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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
Alaska votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 91,696
41.6%%
Romney 121,234%
55.0%%
Other 7,666
3.5%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: John McCain, and running mate former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, secured this state for the Republicans in 2008.

Congressional results:

Alabama votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 793,620
38.4%%
Romney 1,252,453%
60.7%%
Other 18,626
0.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results:

Congressional results:

Arkansas votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 391,953
36.9%%
Romney 643,717%
60.6%%
Other 27,161
2.6%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: McCain won by a 20% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Arizona votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 874,515
44.1%%
Romney 1,077,252%
54.3%%
Other 33,022
1.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results:

Congressional results:

California votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 6,177,882
59.3%%
Romney 4,000,206%
38.4%%
Other 247,259
2.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 38 -- -- --
Republican 15 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won California by a landslide in 2008, taking all 55 electoral votes.

Congressional results:

Colorado votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,238,490
51.2%%
Romney 1,125,391%
46.5%%
Other 55,817
2.3%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 3 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Taken from the Republicans by Obama in 2008 after a close race.

Congressional results:

Connecticut votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 912,531
58.4%%
Romney 631,432%
40.4%%
Other 18,224
1.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama took Connecticut with 61% of the popular vote in 2008.

Congressional results:

District of Colombria votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 222,332
91.4%%
Romney 17,337%
7.1%%
Other 3,679
1.5%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: In 2008 Obama won with 93% of the popular vote.

Congressional results:

Delaware votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 242,547
58.6%%
Romney 165,476%
40.0%%
Other 5,821
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: As projected, Obama won Delaware in 2008.

Congressional results:

Florida votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 4,235,270
50.0%%
Romney 4,162,081%
49.1%%
Other 72,854
0.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 10 -- -- --
Republican 17 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A crucial battleground, Obama won by a narrow margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Georgia votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,761,761
45.4%%
Romney 2,070,221%
53.4%%
Other 45,056
1.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 9 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: McCain won Georgia in 2008 by only a 5 per cent margin.

Congressional results:

Hawaii votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 303,090
70.6%%
Romney 119,494%
27.8%%
Other 6,910
1.6%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won his home state with 72% of the popular vote in 2008.

Congressional results:

Iowa votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 816,429
52.1%%
Romney 727,928%
46.5%%
Other 21,611
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 2 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A major loss for the Republicans in 2008, Obama won by 10%.

Congressional results:

Idaho votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 212,560
32.6%%
Romney 420,750%
64.5%%
Other 18,561
2.8%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 2 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won here by 17% in the last election.

Congressional results:

Illinois votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 2,916,811
57.3%%
Romney 2,090,116%
41.1%%
Other 84,134
1.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 12 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Former Illinois senator Barack Obama swept the state in 2008, taking all 21 electoral votes.

Congressional results:

Indiana votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,140,425
43.8%%
Romney 1,412,620%
54.3%%
Other 49,838
1.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 7 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A narrow Obama win in 2008, by only 0.9% of the popular vote.

Congressional results:

Kansas votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 427,918
37.8%%
Romney 678,719%
60.0%%
Other 24,607
2.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Like Idaho, Kansas has gone to the Republicans every year since 1968.

Congressional results:

Kentucky votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 679,340
37.8%%
Romney 1,087,127%
60.5%%
Other 30,269
1.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 5 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Kentucky went to McCain by nearly 20% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Louisiana votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 808,496
40.6%%
Romney 1,152,460%
57.8%%
Other 32,599
1.6%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: As in the two prior elections, Louisiana went to the Republicans in 2008.

Congressional results:

Massachusetts votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,901,276
60.7%%
Romney 1,178,245%
37.6%%
Other 50,210
1.6%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 9 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won by almost 30% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Maryland votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,527,686
61.7%%
Romney 904,970%
36.6%%
Other 43,300
1.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 7 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama took Maryland by 25% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Maine votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 397,754
56.0%%
Romney 290,437%
40.9%%
Other 22,547
3.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 1 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A solidly blue state, Obama carried it by 17% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Michigan votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 2,561,911
54.3%%
Romney 2,112,673%
44.8%%
Other 43,144
0.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 9 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A Democratic win in 2008 but expected to be a close race this year.

Congressional results:

Minnesota votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,547,668
52.8%%
Romney 1,321,575%
45.1%%
Other 59,699
2.0%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 3 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Minnesota has voted Democratic since 1976, but is being targeted by the Republicans in 2012.

Congressional results:

Missouri votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,215,031
44.3%%
Romney 1,478,961%
53.9%%
Other 50,943
1.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Scene of a very close race in 2008, with John McCain winning by just a few thousand votes.

Congressional results:

Mississippi votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 528,260
43.5%%
Romney 674,302%
55.5%%
Other 11,442
0.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 3 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Mississippi went to McCain by approximately 14% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Montana votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 200,489
41.8%%
Romney 264,974%
55.3%%
Other 13,923
2.9%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: McCain won here in 2008 by a relatively small margin.

Congressional results:

North Carolina votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 2,178,388
48.4%%
Romney 2,275,853%
50.6%%
Other 44,798
1.0%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 4 -- -- --
Republican 9 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won an extremely narrow victory here in 2008.

