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Butler 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 Butler County, Pennsylvania.

89 precincts reported of 89 total (100%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Adams 1,760 4,901 23 14
Allegheny 60 163 3 1
Brady 174 328 4 4
Bruin 25 92 1 0
Buffalo 1,122 2,554 25 15
Butler City 2,155 2,482 67 24
Butler Twp. 3,241 5,536 78 36
Callery 54 120 2 3
Center 1,376 2,877 37 13
Cherry 182 314 6 3
Cherry Valley 10 17 0 3
Chicora 126 290 2 2
Clay 365 698 9 8
Clearfield 331 682 15 5
Clinton 388 1,101 7 2
Concord 161 459 5 6
Connoquenessing Borough 96 178 3 0
Connoquenessing Twp. 570 1,552 15 3
Cranberry 4,764 9,878 131 32
Donegal 249 566 6 0
East Butler 115 182 4 3
Eau Claire 33 69 4 1
Evans City 285 531 10 3
Fairview Borough 27 33 0 0
Fairview Twp. 265 634 8 2
Forward 365 906 8 5
Franklin 392 973 6 3
Harmony 167 337 9 3
Harrisville 94 267 10 5
Jackson 573 1,355 17 9
Jefferson 659 1,920 17 4
Karns City 29 53 0 1
Lancaster 357 1,030 16 7
Marion 177 332 3 2
Mars 224 523 3 5
Mercer 134 322 7 3
Middlesex 805 2,081 29 7
Muddycreek 265 770 6 9
Oakland 483 905 21 4
Parker 63 208 1 2
Penn 730 2,045 13 8
Petrolia 28 40 0 0
Portersville 34 99 1 0
Prospect 163 369 3 0
Saxonburg 228 486 7 1
Seven Fields 490 1,064 16 4
Slippery Rock Borough 604 489 26 3
Slippery Rock Twp. 1,013 1,190 28 14
Summit 587 1,325 22 9
Valencia 98 220 0 0
Venango 90 227 5 3
Washington 145 366 5 2
West Liberty 58 116 1 0
West Sunbury 25 43 0 0
Winfield 406 1,265 18 6
Worth 212 515 13 4
Zelienople 753 1,338 34 7
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