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Armstrong 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 Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.

67 precincts reported of 68 total (99%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Apollo 224 286 3 0
Applewold 38 93 1 1
Atwood 12 30 0 0
Bethel 187 376 5 3
Boggs 65 319 1 0
Bradys Bend 105 219 3 4
Burrell 68 252 3 1
Cadogan 56 97 4 2
Cowanshannock 321 728 7 2
Dayton 38 174 5 4
East Franklin 518 1348 19 6
Elderton 44 96 1 0
Ford City 500 606 18 6
Ford Cliff 70 88 6 1
Freeport 319 389 15 4
Gilpin 438 641 9 7
Hovey 9 20 0 0
Kiskiminetas 645 1273 25 8
Kittanning Borough 473 824 8 4
Kittanning Twp. 235 674 9 2
Leechburg 409 407 13 4
Madison 79 329 5 2
Mahoning 123 447 12 3
Manor 375 674 12 2
Manorville 68 115 0 0
North Apollo 186 301 3 5
North Buffalo 332 982 14 5
Parker City 79 172 2 1
Parks 365 646 3 4
Perry 65 90 3 1
Pine 29 129 0 1
Plumcreek 223 701 2 2
Rayburn 168 418 4 1
Redbank 59 316 5 3
Rural Valley 124 241 3 1
South Bend 110 348 5 3
South Bethlehem 32 140 5 1
South Buffalo 370 1070 14 3
Sugarcreek 170 400 8 2
Valley 63 251 2 0
Washington 110 315 3 0
Wayne 67 377 3 1
West Franklin 207 685 6 4
West Kittanning 171 395 4 5
Worthington 72 216 3 0
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