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2012 Election Mapping: US President (in Harris County)

November 13, 2012 Politics-2012 4 Comments

Romney v Obama, the conclusion in Harris County …


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The results in this race were:

Barack Obama (D) – 49.38%
Mitt Romney (R) – 49.33%

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  1. I like those blue boxes out west. What SRDs are they in?

  2. gregwythe says:

    They’re mostly in HD132 (see here: http://gregsopinion.com/?p=14206). I believe the split among those precincts was intentional to dilute the growing strength. They could easily serve as the basis of a new Dem district out there if Dems were drawing the lines in the Lege.

  3. Ben Crocker says:

    Greg, when I drill down and click on the US Pres map, I’m getting the US Senate results in the pop up.

  4. gregwythe says:

    My bad … fixed now.

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