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Polls closed in Rhode Island at 8:00 p.m., results will begin to display below after the polls close. Updates of unofficial results will occur every 5 – 10 minutes as new data becomes available.

Attention: The below results are for Newport, for statewide results visit http://www.ri.gov/election/results/2016/general_election/.

How Newport Voted:

Results will begin to display after the polls close on November 8, 2016 at 8:00 PM. Updates will occur every 5-10 minutes as new data becomes available.

The results posted are preliminary and subject to certification by the Board of Elections. Please note that write-in ballot results are not included in the totals that appear. If you are interested in this information, please contact the local board of canvassers. Mail Ballot results will be blank for a race until results are available. Candidates receiving no mail ballot votes will have a “0” displayed in the mail ballot results.

Unofficial results: Updated November 08, 2016 09:26 PM
9 of 9 precincts reporting (100%)

Presidential Electors For: (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Hillary Clinton (DEM) 5441 64.7%
Donald J. Trump (REP) 2334 27.7%
Gary Johnson (Lib) 290 3.4%
WRITE-IN 207 2.5%
Jill Stein (Grn) 127 1.5%
“Rocky” Roque De La Fuente (AMD) 13 0.2%

Representative in Congress District 1 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
David N. Cicilline (DEM) 5273 69.3%
Harold Russell Taub (REP) 2308 30.4%
WRITE-IN 23 0.3%

Senator in General Assembly District 12 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Louis P. DiPalma (DEM) 605 68.1%
Amy E. Veri (REP) 284 31.9%
WRITE-IN 0 0.0%

Senator in General Assembly District 13 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
M. Teresa Paiva-Weed (DEM) 4837 71.0%
Sav Rebecchi (Ind) 1956 28.7%
WRITE-IN 20 0.3%

Representative in General Assembly District 73 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Marvin L. Abney (DEM) 2564 97.4%
WRITE-IN 68 2.6%

Representative in General Assembly District 75

Candidate Total votes Pct
Lauren H. Carson (DEM) 2476 56.1%
Michael Warren Smith (Ind) 1920 43.5%
WRITE-IN 17 0.4%

Non-Partisan Council-At-Large City of Newport

4 to elect
Candidate Total votes Pct
Henry F. Winthrop 4481 21.1%
Jeanne Marie Napolitano 4196 19.7%
Jamie P. Bova 3659 17.2%
John F. Florez 3410 16.0%
Justin S. McLaughlin 3294 15.5%
Kimberly L. Shute 1159 5.5%
Claude Andrews Lavarre 959 4.5%
WRITE-IN 90 0.4%

Non-Partisan Council Newport Ward 1

Candidate Total votes Pct
Susan D. Taylor 979 52.5%
Marco T. Camacho 875 47.0%
WRITE-IN 9 0.5%

Non-Partisan Council Newport Ward 2

Candidate Total votes Pct
Lynn Underwood Ceglie 1974 98.4%
WRITE-IN 33 1.6%

Non-Partisan Council Newport Ward 3

Candidate Total votes Pct
Kathryn E. Leonard 1646 96.8%
WRITE-IN 55 3.2%

Non-Partisan School Committee City of Newport

7 to elect
Candidate Total votes Pct
Raymond E. Gomes 3411 11.0%
Kathleen M. Silvia 3228 10.4%
Jo Eva Gaines 3042 9.8%
Rebecca Bolan 2988 9.6%
Sandra J. Flowers 2835 9.2%
David R. Carlin, III 2743 8.9%
David Charles Hanos, Jr. 2476 8.0%
Robert J. Leary 2445 7.9%
Jennifer Elizabeth Jackson 2035 6.6%
Henry P. Kniskern 2034 6.6%
Thomas S. Phelan 1882 6.1%
Adrienne Clemente Haylor 1764 5.7%
WRITE-IN 82 0.3%

1. STATE CONSTITUTIONAL APPROVAL (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 4228 54.5%
Reject 3531 45.5%

2. AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 6131 83.4%
Reject 1216 16.6%

3. VETERANS HOME BONDS – $27,000,000 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 6592 85.9%
Reject 1078 14.1%

4. LEVERAGING HIGHER EDUCATION TO CREATE JOBS (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 5106 67.8%
Reject 2430 32.2%

5. PORT INFRASTRUCTURE BONDS – $70,000,000 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 5031 68.1%
Reject 2354 31.9%

6. GREEN ECONOMY BONDS – $35,000,000 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 5753 76.5%
Reject 1767 23.5%

7. HOUSING OPPORTUNITY BONDS – $50,000,000 (View votes statewide)

Candidate Total votes Pct
Approve 4772 63.1%
Reject
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