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Falls Chose Obama Over Romney Despite October Campaign Stop

More voters chose Barack Obama than the candidate who stumped in the Falls. Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Cuyahoga Falls — did your section of town vote Republican or Democrat?

Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio.

And most of the voters in Cuyahoga Falls went the same way, selecting Obama as next president of the United States. 

According to unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections, 2,559 more Cuyahoga Falls voters picked President Barack Obama over his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

In Cuyahoga Falls, 13,382 voted for Obama and 10,823 voted for Romney. Only six precincts selected Romney. 

The Libertarian party's candidate, Gary Johnson, got 229 votes from Cuyahoga Falls. And 11 people city voted for Stewart Alexander of the Socialist party. 

The polling results are consistent a campaign donation report for Cuyahoga Falls. Far more Cuyahoga Falls residents gave money to the Obama campaign than Romney's. 

Precinct      Stewart Alexander (S) Richard  Duncan (N) Virgil Goode (C)  Gary Johnson (L)  Barack Obama (D) Mitt Romney (R)  Jill Stein (G)  1-A 0 1 2 13 502 333 2 1-B 0 3 1 12 527 298 2 1-C 1 1 3 9 507 329 4 2-A 0 0 1 9 604 330 5 2-B 0 0 1 8 530 367 8 2-C 1 4 4 13 562 455 4 3-A 2 0 2 7 418 402 2 3-B 0 0 0 6 438 370 4 3-C 0 2 1 9 469 334 2 3-D 0 3 0 4 437 462 2 4-A 0 0 5 10 489 330 10 4-B 0 4 1 5 547 424 4 4-C 1 2 1 9 579 410 0 5-A 0 3 0 12 537 353 2 5-B 0 2 1 2 390 350 2 5-C 0 1 0 2 423 306 1 5-D  0 3 3 6 512 416 2 6-A 1 1 2 9 506 430 3 6-B 1 3 0 13 548 394 8 6-C 0 1 1 17 522 354 7 7-A 1 0 0 10 381 297 3 7-B 1 3 0 3 343 213 1 7-C 0 1 1 3 325 355 1 7-D 0 2 2 11 387 301 0 8-A 1 2 2 4 462 273 2 8-B 0 1 0 6 305 346 3 8-C 1 2 1 2 376 522 0 8-D 0 4 0 1 421 523 6 8-E 0 1 3 9 336 546 0

Did you choose a candidate other than Obama and Romney? Tell us who and why in the comments. 

o November 09, 2012 at 11:42 PM
Hey, Kate Biggam! Thanks for your comment... I miss you. ~Ms. G from KSU
John Doe November 13, 2012 at 01:20 PM
Both parties need to work together but we need a new mayor! Robart needs to go!!!!
Beverly Valarinos November 13, 2012 at 10:22 PM
Speak for yourself Betsy
Beverly Valarinos November 13, 2012 at 10:25 PM
I watched him for the last 4 yrs and saw that he actually has gotten alot done in spite of the obstructionism and those darn philabusters.The republican reps need to work with him and we will be better off for it.He cares about everyone I believe,not just the percentage with money.I hope the radicals in the senate are voted out cos no matter who is pres .they will want it their way,no matter what we,the citizens want done.They have become nothing but haters.Makes me mad they're doing that.
James Thomas November 16, 2012 at 05:06 PM
Jack Kelly, Given your response, the teabagger claim fits you perfectly.

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