169
2,956
2,927

TOTAL
34,393,262
42,745,580
880,000
220,000
5,528,049
n/a
84,441
115,562
115,562
N/a
1,451
25,057
11,496
11,496
190
486
740,159
2,721,364
1,378,519
2,212,577
881,335
2,528,969
1,593,294
2,007,304
1,268,921
2,176,741
1,276,682
2,083,461
1,389,629
1,899,982
1,589,858
1,437,857
1,422,896
1,461,123
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
44,700
55,904
30,934
70,660
41,428
54,210
46,699
47,423
43,191
52,397

Drain Commissioner
*James Murray (D).... .............
Margaret Yorks (R) .................. .
Judicial posts
State Supreme Court
Elizabeth Burch ............................
*Mary Coleman .... ....................
M ichael Hegarty ...........................
*Charles Levin................ ..............
JosephSullivan.............................
1st Appeals Court District
*GeorgeBashara ...................
*Vincent Brennan......................
22nd Circuit Court
'Ross Campbell.............................
15th District Court
*S.J. Elden .................................
Education boards
State Board of Education
Carroll Hutton (D) ... .....................
James Lincoln (D) ..:.....................
*Noman Stockmeyer (R) ...................
*'Edmund Vandette (R) ....................
Walter Dyer (AIP) ......................
Daniel Eller (AIP) ........... . .............
Scott Ballard (Lib.) .........................
Christine Young (Lib.) ......................

19,886
59,840
11,247
56,721
15,279

48,819
45,487
618,737
1,730,091
409,252
1,714,855
643,829
50,584
57,866
65,734
27,925
1,489,347
1,451,835
1,523,763
1,495,557
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

43,085
40,698
45,317
43,677
1,789
1,455
3,167
3,970

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-The West
Coast was stunned by television's an-
nouncing a presidential winner long
before its polls had closed, and the
reaction of voters and election officials
alike yesterday was rage.
NBC declared Ronald Reagan the
winner at 8:15 p.m., nearly three hours
before polls in states like California
closed. President Carter conceded
more than an hour before balloting
there ended.
AS A RESULT, substantial numbers
thought voting wasn't worth the
trouble, and skipped it. The dropoff af-
fected numerous congressional, state
and local contests, and Democratic of-
ficials were angry with Carter.
"It was an insult to every voter in
California," Assemblyman Willie
Brown of San Francisco said of Carter's
concession. "It was an indication of
why he didn't gain the loyalty of the
Democratic rank and file."
Oregon election director Ray Phelps
said he could not determine the effect
but he said, "I'm furious."
California's top election official,
Secretary of state March Fong Eu, said
the events "caused havoc" and in the
last hours "our turnout dropped to
practically nothing."
DRAMTIC DROPOFFS in voting
during the last two hours were reported
by polling officials throughout the far
west.
But in Arizona, where a Reagan vic-
tory was a foregone conclusion, hot con-
tests over a tax-cut measure and Sen.
Barry Goldwater's seat kept voters
lined up until the last minute.
Democrats generally assume that.
they are helped by a high turnout-and
injured by a low turnout-and San
Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein, a
Democrat, said the TV projections hurt
"a host of canidates."
But just how much they were hurt
was unclear. Possibly, in some cases,
more Republicans than Democrats
might have decided to skip the whole
business.
In California alone, a half dozen

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congressional and legislative races
were decided by only a few hundred
votes.
A notable number of late hour voters
told reporters that they are switching to
John Anderson, who needed 5 percent of
the vote to qualify for federal campaign
funds, or to minor party presidential
candidates.

Wayne State University Governors
Murray Jackson (D)........................ 40,296 1,432,886
Elena Sanchez (D) ...........................39,186 1,393,051
*Kurt Keydel (R) ............................40,800 1,420,341
*Richard Van Dusen (R).................... 44,579 1,527,602
E. Forest Chapman (AIP).................. 1,433 n/a
John Santuci (AIP)..........................1,415 n/a
Denise Kline (Lib.) ......................... 3,225 n/a
Marilyn Sloan (Lib.)........................ 3,207 n/a
Michigan State University Trustees
William Byrum (D) ......................... 39,505 1,411,213
Elizabeth Howe (D) ........................ 43,186 1,510,734
Paul Gadola (R) ............................ 41,919 1,484,018
Thomas Reed (R) .......................... 43,581 1,498,383
Wilbur Miller (AIP) ........................ 1,330 n/a
Truman Shore (AIP)........................ 1,066 n/a
James Hurrell (Lib.)........................2,685 n/a
Charles Severance (Lib.)................... 2,394 n/a
Washtenaw Community College Trustees
Vanzetti Hamilton ......................................................
Vanzetti Hamilton .......................... 29,805
Terrance McCarthy ................... 29,631
Anthony Procassini.........................32,502
Edward Reichbach ........................ 28,303
Washtenaw County Commissioners

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District 8
*Mary Egnor (D) ......................
Dennis Norton (R) ..........................
District 9
*Meri Lou Murray (D) ......................
Gerald Jernigan (R) .................. .
District:10
Gerald Rees (D)............................
*Thomas Burnham (R) .....................
District 11
Gregory Scott (D)....................
*Richard Walterhouse (R) ..................
District 12
Donald Duquette (D) .......................
David Foulke (R) ......................... .
District 13
Raymond Shoultz (D) ........................
*W endall Allen (R) .... ...................
District 14
Gerald Faye (D)............................
District 15
*Catherine McClary (D) ....................

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3,984
2,670
4,507
3,279
3,263
4,029
2,692
4,275
3,415
3,201
3,678
3,060
3,672
4,004

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than 150 anti-draft protesters, angered
by Ronald Reagan's election as
president, occupied the main ad-
ministration building at the University
of California yesterday.
The apparently spontaneous entrance
into California Hall took place after
several hundred people marched from
Sproul Hall-site of many anti-draft
rallies in the late 1960s-to Peoples
Park and on to the campus ROTC
building and to the administration
building.
J THEY CHANTED "Hey hey, ho ho,
ROTC has got to go."
Berkeley satirist Stoney Burke, one
of the leaders of the group, told the
protesters "This building normally
closes at 5 o'clock, but when people oc-
cupy it, it stays open as long as we can
sit here."
One demonstrator was reported
arrested as some two dozen campus
police closed off the building. Several
Berkeley city police officers also were
on the scene.
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by the university, an increase in
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appeared to be students, were
generally good-natured as they
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