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If It Were Up to Avon and Avon Lake, Mitt Romney Would be President

Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Avon and Avon Lake — did your section of town vote Republican or Democrat?

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

But, if Avon and Avon Lake alone decided the next president of the United States, Mitt Romney would be the winner. 

According to unofficial results from the Lorain County Board of Elections, 1810 more Avon voters said "yes" to Romney than Obama ; in slighly more populated Avon Lake that number was 2287.

Both cities traditionally support Republican candidates, and Election 2012 was not different.

In Avon, 4654 voted for Obama and 6464 voted for Romney. A total of 102 people voted for neither, with the Libertarian Johnson/Gray ticket earning 82 votes. Romney received more votes than Obama in every precinct except Ward 2-B and 2-C.

In Avon Lake, 5426 voted for Obama and 7713 voted for Romney. Only Ward 4-C's residents supported Obama more than Romney. A total of 94 votes were cast for neither with the Johnson/Gray ticket picking up 80 votes.

Here are the voting results, by precinct.

Avon

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
1
6
531
681
1
1-B 1
0
0
5
237
320
3
1-C 0
2
2
8
397
563
1
1-D
1
0
0
7
369
663
1
2-A
0
1
1
4
437
487
4
2-B 0
1
1
13
416
355
1
2-C 0
0
0
5
384
 315
1
3-A
0 0
0
6
238
421
1
3-B
0
0
0
8
274
294
0
3-C
0
3
3
8
402
 565
4
4-A 1
1
1
7
380
508
2

4-B

0
0
0
2
349
668
4
4-C
0
0
0
3
240
624
1








Total
3
9
8
82
4654
6464

































Avon Lake

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 0 4 378 753
0
1-B 0 0 1 8 505 591 1
1-C 0 1 0 9 422 801 0
2-A
0 1 1 7 403 611 3
2-B
1 0 0 5 385 477 1
2-C 0 1 0 7 282 753 0
2-D 0 0 0 4 351 618 2
3-A
1 0 1 7 418 517 4
3-B
0 1 0 9 472 510
5
3-C
0 1
0 5 414 554 2
4-A 0 0 0 5 456 578 2

4-B

0 1 0 7 473 566 1
4-C
1 1 0 3 467 384 2







Total
3 8 3 80 5426 7713
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Nick Perry November 08, 2012 at 08:31 PM
and who cares again? this is a moot point..it's over! this article is pointless! yeah, big shocker, avon and avon lake are more conservative...well if the republicans left the 1950's in the 1950's and actually werent so damn far right radical on womens issues/rights and explaining how they would pay for thier proposed tax cuts, then maybe they would've had a chance but oh well, just like in 2008, the screwed up and screwed up big time! yeah , all of you sore loser republicans will post here trying to justify things and point fingers..and even go as far as to say you will move out of the country. blah blah blah! get a clue and life..the majority spoke and apparemtly, there isn't enough angry white guys voting republican anymore...oh yeah, and commence the obama bashing and how horrible the next 4 years will be in 3...2...1...because it is too damn predictable on any forum like this....
opinionsarelikenoses November 09, 2012 at 06:31 PM
Stay classy Nick Perry...your exactly portraying the mentality of revenge that got Obama elected. When all us angry white republicans (hey isn't that racist of you) disappear, who pays Nick Perry's entitlement programs so he can lie around all day on the couch bashing the other side?
MZ November 09, 2012 at 06:40 PM
From my casual observations Nick, it would appear that there is plenty of anger from your side of the isle. I seem to remember plenty of liberals threatening to move out of the country if W won. Weren't there more than a few on social media threatening to riot is Mitt won? Lastly, Nick, why is it always about race? Wouldn't we all be better off if we considered ourselves Americans first?

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