Who Did Strongsville Pick for President?

One candidate carried all but 5 precincts


Republican challenger Mitt Romney won Strongsville, snaring about 52 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

Obama lost citywide -- President Barack Obama lost in all four of Strongsville's wards, although the margin was narrow -- 2,842 to 2692 -- in Ward 1.

Romney lost in a few neighborhoods -- Romney failed to carry only five precincts in Strongsville, losing in 1B, 1E, 1H and 3D. In Precinct 4A, the vote was tied, 275 to 275.

Big turnout -- About 80 percent of Strongsville's 32,142 registered voters cast ballots in the Presidential election.

Write-ins -- Results show 36 Strongsville voters wrote in a candidate for president, but they don't specify who. Another 304 cast ballots for a minor-party candidate.

Strongsville doesn't speak for the region -- Obama took Ohio and garnered 68.7 percent of the vote in Cuyahoga County.

David Bly November 15, 2012 at 11:21 PM
When you hear about the nightmares in North Carolina election. One has to wonder if there is any way to vote fair and know your casted vote was counted and logged. I never vote absent only because its too easy to lose or never get counted. At lease you have better chance the polling machine got it right. It is stored on the hard drive, on a memory stick and on the final print out. Three chances it was counted correctly
John Pearce November 16, 2012 at 12:52 AM
Thank you Strongsville. You voted for freedom. We lost but stay strong. This guy will end up hanging himself....God Bless Strongsville God Help our country. John Pearce, Mayor back in the day....


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