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Morris Area High School students support Romney, Klobuchar, Peterson in mock election

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Morris Area High School students support Romney, Klobuchar, Peterson in mock election
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MORRIS - Morris Area High School Students cast their votes for presidential challenger Mitt Romney, but maintained support for incumbents Amy Klobuchar and Collin Peterson at a mock election at MAHS on Monday.

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Students were split on their support for two proposed constitutional amendments, favoring a proposed amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman while rejecting a proposed amendment to require a photo ID when voting.

Here are the rest of the mock election results from MAHS:

President

• Barack Obama - 236 votes

• Mitt Romney - 274 votes

• Other - 15 votes

U.S. Senate

• Amy Klobuchar - 265 votes

• Kurt Bills - 186 votes

• Stephen Williams - 43 votes

U.S. House of Representatives - District 7

• Collin Peterson - 279 votes

• Lee Byberg - 145 votes

• Adam Steele - 37 votes

Minnesota Senate (District 12)

• John Schultz - 120 votes

• Torrey Westrom - 370 votes

State House of Representatives (District 12A)

• Jay McNamar - 187 votes

• Scott Dutcher - 266 votes

• Dave Holman - 46 votes

Amendment #1

• Yes - 289 votes

• No - 218 votes

Amendment #2

• Yes - 199 votes

• No - 296 votes

Morris City Council: 4-Year Terms

• Bill Stork - 252 votes

• Kara Splitoser-Robertson - 84 votes

• Kevin Wohlers - 266 votes

Morris City Council: 2-Year Term

• Brian Solvie - 240 votes

• Jim Henricks - 132 votes

Morris School Board Members

• Brent Fuhrman - 280 votes

• Dick Metzger - 297 votes

• Mike Odello - 193 votes

• Stan Wulf - 268 votes

• Jamie Solvie - 244 votes

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Kim Ukura
Kim Ukura has served as the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune since August 2011. She graduated from the University of Minnesota, Morris in 2008 with degrees in English and journalism. She earned a master's degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2010. Prior to returning to Morris to work at the Sun Tribune, she worked in trade publishing. She has been recognized by the Minnesota Newspaper Association for both business and public affairs reporting. 
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