Obama Romney by Congressional District

Thanks, iwood. Promoted by Rosi.

UPDATE:Ah, what a mess.  These numbers are from 2008.  Hopefully they’ll update with 2012 numbers soon and we can update here.

According to Daily Kos these are the percentages for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney broken out by Congressional district.  Since every single county is still counting votes these are not official, but they are probably close:

District Representative Party Obama Romney
NJ-01 Andrews, Rob (D) 66% 34%
NJ-02 LoBiondo, Frank (R) 53% 46%
NJ-03 Runyan, Jon (R) 51% 48%
NJ-04 Smith, Chris (R) 45% 54%
NJ-05 Garrett, Steve (R) 49% 51%
NJ-06 Pallone, Frank (D) 58% 40%
NJ-07 Lance, Leonard (R) 47% 52%
NJ-08 Sires, Albio (D) 73% 26%
NJ-09 Pascrell, Bill (D) 64% 35%
NJ-10 Payne, Donald (D) 85% 15%
NJ-11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney (R) 47% 52%
NJ-12 Holt, Rush (D) 66% 33%

Obama won NJ2 and NJ3, indicating that — done properly — we still have a chance there in 2014.  Time to recruit candidates and raise money.

Comments (6)

  1. SmartyJones

    SCOTT  Garret.

    Gah

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  2. Jeff Gardner

    Where else but here would a 51-49 Republican leaning district (NJ-5) held by a far-right tea-party extremist be written off as unwinnable by the Democratic Party?

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  3. Steve M

    Did any of these districts experience a diminution in turnout that could be attributable to the storm?  Ordinarily, when weather or external factors operate to depress turnout, that is considered more harmful to the Democratic vote than the Republican one.

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  4. zi985

    NJ.com reported a few hours ago that the NJ Division of Elections just granted numerous election certification extensions to many counties.

    Ocean and Union counties have until Monday, Nov. 26 to certify their election results. Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, and Somerset have until Tuesday, Nov. 27.

    The bottom line is that we won’t know the definitive Presidential election results for each of the 12 Congressional districts until at least Nov. 27th at the very earliest.

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