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Barack Obama
206
Mitt Romney
  • California 55
  • Colorado 9
  • Connecticut 7
  • District of Colombria 3
  • Delaware 3
  • Florida 29
  • Hawaii 4
  • Iowa 6
  • Illinois 20
  • Massachusetts 11
  • Maryland 10
  • Maine 4
  • Michigan 16
  • Minnesota 10
  • Nebraska 0
  • New Hampshire 4
  • New Jersey 14
  • New Mexico 5
  • Nevada 6
  • New York 29
  • Ohio 18
  • Oregon 7
  • Pennsylvania 20
  • Rhode Island 4
  • Virginia 13
  • Vermont 3
  • Washington 12
  • Wisconsin 10
  • Alaska 3
  • Alabama 9
  • Arkansas 6
  • Arizona 11
  • Georgia 16
  • Idaho 4
  • Indiana 11
  • Kansas 6
  • Kentucky 8
  • Louisiana 8
  • Maine 0
  • Missouri 10
  • Mississippi 6
  • Montana 3
  • North Carolina 15
  • North Dakota 3
  • Nebraska 5
  • Oklahoma 7
  • South Carolina 9
  • South Dakota 3
  • Tennessee 11
  • Texas 38
  • Utah 6
  • West Virginia 5
  • Wyoming 3
8 November 2012 Last updated at 09:39

  • Called for Obama
  • Called for Romney
  • Undeclared

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USA votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 62,156,980
50.6%
Romney 58,805,060
47.8%
Other 1,945,906
1.6%

After 51 of 51 states* have declared

*including capital district Washington D.C which has 3 electoral votes

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Election history
  • 2008 00.0% Republican
  • 2004 00.0% Republican
  • 2000 00.0% Democrat
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
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Republican -- -- -- --
Other -- -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
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Presidential results:

Congressional results:

Source: AP Data

National congressional results

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Senate100 seats
45 Republican seats 53 Democratic seats 2 Others

House of representatives435 seats
233 Republican seats 195 Democratic seats

Obama wins

Barack Obama has won a second term as president, defeating Republican Mitt Romney. The Democrats are projected to have retained control of the Senate, while the Republicans are projected to have kept control of the House of Representatives.

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