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Popular vote breakdown
« on: November 07, 2012, 06:09:41 PM »
Popular vote breakdown   

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Nationally:
Barack Obama - 59,725,608 (50.3%)
Mitt Romney - 57,098,650 (48.1%)
Gary Johnson - 1,139,562 (1.0%)
Jill Stein - 396,684 (0.3%)
Roseanne Barr - 48,797 (<0.1%)
Rocky Anderson - 34,521 (<0.1%)
Thomas Hoefling - 28,099 (<0.1%)
Jerry Litzel - 12,895 (<0.1%)
Jeff Boss - 12,895 (<0.1%)
Randall Terry - 12,895 (<0.1%)
Merlin Miller - 12,895 (<0.1%)
Jill Reed - 12,032 (<0.1%)
Richard Duncan - 12,032 (<0.1%)
None of these candidates - 5,753 (<0.1%)
Andre Barnett - 4,704 (<0.1%)
Chuck Bladwin - 4,704 (<0.1%)
Barbara Washer - 4,704 (<0.1%)
Tom Stevens - 4,001 (<0.1%)
Stewart Alexander - 3,897 (<0.1%)
Virgil Goode - 3,553 (<0.1%)
Will Christensen - 3,553 (<0.1%)
James Harris - 3,427 (<0.1%)
Jim Carlson - 3,169 (<0.1%)
Sheila Tittle - 2,470 (<0.1%)
Peta Lindsay - 1,518 (<0.1%)
Gloria La Riva - 1,518 (<0.1%)
Jerry White - 1,126 (<0.1%)
Dean Morstad - 1,107 (<0.1%)
Jack Fellure - 503 (<0.1%)

Break down by state:
Alabama (99.9%)

Mitt Romney - 1,245,221 (60.7%)
Barack Obama - 787,027 (38.4%)
Gary Johnson - 12,242 (0.6%)
Jill Stein - 3,366 (0.2%)
Virgil Goode - 2,967 (0.1%)

Alaska (98.6% Reporting)

Mitt Romney - 120,329 (55.0%)
Barack Obama - 90,743 (41.5%)
Gary Johnson - 5,485(2.5%)
Jill Stein - 2,089 (1.0%)

Arizona (99.7% Reporting)

Mitt Romney - 902,631 (55.0%)
Barack Obama - 712,868 (43.4%)
Gary Johnson - 20,738 (1.3%)
Jill Stein - 5,084 (0.3%)

Arkansas (96.7% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 639,917 (60.5%)
Barack Obama - 390,137 (36.9%)
Gary Johnson - 16,028 (1.5%)
Jill Stein - 9,195 (0.9%)
Peta Lindsay - 1,722 (0.2%)


California (100% reporting)

Barack Obama - 5,573,450 (59.1%)
Mitt Romney - 3,635,571 (38.6%)
Gary Johnson - 98,615 (1.0%)
Jill Stein - 57,748 (0.6%)
Roseanne Barr - 36,914 (0.4%)
Thomas Hoefling - 27,046 (0.3%)

Colorado (79.3% reporting)

Barack Obama - 1,230,730 (51.2%)
Mitt Romney - 1,119,535 (46.5%)
Gary Johnson - 31,991 (1.3%)
Jill Stein - 6,850 (0.3%)
Virgil Goode - 5,761 (0.2%)
Roseanne Barr - 4,478 (0.2%)
Jill Reed - 2,373 (0.1%)
Rocky Anderson - 1,173 (<0.1%)
Sheila Tittle - 730 (<0.1%)
Tom Hoefling - 525 (<0.1%)
Gloria La Riva - 282 (<0.1%)
Stewart Alexander - 275 (<0.1%)
Merlin Miller - 247 (<0.1%)
Tom Stevens - 211 (<0.1%)
James Harris - 176 (<0.1%)
Jerry White - 171 (<0.1%)

Connecticut (91.2% reporting)

Barack Obama - 831,946 (57.9%)
Mitt Romney - 586,871 (40.9%)
Gary Johnson - 11,739 (0.8%)
Rocky Anderson - 5,127 (0.4%)

