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Allegheny 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 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

1319 precincts reported of 1319 total (100%)
Obama Romney Johnson Stein
Aleppo 371 581 9 4
Aspinwall 870 694 17 8
Avalon 1,352 911 25 8
Baldwin Borough 5,144 4,248 86 35
Baldwin Twp. 633 502 8 7
Bell Acres 306 491 8 1
Bellevue 2,237 1,397 56 8
Ben Avon 551 470 12 5
Ben Avon Heights 107 147 1 0
Bethel Park 7,909 10,343 124 43
Blawnox 379 283 12 3
Brackenridge 609 526 14 6
Braddock Hills 625 276 11 6
Braddock 933 66 4 0
Bradford Woods 282 503 4 1
Brentwood 2,401 2,015 48 16
Bridgeville 1,137 1,149 18 6
Carnegie 1,945 1,465 38 16
Casl Shannon 2,180 1,738 27 10
Chalfant 218 174 5 2
Cheswick 429 503 7 2
Churchill 1,237 931 16 7
Clairton 2,292 706 12 9
Collier 1,541 2,137 27 8
Coraopolis 1,555 1,004 27 5
Crafton 1,677 1,191 41 12
Crescent 539 685 8 1
Dormont 2,671 1,558 57 31
Dravosburg 439 365 11 3
Duquesne 1,923 391 8 2
East McKeesport 533 403 10 3
East Pittsburgh 597 147 6 2
East Deer 296 282 8 1
Edgewood 1,452 530 20 16
Edgeworth 408 596 5 3
Elizabeth Borough 274 346 6 3
Elizabeth Twp. 2,764 3,958 41 13
Emsworth 632 549 14 6
Etna 772 589 17 5
Fawn 371 639 13 3
Findlay 963 1,413 21 8
Forest Hills 2,440 1,498 41 16
Forward 623 766 16 2
Fox Chapel 1,378 1,998 10 3
Franklin Park 2,716 4,673 55 11
Frazer 211 319 4 2
Glassport 876 744 17 8
Glen Osborne 154 172 3 1
Glenfield 38 60 1 0
Green Tree 1,287 1,327 20 6
Hampton 4,018 6,252 73 23
Harmar 671 810 16 2
Harrison 2,089 2,265 33 14
Haysville 15 24 0 0
Heidelberg 312 232 4 1
Homestead 1,396 129 4 1
Indiana 1,494 2,111 28 12
Ingram 908 635 17 7
Jefferson Hills 2,229 3,272 38 11
Kennedy 2,250 2,262 30 10
Kilbuck 170 233 2 2
Leet 390 447 8 2
Leetsdale 311 259 4 0
Liberty 547 603 11 2
Lincoln 194 272 3 2
Marshall 1,364 2,638 20 6
McCandless 6,514 9,557 120 27
McDonald 65 56 0 0
McKees Rocks 1,724 524 12 8
McKeesport 5,358 2,093 31 23
Millvale 795 517 11 11
Monroeville 7,672 6,830 114 28
Moon 4,908 6,785 100 21
Mt. Lebanon 10,426 8,940 140 57
Mt. Oliver 1,044 298 11 7
Munhall 3,157 2,108 35 11
North Braddock 1,681 417 14 13
North Fayette 2,559 3,393 45 6
North Versailles 2,464 2,043 34 15
Neville 267 245 2 1
Oakdale 371 350 4 4
Oakmont 1,787 1,882 35 9
O'Hara 2,692 2,614 41 10
Ohio 1,145 1,764 17 3
Penn Hills 14,990 7,017 164 45
Pennsbury Village 232 181 6 6
Pine 1,782 4,327 31 10
Pitcairn 641 582 8 4
Pittsburgh Ward 1 1,013 414 35 7
Pittsburgh Ward 2 761 396 11 0
Pittsburgh Ward 3 1,423 75 4 1
Pittsburgh Ward 4 7,411 2,177 227 68
Pittsburgh Ward 5 3,990 146 14 14
Pittsburgh Ward 6 1,495 361 29 18
Pittsburgh Ward 7 4,351 1,604 101 33
Pittsburgh Ward 8 3,796 917 87 69
Pittsburgh Ward 9 2,406 637 41 54
Pittsburgh Ward 10 5,384 1,326 55 36
Pittsburgh Ward 11 6,313 679 45 43
Pittsburgh Ward 12 3,801 59 5 7
Pittsburgh Ward 13 4,786 66 1 2
Pittsburgh Ward 14 15,467 4,305 212 142
Pittsburgh Ward 15 4,753 1,397 70 39
Pittsburgh Ward 16 2,348 920 47 17
Pittsburgh Ward 17 1,557 802 40 21
Pittsburgh Ward 18 2,711 589 34 15
Pittsburgh Ward 19 8,034 4,358 167 59
Pittsburgh Ward 20 4,674 1,989 48 33
Pittsburgh Ward 21 1,422 78 4 6
Pittsburgh Ward 22 1,245 253 16 9
Pittsburgh Ward 23 926 311 15 7
Pittsburgh Ward 24 1,085 570 13 12
Pittsburgh Ward 25 1,652 212 11 10
Pittsburgh Ward 26 4,393 997 27 24
Pittsburgh Ward 27 3,810 1,680 36 24
Pittsburgh Ward 28 2,913 1,438 54 18
Pittsburgh Ward 29 2,569 1,444 42 23
Pittsburgh Ward 30 1,366 214 10 3
Pittsburgh Ward 31 1,167 1,052 16 12
Pittsburgh Ward 32 1,660 1,242 27 18
Pleasant Hills 2,052 2,515 32 14
Plum 5,633 7,723 97 22
Port Vue 739 788 15 10
Rankin 886 78 0 2
Reserve 887 844 18 7
Richland 2,119 4,054 49 10
Robinson 2,955 3,929 43 16
Ross 7,813 9,206 154 45
Rosslyn Farms 144 180 1 2
South Fayette 3,107 4,132 46 10
South Versailles 57 96 0 1
Scott 4,176 4,007 59 18
Sewickley Hills 161 233 4 1
Sewickley Heights 145 405 3 0
Sewickley 1,004 1,081 16 5
Shaler 7,231 8,746 91 40
Sharpsburg 827 473 12 8
South Park 3,171 3,685 45 14
Springdale Borough 716 767 14 10
Springdale Twp. 377 441 3 1
Stowe 1,783 842 17 7
Swissvale 3,700 910 34 35
Tarentum 780 647 15 9
Thornburg 130 193 1 2
Trafford 12 21 0 0
Turtle Creek 1,301 707 20 7
Upper St. Clair 4,468 7,388 63 24
Verona 603 405 11 6
Versailles 304 266 2 3
West Elizabeth 81 98 2 2
West Homestead 573 424 5 3
Wall 111 66 3 4
West Deer 2,194 3,362 50 18
West Mifflin 5,568 4,171 80 40
West View 1,674 1,567 35 10
Whitaker 356 195 6 2
White Oak 1,779 2,255 42 10
Whitehall 3,615 3,745 52 16
Wilkins 1,963 1,563 26 8
Wilkinsburg 7,876 747 48 38
Wilmerding 489 215 5 3
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