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Westmoreland County election results

| Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, 8:17 p.m.

Democratic President Barack Obama overcame a challenge from former Republican Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in Tuesday's election. Here are the results for the communities in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

306 precincts reported of 306 total (100%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Adamsburg 24 52 1 0
Allegheny 1,302 2,356 20 7
Arnold 1,141 584 10 5
Arona 34 93 0 0
Avonmore 209 174 1 0
Bell 330 646 17 4
Bolivar 72 85 3 0
Cook 261 662 11 2
Delmont 400 864 11 4
Derry Borough 396 546 12 3
Derry Twp. 2,182 3,093 45 25
Donegal Borough 23 23 0 1
Donegal Twp. 321 645 8 3
East Huntingdon 961 2,071 29 10
East Vandergrift 128 117 4 1
Export 146 194 2 2
Fairfield 251 653 11 0
Greensburg 2,764 3,267 60 25
Hempfield 6,449 12,754 159 62
Hunker 55 105 1 0
Hyde Park 90 99 2 1
Irwin 679 991 21 4
Jeannette 1,616 1,875 38 13
Latrobe 1,344 1,868 38 6
Laurel Mountain 36 57 0 0
Ligonier Borough 265 515 2 5
Ligonier Twp. 935 2,192 23 5
Lower Burrell 2,281 3,185 45 5
Loyalhanna 299 475 10 4
Madison 72 123 2 0
Manor 518 1,045 14 4
Monessen 2,091 1,032 35 12
Mt. Pleasant Borough 820 908 14 5
Mt. Pleasant Twp. 1,647 2,892 36 16
Murrysville 3,512 7,214 75 24
New Alexandria 104 168 5 1
New Florence 77 160 5 1
New Kensington 2,825 2,554 53 19
New Stanton 359 608 8 3
North Belle Vernon 378 379 7 1
North Huntingdon 5,488 9,954 122 36
North Irwin 136 228 8 0
Oklahoma 136 215 8 0
Penn Borough 65 91 3 0
Penn Twp. 3,156 6,988 60 22
Rostraver 2,116 2,798 28 10
Salem 992 2,120 27 8
Scottdale 756 1,103 19 6
Seward 58 111 1 0
Sewickley 979 1,631 23 10
Smithton 82 75 1 1
South Greensburg 457 577 17 5
South Huntingdon 923 1,543 20 7
Southwest Greensburg 435 589 12 7
St. Clair 206 329 6 3
Sutersville 88 132 2 3
Trafford 563 813 18 2
Unity 3,334 6,487 62 28
Upper Burrell 362 728 7 0
Vandergrift 934 770 12 9
Washington 942 2,264 23 4
West Leechburg 228 305 3 3
West Newton 544 570 6 4
Youngstown 46 74 5 0
Youngwood 461 820 17 11
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