Congressional results:

North Dakota votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 124,490
38.9%%
Romney 187,586%
58.7%%
Other 7,749
2.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: John McCain won North Dakota by an 8% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Nebraska votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 289,154
37.8%%
Romney 462,972%
60.5%%
Other 12,957
1.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 3 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Nebraska is one of only two states (the other being Maine) which splits its electoral college votes. In 2008 John McCain won 3, with Barack Obama picking up the other 1.

Congressional results:

New Hampshire votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 368,529
52.2%%
Romney 327,870%
46.4%%
Other 9,475
1.3%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won New Hampshire with a 9% margin in 2008. The race is expected to be even closer this year.

Congressional results:

New Jersey votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,960,744
58.0%%
Romney 1,383,233%
40.9%%
Other 34,849
1.0%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 6 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: New Jersey voted Democrat in 1992 after two decades of Republican wins. Obama won by 10% in 2008.

Congressional results:

New Mexico votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 408,312
52.9%%
Romney 331,915%
43.0%%
Other 32,102
4.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama took New Mexico for the Democrats in 2008 with a 15% margin.

Congressional results:

Nevada votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 528,801
52.3%%
Romney 462,422%
45.7%%
Other 19,882
2.0%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 2 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won Nevada for the Democrats by a 12% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

New York votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 3,875,826
62.6%%
Romney 2,226,637%
36.0%%
Other 86,519
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 21 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: The last time New York went to the Republicans was in 1984 when Ronald Reagan won a second term.

Congressional results:

Ohio votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 2,697,260
50.1%%
Romney 2,593,779%
48.2%%
Other 88,051
1.6%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 4 -- -- --
Republican 12 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A key swing state in 2012. Obama won here narrowly in 2008.

Congressional results:

Oklahoma votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 442,647
33.2%%
Romney 889,372%
66.8%%
Other 0
0.0%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 5 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Oklahama has gone to the Republicans in every election since 1968.

Congressional results:

Oregon votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 915,703
54.5%%
Romney 718,254%
42.7%%
Other 47,648
2.8%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 4 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Oregon, a Democratic stronghold, went to Obama in 2008.

Congressional results:

Pennsylvania votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 2,907,448
52.0%%
Romney 2,619,583%
46.8%%
Other 69,468
1.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 5 -- -- --
Republican 13 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won Pennsylvania by a 10% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Rhode Island votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 274,342
62.7%%
Romney 155,355%
35.5%%
Other 7,683
1.8%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won Rhode Island by 27% in 2008.

Congressional results:

South Carolina votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 845,756
44.0%%
Romney 1,049,507%
54.6%%
Other 26,100
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 6 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Consistently red, the last time South Carolina went to the Democrats was in 1976 when Jimmy Carter was elected.

Congressional results:

South Dakota votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 144,988
39.9%%
Romney 210,541%
57.9%%
Other 8,166
2.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A Republican stronghold, South Dakota has only gone blue once in the last 16 elections.

Congressional results:

Tennessee votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 953,043
39.0%%
Romney 1,453,097%
59.5%%
Other 36,664
1.5%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 2 -- -- --
Republican 7 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: John McCain won Tennesee by a 15% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Texas votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 3,294,440
41.4%%
Romney 4,555,799%
57.2%%
Other 112,560
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 12 -- -- --
Republican 24 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Texas has voted Republican in every election since 1980.

Congressional results:

Utah votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 229,463
24.9%%
Romney 671,747%
72.8%%
Other 22,091
2.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 3 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: John McCain won in Utah by a 26% margin in 2008.

Congressional results:

Virginia votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,905,528
50.8%%
Romney 1,789,618%
47.8%%
Other 52,712
1.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 3 -- -- --
Republican 8 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won this tightly contested state by 7% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Vermont votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 199,259
67.0%%
Romney 92,700%
31.2%%
Other 5,315
1.8%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 1 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won Vermont by nearly 40% in 2008.

Congressional results:

Washington votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,567,463
55.8%%
Romney 1,173,652%
41.8%%
Other 67,226
2.4%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 6 -- -- --
Republican 4 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: A clear 17% win for Obama in 2008.

Congressional results:

Wisconsin votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 1,613,950
52.8%%
Romney 1,408,746%
46.1%%
Other 33,917
1.1%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 3 -- -- --
Republican 5 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Obama won the state in 2008 with a strong margin, but it is likely to be a close race in 2012.

Congressional results:

West Virginia votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 234,925
35.5%%
Romney 412,406%
62.3%%
Other 14,312
2.2%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 0 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 1 -- -- --
Republican 2 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: Unlike its eastern counterpart, West Virginia went to John McCain in 2008.

Congressional results:

Wyoming votes

After of precincts reported

Obama 68,780
28.0%%
Romney 170,265%
69.3%%
Other 6,740
2.7%%
Senate
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --
House of Representatives
2012 2010 2008 2006
Democrat 0 -- -- --
Republican 1 -- -- --
Other 0 -- -- --

Presidential results: John McCain won Wyoming in 2008, picking up nearly two-thirds of the popular vote.

Congressional results:

Source: AP Data

National congressional results

See results from: 2012 | 2010 | 2008
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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