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« on: July 17, 2013, 01:08:51 am »
« edited: July 25, 2013, 07:43:23 am by Waukesha County »

* = Bigger County. (number) = Population

Overall:
Obama: Los Angeles* (9,818,605)
Romney: Maricopa (3,817,117)
Alabama
Obama: Jefferson* (658,466)
Romney: Mobile (412,992)
Alaska
Obama: Juneau (31,275)
Romney: Anchorage* (291,826)
Arizona
Obama: Pima (980,263)
Romney: Maricopa* (3,817,117)
Arkansas
Obama: Pulaski* (382,748)
Romney: Benton (221,339)
California
Obama: Los Angeles* (9,818,605)
Romney: Orange (3,010,232)
Colorado
Obama: Denver (600,158)
Romney: El Paso* (622,263)
Connecticut
Obama: Fairfield* (916,829)
Romney: Lichfield (189,927)
Delaware
Obama: New Castle* (538,479)
Romney: Sussex (197,145)
Florida
Obama: Miami-Dade* (2,496,435)
Romney: Duval (864,263)
Georgia
Obama: Fulton* (920,581)
Romney: Gwinnett (805,321)
Hawaii
Obama: Honolulu* (953,207)
Romney:
Idaho
Obama: Latah (37,244)
Romney: Ada* (392,365)
Illinois
Obama: Cook* (5,194,675)
Romney: McHenry (308,760)
Indiana
Obama: Marion* (903,393)
Romney: Allen (355,329)
Iowa
Obama: Polk* (430,640)
Romney: Pottawattamie (93,158)
Kansas
Obama: Wyandotte (157,505)
Romney: Johnson* (544,179)
Kentucky
Obama: Jefferson* (741,096)
Romney: Kenton (159,720)
Louisiana
Obama: East Baton Rouge* (440,171)
Romney: Jefferson (432,552)
Maine
Obama: Cumberland* (281,674)
Romney: Piscataquis (17,535)
Maryland
Obama: Montgomery* (971,777)
Romney: Anne Arundel (537,656)
Massachusetts
Obama: Middlesex* (1,503,085)
Romney:
Michigan
Obama: Wayne* (1,820,584)
Romney: Kent (602,622)
Minnesota
Obama: Hennepin* (1,152,425)
Romney: Anoka (330,844)
Mississippi
Obama: Hinds* (245,285)
Romney: DeSoto (161,252)
Missouri
Obama: St. Louis (the county)* (998,954)
Romney: St. Charles (360,485)
Montana
Obama: Missoula (109,299)
Romney: Yellowstone* (147,972)
Nebraska
Obama: Thurston (6,940)
Romney: Douglas* (517,110)
Nevada
Obama: Clark* (1,951,269)
Romney: Carson City (55,274)
New Hampshire
Obama: Hillsborough* (400,721)
Romney: Rockingham (295,223)
New Jersey
Obama: Bergen* (905,116)
Romney: Monmouth (630,380)
New Mexico
Obama: Bernalillo* (662,564)
Romney: San Juan (130,044)
New York
Obama: Kings* (2,504,700)
Romney: Oneida (Sad) (234,878)
North Carolina
Obama: Mecklenburg* (919,628)
Romney: Gaston (206,086)
North Dakota
Obama: Rolette (13,937)
Romney: Cass* (149,778)
Ohio
Obama: Cuyahoga* (1,280,122)
Romney: Butler (368,130)
Oklahoma
Obama:
Romney: Oklahoma* (718,633)
Oregon
Obama: Multnomah* (735,334)
Romny: Marion (315,335)
Pennsylvania
Obama: Philadelphia* (1,526,006)
Romney: Lancaster (519,445)
Rhode Island
Obama: Providence* (626,667)
Romney:
South Carolina
Obama: Richland (384,504)
Romney: Greenville* (451,225)
South Dakota
Obama: Shannon (13,586)
Romney: Minnehaha* (169,468)
Tennessee
Obama: Shelby* (927,644)
Romney: Knox (432,226)
Texas
Obama: Harris (Unfortunately)* (4,092,459)
Romney: Tarrant (1,809,034)
Utah
Obama:
Romney: Salt Lake* (1,029,655)
Vermont
Obama: Chittenden* (156,545)
Romney:
Virginia
Obama: Fairfax* (1,081,726)
Romney: Virginia Beach (City) (437,994)
Washington
Obama: King* (1,931,249)
Romney: Spokane (471,221)
West Virginia
Obama:
Romney: Kanawha* (193,063)
Wisconsin
Obama: Milwaukee* (947,735)
Romney: Waukesha (389,891)
Wyoming
Obama: Teton (21,294)
Romney: Laramie* (91,738)

Romney * = 14
Obama * = 36
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2013, 11:10:08 am »

Is this by the 2010 census? If it's based on the more recent estimates, Wake is the largest Obama county.
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« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2013, 11:17:53 am »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.
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« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2013, 11:28:40 am »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?
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« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2013, 07:44:52 pm »

Is this by the 2010 census? If it's based on the more recent estimates, Wake is the largest Obama county.

Yes this is by the 2010 census, and even by most recent estimate Mecklenburg is still the biggest county, not really sure where you got that from.

http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/maps/north_carolina_map.html
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« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2013, 07:56:46 pm »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?

Lancaster
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« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2013, 08:08:41 pm »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?

Lancaster

I had a fraternity brother from there. Our family went through there 10 years ago when we went to a play. We've been to Hershey several times too and been through Lancaster then as well.
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« Reply #7 on: July 17, 2013, 08:22:26 pm »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?

Lancaster

I had a fraternity brother from there. Our family went through there 10 years ago when we went to a play. We've been to Hershey several times too and been through Lancaster then as well.

Interesting, by the way I meant he was from Lancaster not I, just in case you thought that. You know where I'm from.
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« Reply #8 on: July 17, 2013, 11:02:22 pm »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?

Lancaster

I had a fraternity brother from there. Our family went through there 10 years ago when we went to a play. We've been to Hershey several times too and been through Lancaster then as well.

Interesting, by the way I meant he was from Lancaster not I, just in case you thought that. You know where I'm from.

I was going to say lol. You're from Wisconsin so Snowstalker must be from Lancaster. I've never been to Wisconsin.
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« Reply #9 on: July 17, 2013, 11:35:12 pm »

And of course my county is the biggest for Romney. It's literally voted Democratic once since the Civil War.

What county are you from?

Lancaster

I had a fraternity brother from there. Our family went through there 10 years ago when we went to a play. We've been to Hershey several times too and been through Lancaster then as well.

Interesting, by the way I meant he was from Lancaster not I, just in case you thought that. You know where I'm from.

I was going to say lol. You're from Wisconsin so Snowstalker must be from Lancaster. I've never been to Wisconsin.

It's OK, not much to see here anyway besides the north woods and some farms. Much of Wisconsin is rural anyway. There are some nice tourism spots to visit near Milwaukee like the Milwaukee County Zoo, and Wisconsin Dells just north of Madison, but overall just an average place to live I suppose.
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« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2013, 07:44:30 am »

Corrected Minnesota, Anoka was the largest Romney won, not Stearns. For some reason I though Obama won Anoka.
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