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Washington 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 Washington County, Pennsylvania.

184 precincts reported of 184 total (100%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Allenport 123 86 1 3
Amwell 517 1033 12 8
Beallsville 85 108 4 2
Bentleyville 442 430 10 3
Blaine 100 168 3 1
Buffalo 332 601 2 5
Burgettstown 270 262 7 0
California 969 669 24 5
Canonsburg 1918 1837 47 16
Canton 1567 1496 25 12
Carroll 1190 1448 30 13
Cecil 2221 3354 50 14
Centerville 786 659 9 6
Charleroi 685 548 13 3
Chartiers 1546 2018 29 10
Claysville 107 189 2 2
Coal Center 44 11 4 0
Cokeburg 150 92 3 2
Cross Creek 263 413 6 2
Deemston 142 200 2 0
Donegal 279 668 7 7
Donora 1107 581 15 8
Dunlevy 98 81 1 1
East Bethlehem 494 334 9 3
East Finley 113 349 3 4
East Washington 424 419 9 1
Elco 58 57 1 0
Ellsworth 187 41 3 3
Fallowfield 905 1099 18 7
Finleyville 77 89 2 1
Green Hills 0 12 0 0
Hanover 374 711 9 6
Hopewell 135 279 1 2
Houston 227 266 6 0
Independence 261 404 10 5
Jefferson 201 288 5 1
Long Branch 97 129 3 1
Marianna 107 51 1 1
Mcdonald 301 330 10 3
Midway 173 180 6 3
Monongahela 893 822 29 5
Morris 116 373 5 4
Mt. Pleasant 649 1065 14 5
New Eagle 413 481 8 2
North Bethlehem 283 425 9 2
North Charleroi 255 205 4 5
North Franklin 952 1160 22 6
North Strabane 2629 4041 51 22
Nottingham 553 1025 16 2
Peters 3293 8133 80 12
Robinson 314 421 5 3
Roscoe 193 164 4 5
Smith 1015 839 15 2
Somerset 498 735 5 5
South Franklin 456 964 10 3
South Strabane 1690 2705 33 12
Speers 284 306 5 0
Stockdale 120 88 4 0
Twilight 45 57 0 1
Union 1081 1614 23 10
Washington 2666 1560 51 18
West Bethlehem 190 274 4 4
West Brownsville 240 165 7 2
West Finley 81 243 1 1
West Middletown 34 29 0 3
West Pike Run 379 353 8 5
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