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Election 2012: See How Your Town Voted

Levittown Patch shows the vote breaks down with town-by-town results.

More than 70,000 in the Levittown area took to the polls Tuesday to vote, according to county tabulations.

President Obama easily won the popular vote in the lower portion of the county.

A check of the presidential election results in local towns showed Obama also won the region in 2008. He won most towns in both elections in a landslide, data shows.

The diverse make up of Levittown lead the BBC to called the area the "key to the 2012 election." Whoever wins the majority of votes in presidential vote Bucks County usually wins the national vote.

On Tuesday, participation started with heavy turnout that remained steady

 

Bristol Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 3,268 71.7% Mitt Romney Republican 1,216 26.7% Jill Stein Green 21 0.5% Gary Johnson Libertarian 53 1.2%

4,558

Bristol Township:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 14,446 63.9% Mitt Romney Republican 7,801 34.5% Jill Stein Green 99 0.4% Gary Johnson Libertarian 263 0.54%

22,609

Falls Township:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 9,380 62.2% Mitt Romney Republican 5,495 36.5% Jill Stein Green 56 0.4% Gary Johnson Libertarian 142 0.9%

15,073

Langhorne Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 517 61.5% Mitt Romney Republican 313 37.2% Jill Stein Green 0 0% Gary Johnson Libertarian 11 1.3%

841

Langhorne Manor Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 517 55.9% Mitt Romney Republican 258 42.9% Jill Stein Green 1 0.2% Gary Johnson Libertarian 6 1%

782

Middletown Township:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 12,899 53.8% Mitt Romney Republican 10,810 45.1% Jill Stein Green 58 0.2% Gary Johnson Libertarian 192
0.8%

23,959

Penndel Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 548 58.5% Mitt Romney Republican 375 40.1% Jill Stein Green 3
0.3% Gary Johnson Libertarian 10 1.1%

936

Morrisville Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 2,662 66.5% Mitt Romney Republican 1,275 31.8% Jill Stein Green 18
0.4% Gary Johnson Libertarian 51 1.3%

4006

Tullytown Borough:

Candidate Party Total Votes Percentage Barack Obama Democrat 704 68.2% Mitt Romney Republican 319 30.9% Jill Stein Green 2
0.2% Gary Johnson Libertarian 8
0.8%

1,033

 

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ingrid November 08, 2012 at 02:23 PM
Absolutely not surprised at all by this outcome. Just more people to be dependent upon the government in their daily lives.
Carol VanCleve November 08, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Ingrid is RIGHT !! It's a sad day for America !! High unemployment , trillions in debt , soaring gas prices & medical costs ,to say nothing of skyrocketing prices across the board !! This President is the biggest FAILURE in history . And he still blames BUSH !! He is incompetant and dangerous . But , you've got your ROCK STAR and your FREEBIES!!! Someday you will be forced to take your heads out of the sand . And I hope it won't be too late for this GREAT COUNTRY !!
ingrid November 08, 2012 at 04:25 PM
I agree Carol. I was surprised at the amount of foolish people out there not understanding the negative Barack has brought to this country. Goes to show that common sense is not so common anymore.
Cass November 10, 2012 at 08:47 PM
I totally 'get' how disappointed some of you are about Obama's win. I'm a registered republican and a student and I'll admit that the current administration could use some work in terms of their fiscal policy. What I think list the election for so many republican candidates is the cruel and demeaning social policies that the Republican Party has adopted in the past few years. America is still 'great' and will be for a long time unless we refuse to accept all people as equals, it's not just white male property owners who are allowed to vote anymore and by discriminating against women, minorities, and the LGBTQA community republicans are saying these people are 'less than'. Maybe if we could get with the times socially more people could appreciate the sense that we've got fiscally.
EARL NELSON November 15, 2012 at 12:52 AM
Its the unions and the uninformed people that are brain washed into thinking Obama knows what he's doing cause he doesn't, he's never ran a company nor has he ever understood what it is to work for a living and if you think being a politician is working I could work them under the table. Give me some free stuff I might as well jump on the bandwagon now that I'm thinking about it, I need a $800.00 a month access card so I can feed my family too!!!

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