Tuesday, November 22, 2016

UPDATE. Comparing the 2012 and 2016 presidential vote in Winnebago County

Vote totals
  • Clinton/Kaine:  37.054
  • Trump/Pence:   43,448 

Original 12/1/2012 post, "Bar Graphing the Results of the 2012 Presidential and U.S. Senate Elections in the Cities of Oshkosh, Neenah, and Menasha, and the rest of Winnebago County Wisconsin", starts here.

Vote totals:
Obama/Biden:  45,449
Romney/Ryan:  42,122

Vote totals:
Tammy Baldwin:      42,782
Tommy Thompson:  41,545

Winnebago County fall 2012 election results

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