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« on: June 23, 2013, 07:15:38 AM »
« edited: June 23, 2013, 08:00:49 AM by ElectionsGuy »

Kenosha County:

City/Village/Town               Obama %              Romney %

Kenosha (C)                         63.8%                   34.8%
Pleasant Prairie (V)                47.7%                   51.1%
Twin Lakes (V)                      45.8%                   53.2%
Paddock Lake (V)                  45.0%                   53.3%
Silver Lake (V)                      45.5%                   53.6%
Genoa City (V)**                   0.0%                   100.0%
Somers (T)                           51.8%                   46.8%
Salem (T)                             42.0%                   56.4%
Bristol (T)                             37.6%                   61.4%
Brighton (T)                          35.0%                   64.3%
Paris (T)                               38.7%                   60.0%
Randall (T)                            41.0%                   58.2%
Wheatland (T)                       39.1%                   59.5%

** Genoa City is part of Walworth County that sticks into Kenosha County. The precinct that sticks into Kenosha County only had two votes, and they were both for Romney.

Overall not much in Kenosha County, the reason this is more democratic than Racine County is because while Racine is more democratic than Kenosha, the villages in towns in Kenosha County aren't nearly as republican as the ones in Racine County, also Kenosha is a bigger city and represents more of the population of it's county than Racine.

Obama's best parts were the City of Kenosha and parts by Lake Michigan. Romney's best parts were probably the rural townships.
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