About 90 conservatives cast ballots Thursday in Mentone as part of the fall straw poll of the Redlands Tea Party Patriots.
Votes were taken after a handful of candidates gave the 100-member crowd their best campaign speeches.
No surprises -- in a conservative crowd, conservative candidates and conservatives positions on 11 ballot measures were the clear winners.
Congressman Gary Miller, running for the district covering Redlands, and Gregg Imus, running for the congressional district covering the High Desert, beat their Republican competitors, Bob Dutton and Paul Cook.
Many candidates got goose eggs for votes. The leaders among the non-vote getters included US Senator Dianne Feinstein and President Barack Obama.
Mitt Romney skunked Obama 83-0.
In the Redlands City Council race, Lane Schneider received 71 votes and Don Wallace got 54. Pete Aguilar and Mike Saifie got one vote each. Pat Gilbreath and Michael Layne received no votes.
For Redlands City Treasurer, Robert Dawes received 44, David Raley 7 and Stephen Rogers 4.
On the controversial ballot propositions, Jerry Brown's tax increase, Prop 30, was stomped 79-2. Prop 32, the measure stopping unions and corporations from coercing dues from members for political causes, won 76-5. And Prop 37, the genetically modified label measure, lost 71-9.
The Redlands Tea Party Patriots will meet again at Mill Creek Cattle Co., 1874 Mentone Blvd., on Nov. 6 to celebrate the election. The meeting is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6 p.m. A jazz band is scheduled.