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Primary Stats: Who Do Voters in Lemont Township Want For President?

A statistical look at which presidential candidates garnered the most support with Lemont Township voters.

Voters in had a clear preference when it came to Republican presidential candidates.

Mitt Romney was the preferred choice for 54.5 percent of GOP voters in . Rick Santorum placed second with 29.4 percent of votes.

A total 641 Lemont Township voters cast ballots for Barack Obama. 

The following table gives you a precinct by precinct look at how the Republican candidates fared with local voters.

Lemont Township had a turnout rate of 24.1 percent, which was only slightly higher than the rest of suburban Cook County, .

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PrecinctBallots CastMitt RomneyRon PaulRick PerryNewt GingrichCharles ''Buddy'' RoemerRick SantorumTotal Votes Lemont 1 218 125 24 0 20 1 47 217 Lemont 2 136 65 15 0 12 0 42 134 Lemont 3
236 141 17 0 16 0 61 235 Lemont 4 162 86 15 0 6 0 54 161 Lemont 5 139 66 14 1 9 2 46 138 Lemont 6 167 80 18 1 13 1 53 166 Lemont 7 116 59 8 1 9 0 39 116 Lemont 8 201 108 13 1 9 0 69 200 Lemont 9 162 89 15 0 16 0 41 161 Lemont 10 109 51 8 0 8 1 40 108 Lemont 11 287 172 17 2 17 0 75 283 Lemont 12 170 92 8 2 9 3 56 170 Lemont 13 203 105 12 1 16 0 68 202 Lemont 14 218 138 11 0 16 0 52 217 Lemont Township Results 2,524 1,377 195 9 176 8 743 2,508

*Based on unofficial results from the Cook County Clerk's Office

Dwayne March 27, 2012 at 01:14 PM
Amanda, I believe that the numbers are inaccurate. There were more ballots cast in Precinct 7 than what you are showing.
Amanda Luevano (Editor) March 28, 2012 at 11:23 AM
*Dwayne, these numbers are pulled directly from the Cook County website. Remember, they are unofficial still, but I did double check. Take a look for yourself: http://electionnight.cookcountyclerk.com/Detail.aspx?eid=32012&rid=11&vfor=1&twpftr=0 According to the results on the site, an additional 48 were cast for Barack Obama, bringing the total to 164. This is for the presidential race.

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