Delaware (100% reporting)

Barack Obama - 242,547 (58.6%)
Mitt Romney - 165,476 (40.0%)
Gary Johnson - 3,882 (0.9%)
Jill Stein - 1,939 (0.5%)

District of Columbia (100% reporting)

Barack Obama - 222,332 (91.4%)
Mitt Romney - 17,337 (7.1%)
Jill Stein - 2,045 (0.8%)
Gary Johnson - 1,634 (0.7%)

Florida (100% reporting)

Barack Obama - 4,137,844 (49.9%)
Mitt Romney - 4,091,414 (49.3%)
Gary Johnson - 43,563 (0.5%)
Jill Stein - 8,703 (0.1%)
Roseanne Barr - 7,981 (0.1%)
Tom Stevens - 3,797 (<0.1%)
Virgil Goode - 2,528 (<0.1%)
Rocky Anderson - 1,714 (<0.1%)
Tom Hoefling - 915 (<0.1%)
Andre Barnett - 793 (<0.1%)
Stewart Alexander - 779 (<0.1%)
Peta Lindsay - 315 (<0.1%)

Georgia (100% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 2,054,373 (53.4%)
Barack Obama - 1,745,283 (45.4%)
Gary Johnson - 44,795 (1.2%)

Hawaii (100% reporting)

Barack Obama - 303,090 (70.6%)
Mitt Romney - 119,494 (27.8%)
Gary Johnson - 3,789 (0.9%)
Jill Stein - 3,121 (0.7%)

Idaho (98.8% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 416,248 (64.6%)
Barack Obama - 209,811 (32.6%)
Gary Johnson - 9,319 (1.4%)
Jill Stein - 4,330 (0.7%)
Rocky Anderson - 2,451 (0.4%)
Virgil Goode - 2,169 (0.3%)

Illinois (99.7% reporting)

Barack Obama - 2,912,972 (57.3%)
Mitt Romney - 2,087,577 (41.1%)
Gary Johnson - 54,740 (1.1%)
Jill Stein - 29,298 (0.6%)

Indiana (99.8% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 1,408,885 (54.3%)
Barack Obama - 1,135,976 (43.8%)
Gary Johnson - 49,473 (1.9%)

Iowa (99.9% reporting)

Barack Obama - 816,174 (52.1%)
Mitt Romney - 727,545 (46.5%)
Gary Johnson - 12,820 (0.8%)
Jill Stein - 3,739 (0.2%)
Virgil Goode - 3,021 (0.2%)
Jerry Litzel - 1,196 (0.1%)
James Harris - 465 (<0.1%)
Gloria La Riva - 364 (<0.1%)

Kansas (99.4% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 674,603 (59.9%)
Barack Obama - 426,355 (37.9%)
Gary Johnson - 19,780 (1.8%)
Chuck Baldwin - 4,704 (0.4%)

Kentucky (100% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 1,086,970 (60.5%)
Barack Obama - 679,105 (37.8%)
Gary Johnson - 16,770 (0.9%)
Randall Terry - 6,781 (0.4%)
Jill Stein - 6,420 (0.4%)

Louisiana (100% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 1,149,054 (58.5%)
Barack Obama - 781,733 (39.8%)
Gary Johnson - 17,975 (0.9%)
Jill Stein - 6,873 (0.4%)
Virgil Goode - 2,461 (0.1%)
Sheila Tittle - 1,748 (0.1%)
Rocky Anderson - 1,319 (0.1%)
Peta Lindsay - 583 (<0.1%)
Jack Fellure - 503 (<0.1%)
James Harris - 384 (<0.1%)
Jerry White - 352 (<0.1%)

Maine (79.8% reporting)

Barack Obama - 339,032 (56.3%)
Mitt Romney - 242,699 (40.3%)
Gary Johnson - 12,073 (2.0%)
Jill Stein - 7,860 (1.3%)

Maryland (98.3% reporting)

