Metro election 2011: Vote totals

Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 11:11pm
Staff reports

Election day saw Mayor Karl Dean easily win a second term, while Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors and all five at-large incumbents also were victorious. For the 35 district races, 13 incumbents won, while two incumbents — Jim Hodge and Anna Page — lost or appeared to be on the verge of losing.

Turnout was low, with 67,995 citizens casting votes. More than 100,000 voted in 2007.

The top two vote-getters in district races with no single candidate garnering more than 50 percent of the vote will face off Sept. 15 in a runoff election. Names of runoff participants are italicized. Races possibly headed to a run-off include the following (District 4, District 5, District 6, District 13 and District 33). Winners are in bold. 

Following are the vote totals of Thursday’s election:

Mayor: Karl Dean (incumbent) (50,300 votes, 79.2 percent), Marvin Barnes, Bruce Casper, James Keeton

Vice Mayor: Diane Neighbors (incumbent) (44,619, 74.9 percent), James Baxter

Council at-large: Megan Barry (incumbent) (30,174, 12 percent), Tim Garrett (incumbent) (27,955, 11.1 percent), Jerry Maynard (incumbent) (25,811, 10.2 percent), Ronnie Steine (incumbent) (29,209, 11.6 percent), Charlie Tygard (incumbent) (26,928, 10.7 percent), Sam Coleman, Eric Crafton, Donna Crawford, Renard Francois, Ken Jakes, James A. “Jim” Maxwell, Donald Ray McFolin, Don O’Donniley, Keith Speer, Charles L. Townsend Sr., Sajid W. Usmani, Vivian Wilhoite, J Wooten

Council District 1: Lonnell Matthews Jr. (incumbent) (1,744, 61 percent), Charles “Chuck” Hoosier, David Phillips, Roosevelt Williamson

Council District 2: Frank Harrison (incumbent) (1,033, 55 percent), Decosta Hastings, Gloria M. Jones

Council District 3: Walter Hunt (incumbent) (1,314, 98 percent)

Council District 4: Brady Banks (1,053, 46.4 percent), David Patterson (563, 24.8 percent), Eugene Batsuk, Carolyn Petrone, Rene’e Rathburn, Peter Tuttle

Council District 5: Scott Davis (577, 39.1 percent), Pam Murray (539, 36.5 percent), Amy Bryson, Priscilla Eaton

Council District 6: Peter Westerholm (900, 39.7 percent), Dave Rich (697, 30.7 percent), Bob Borzak, Morelia Cuevas, Hans Schmidt

Council District 7: Anthony Davis (1,067, 50.4 percent), Stephen Downs, Randy Reed

Council District 8: Karen Bennett (incumbent) (971, 55.2 percent), Nina Ground, Nancy VanReece

Council District 9: Bill Pridemore, Jr. (766, 98.5 percent)

Council District 10: Doug “Dukie” Pardue (698, 71.2 percent), Danny Turner

Council District 11: Darren Jernigan (incumbent) (1,453, 76.4 percent), William Guthoerl

Council District 12: Steve Glover (1,180, 98 percent)

Council District 13: Marilyn Robinson (451, 39.4 percent), Josh Stites (504, 44 percent),  Kent Sandidge IV

Council District 14: James Bruce Stanley (incumbent) (761, 68 percent), Robert J. Budesa

Council District 15: Phil Claiborne (incumbent) (1,381, 97.5 percent)

Council District 16: Tony Tenpenny (800, 50.1 percent) Anna Page (incumbent)

Council District 17: Sandra Moore (incumbent) (1,179, 71.4 percent), Kenneth Borgman, Jerry Wayne Graves, Lisa Leeds

Council District 18: Burkley Allen (960, 50.7 percent), David Glasgow

Council District 19: Erica Gilmore (incumbent) (820, 75.4 percent), Bob Ries, Curt Wallen

Council District 20: Buddy Baker (incumbent) (696, 50.7 percent), J. Gower Mills, Mary Carolyn Roberts

Council District 21: Edith Taylor Langster (incumbent) (830, 97.9 percent)

Council District 22: Sheri Weiner (incumbent) (1,419, 63.5 percent), Seanna Brandmeir

Council District 23: Emily Evans (incumbent) (2,104, 97.6 percent)

Council District 24: Jason Holleman (incumbent) (2,078, 59.7 percent), Sarah Lodge Tally

Council District 25: Sean McGuire (incumbent) (1,869, 62.8 percent), James Michael Kaminski

Council District 26: Chris Harmon (883, 50.3), Brock Parks

Council District 27: Davette Dennison Blalock (676, 64 percent), Greg Dooley, Michael Leftwich

Council District 28: Duane Dominy (incumbent) (654, 53.6 percent), Travis Danker, Tanaka Vercher

Council District 29: Karen Johnson (1,125, 53.6 percent), Arnett H. Bodenhamer, Ricky Martin, Isaac Okoreeh-Baah, Vicky Tataryn

Council District 30: Jason Potts (583, 53 percent), Jim Hodge (incumbent)

Council District 31: Fabian Bedne (683, 52.4), James Widrig (617)

Council District 32: Jacobia Dowell (547, 52.4 percent), Markeith Braden

Council District 33: Robert Duvall (862, 45.8 percent), Page Turner (767, 40.8 percent), John Kincaid

Council District 34: Carter Todd (incumbent) (1,964, 98.3 percent)

Council District 35: Bo Mitchell (incumbent) (1,711, 64.5 percent), Tonya Jones

3 Comments on this post:

By: tomw on 8/5/11 at 6:06

these are not the election totals. they are the election totals for the winners. What's the matter, too tired to type in all of the numbers? The results arent even shown in vote totals, but alpabetic. You guys are pitiful lazy reporters.

By: rawhide on 8/5/11 at 7:17

Well, you get what you pay for, right loser tomw?

By: shef2 on 8/5/11 at 1:00

See Friday's "The Tennessean" for all results. Some are pretty close - Some not...