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« on: June 17, 2013, 03:35:49 am »
« edited: June 22, 2013, 12:23:56 am by ElectionsGuy »

Thanks to TJ in Wisco, I can add up the tabulated votes for each city/village/town in Wisconsin on a site that has them all listed. I'm doing Waukesha County first, then I'll probably do Milwaukee County tomorrow. So, here you go:

City/Village/Town                 Romney %            Obama %

Waukesha (C)                       57.1%                41.7%
New Berlin (C)                       65.0%                34.1%
Brookfield (C)                        67.8%                31.4%
Muskego (C)                         69.4%                29.8%
Pewaukee (C)                       71.2%                27.7%
Oconomowoc (C)                  65.5%                33.5%
Delafield (C)                          67.7%                31.6%
Milwaukee (C)                       0.0%                  0.0%
Menominee Falls (V)              64.1%                34.9%
Butler (V)                              59.0%                39.3%
Mukwonago (V)                    67.2%                31.8%
Eagle (V)                              73.0%                 25.6%
North Prarie (V)                    73.5%                25.6%
Wales (V)                              67.8%                31.6%
Chenequa (V)                       86.1%                12.6%
Lac La Belle (V)                     79.5%                20.1%
Dousman (V)                         69.0%                30.4%
Merton (V)                             79.8%                19.5%
Big Bend (V)                          68.3%                29.9%
Lannon (V)                            62.5%                36.0%
Hartland (V)                          68.1%                31.0%
Elm Grove (V)                        67.7%                31.6%
Oconomowoc Lake (V)           78.4%                21.0%
Nashotah (V)                         74.2%                25.1%
Sussex (V)                             67.7%                31.2%
Summit (V)                             71.3%                27.8%
Pewaukee (V)                        64.7%                34.5%
Brookfield (T)                         65.1%                34.3%
Delafield (T)                           75.8%                 23.6%
Eagle (T)                               73.2%                 26.1%
Genesee (T)                          71.7%                 27.3%
Libson (T)                              71.8%                 27.4%
Merton (T)                             77.3%                 21.9%
Mukwonago (T)                     73.8%                 25.2%
Oconomowoc (T)                   72.1%                 27.1%
Ottawa (T)                            70.3%                  28.7%
Vernon (T)                             71.3%                  27.9%
Waukesha (T)                        70.1%                 29.3%
Waukesha County                 66.8%               32.3%

Obama's best/better parts are the central city of Waukesha and the bigger cities like New Berlin and some villages where he at least got 30%. Romney's best parts are the small town rural parts of the county and some very conservative villages in the North and West.
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« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2013, 09:26:29 pm »

Horrible county.
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« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2013, 09:42:09 pm »

Is there something seriously wrong with the voters of that county these days?
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« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2013, 11:51:45 pm »

Is there something seriously wrong with the voters of that county these days?

To you, yes. But people of Waukesha County like to keep what they earn so most of them vote conservative, and they turn out really well too. It's basically the suburban Milwaukee nightmare for democrats. If you think this is bad then wait till you see Washington County (if you want me to show that to you).
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