Barack Obama - 1,480,976 (61.2%)
Mitt Romney - 894,718 (37.0%)
Gary Johnson - 27,318 (1.1%)
Jill Stein - 15,289 (0.6%)

Massachusetts (98.7% reporting)

Barack Obama - 1,880,090 (60.8%)
Mitt Romney - 1,161,177 (37.6%)
Gary Johnson - 30,151 (1.0%)
Jill Stein - 19,486 (0.6%)

Michigan (95.2% reporting)

Barack Obama - 2,457,846 (53.7%)
Mitt Romney - 2,079,268 (45.4%)
Jill Stein - 20,855 (0.5%)
Virgil Goode - 16,463 (0.4%)
Rocky Anderson - 5,045 (0.1%)

Minnesota (99.9% reporting)

Barack Obama - 1,543,100 (52.8%)
Mitt Romney - 1,321,156 (45.2%)
Gary Johnson - 35,042 (1.2%)
Jill Stein - 12,951 (0.4%)
Virgil Goode - 3,721 (0.1%)
Jim Carlson - 3,169 (0.1%)
Rocky Anderson - 2,008 (0.1%)
Dean Morstad - 1,107 (<0.1%)
James Harris - 1,058 (<0.1%)
Peta Lindsay - 415 (<0.1%)

Mississippi (99.5% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 661,730 (55.4%)
Barack Obama - 521,178 (43.6%)
Gary Johnson - 6,333 (0.5%)
Virgil Goode - 2,508 (0.2%)
Jill Stein - 1,518 (0.1%)
Barbara Washer - 952 (0.1%)

Missouri (100% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 1,478,961 (53.9%)
Barack Obama - 1,215,031 (44.3%)
Gary Johnson - 43,029 (1.6%)
Virgil Goode - 7,914 (0.3%)

Montana (90.2% reporting)

Mitt Romney - 242,360 (55.0%)
Barack Obama - 185,312 (41.5%)
Gary Johnson - 12,739 (2.9%)




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When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2012, 06:17:58 PM »
How did so many get on the ballot to steal votes?

We were Ross Perot-ed on steroids.

Frick you Roseanne Barr
Virgil
Johnson
Tom and all the rest.

"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2012, 06:22:34 PM »
How did so many get on the ballot to steal votes?

We were Ross Perot-ed on steroids.

Frick you Roseanne Barr
Virgil
Johnson
Tom and all the rest.

OMG EV got 28,000 votes!   :thud:

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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2012, 06:31:05 PM »
How did so many get on the ballot to steal votes?

We were Ross Perot-ed on steroids.

Frick you Roseanne Barr
Virgil
Johnson
Tom and all the rest.

I'm not sure all of those votes really matter.

A lot of them would never vote Democrat or Republican.  People who cast protest votes rarely if ever do.
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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2012, 06:46:05 PM »
This is the first time since Roosevelt that a Democrat has earned a majority in two consecutive elections. Three Republicans have achieved the feat in that time span.

Truman - ran once, although term limits had not taken effect yet (would have been disallowed to run if they were), declined to seek second election
Eisenhower (2) - Republican
Kennedy - elected once, died in office
Johnson - elected once, declined to run again amid major controversy
Nixon (2) - Republican
Carter - elected once, ousted
Reagan (2) - Republican
Bush - Republican, elected once, ousted
Clinton (2) - won in pluralities both of his elections
Bush (2) - Republican, elected with plurality (EC) first time
Obama (2) - majority in both elections
« Last Edit: November 07, 2012, 06:57:17 PM by jmyrlefuller »

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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #5 on: November 08, 2012, 01:41:53 PM »
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Obama (2) - majority in both elections

And he and the MSM will still blame Bush and the republicans for the mess.  8888crybaby
"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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Re: Popular vote breakdown
« Reply #6 on: November 08, 2012, 02:00:51 PM »
The Republican vote for Mitch Romney was less than the vote for John McCain.
Who woulda thunk it?
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Re: Popular vote breakdown
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