As results come in, props 1,2,3 seem headed for repeal
Kuna Melba News editor
Voters across the country sent President Barak Obama back to the White House for another four years – although Idaho voters seemed to have another message in mind for the president.
The results weren’t official or complete at press time, but with 956 of Idaho’s 968 precincts reporting, President Obama had a tally of 210,195 popular votes—32.6 percent—while Gov. Mitt Romney had nearly twice that number with 415,493—or 64.5 percent of the popular vote.
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