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US ELECTIONS 2012: US Presidential Election Results Obama vs Romney

Written By David D'Angelo on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 | 11/07/2012

President Barack Obama wins a second term as he won in swing states and majority of the Battleground States.  Obama got 281 Electoral Votes and Mitt Romney with 201 Electoral Votes according to CNN.com.  Even if Obama did win the Republicans had accomplished major gains by getting 201 electoral votes for Romney against only 173 electoral votes for McCain in 1998.

Check out the latest US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS - PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA vs MITT ROMNEY.  First poll did close at around 7pm EST that is 8:05am Philippine Time.  We will also show the previous electoral map and current electoral map based on CNN.com.



Check out the results below updated as of 2:15pm PHT, Wednesday, November 7, 2012 (1:15am EST, Wednesday November 7, 2012).  

US Presidential Exit Polls are now in and it shows a really tight election.  The exit poll at CNN.com shows President Barack Obama winning 49.5% against Mitt Romney 48.5%.

Overall Tally (Projected):
  • Obama - 49% - 303 Electoral Votes  PROJECTED WINNER
  • Romney - 49% - 206 Electoral Votes 
State by State (EV means Electoral votes.  For a candidate to win he needs 270 EV):
  • Alabama (9 EV): Romney - 58%, Obama - 41%,  R
  • Arizona (11 EV): Romney - 56%, Obama 43%,  R
  • Arkansas (6 EV): Romney - 59%, Obama - 39%,  R
  • Colorado (9 EV): Obama - 51%, Romney - 47%, O
  • Connecticut (7 EV): Obama - 55%, Romney - 43%,  O
  • Delaware (3 EV): Obama - 59%, Romney - 40%,  O
  • District of Columbia (3 EV): Obama - 91%, Romney - 7%, d O
  • Florida (29 EV):  Romney - 49%, Obama - 50%, 90% counted
  • Georgia (16 EV): Romney - 55%, Romney - 43%, 82% counted R
  • Idaho (4 EV): Romney - 63%, Obama - 36%,  R
  • Illinous (20 EV): Obama - 58%, Romney - 41%,  O
  • Indiana (11 EV): Romney - 55%, Obama - 43%,  R
  • Iowa (6 EV): Obama - 54%, Romney - 44%,  O
  • Kansas (6 EV): Romney - 59%, Obama - 39%,  R
  • Kentucky (8 EV): Romney - 60%, Obama - 38%,  R
  • Louisiana (8 EV): Romney - 60%, Obama - 38%,  R 
  • Maine (4 EV): Obama - 57%, Romney - 40% O
  • Massachusetts (11 EV): Obama - 60%, Romney - 38%, O
  • Michigan (16 EV): Obama - 51%, Romney - 48%, O
  • Minnesota (10 EV): Obama - 52%, Romney - 46% O
  • Mississippi (6 EV): Romney - 56%, Obama - 43% R
  • Missouri (10 EV): Romney - 58%, Obama - 40%, R
  • Montana (3 EV): Romney - 53%, Obama - 44%, R
  • Nebraska (5 EV): Romney - 59%, Obama - 39%, R
  • Nevada (6 EV): Romney - 64%, Obama - 34%
  • New Hampshire (4 EV):  Obama - 59%, Romney - 46%, O
  • New Mexico (5 EV): Obama - 52%, Romney - 44%, O
  • New York (29 EV): Obama - 57%, Romney - 41%, O
  • North Carolina (15 EV): Romney - 51%, Obama - 48%, R
  • North Dakota (3 EV): Romney - 59%, Obama - 39%, R
  • Ohio (18 EV): Obama - 50%, Romney - 49%, O
  • Oklahoma (7 EV): Romney - 67%, Obama - 33%, R
  • Oregon (7 EV): Obama - 55%, Romney - 43%, O
  • Pennsylvania (20 EV): Obama - 52%, Romney - 46%, O
  • Rhode Island (4 EV): Obama - 63%, Romney - 35%, O
  • South Carolina (9 EV): Romney - 56%, Obama - 42%, R
  • South Dakota (3 EV): Romney - 59%, Obama - 39%, R
  • Tennessee (11 EV) - Romney - 60%, Obama - 39%, R
  • Texas (38 EV) - Romney - 58%, Obama - 40%, R
  • Utah (6 EV): Romney - 67%, Obama - 31%, R
  • Vermont (3 EV) - Obama - 67%, Romney - 31%, O
  • Virginia (13 EV):  Romney - 49%, Obama - 49%, 85% counted
  • Washington (12 EV): Obama - 55%, Romney - 43%, O
  • West Virginia (5 EV): Romney - 62%, Obama - 36%, R
  • Wisconsin (10 EV): Obama - 52%, Romney - 47%, O
  • Wyoming (3 EV): Romney - 69%, Obama - 28%, R
For the latest update please do check our source CNN Election Center.

Here is what Obama vs Romney US Presidential election results looked like before the elections...


Let us also take a flashback into the campaign of President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney in this CNN.com's featured video THE US PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IN TWO MINUTES.


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