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Fayette 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 Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

98 precincts reported of 98 total (100%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Belle Vernon 232 176 1 1
Brownsville Borough 582 284 5 6
Brownsville Twp. 154 89 1 2
Bullskin Twp. 907 1,976 30 12
Connellsville City 1,137 1,253 26 6
Connellsville Twp. 332 519 9 3
Dawson 48 64 0 0
Dunbar Borough 139 237 6 3
Dunbar Twp. 977 1,462 19 9
Everson 110 143 1 2
Fairchance 320 354 2 0
Fayette City 112 92 1 0
Franklin 415 551 4 2
Georges 922 1,196 10 9
German 913 810 8 4
Henry Clay 185 434 6 4
Jefferson 391 476 2 5
Lower Tyrone 177 273 7 0
Luzerne 899 713 10 6
Markleysburg 22 55 1 0
Masontown 630 527 4 1
Menallen 755 785 9 4
Newell 105 84 0 1
Nicholson 244 399 4 5
North Union 1,947 2,113 36 10
Ohiopyle 15 12 0 0
Perry 495 480 7 5
Perryopolis 409 385 7 3
Point Marion 165 194 3 3
Redstone 1,026 844 14 3
Saltlick 363 763 12 4
Smithfield 134 186 3 1
South Connellsville 281 412 7 0
South Union 2,097 2,458 26 11
Springfield 260 597 7 1
Springhill 290 557 8 2
Stewart 66 215 0 0
Uniontown 2,123 1,336 32 7
Upper Tyrone 210 440 4 0
Vanderbilt 78 102 0 0
Washington 783 910 15 11
Wharton 391 889 13 4
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