LOOK: Which Beachwood Precinct Voted for Romney?

We narrowed down the results to the precinct in Beachwood and pinpointed the only precinct that went to Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney.

Beachwood is traditionally a left-leaning city, and this election was no different. 

Only one precinct out of the city's 10 went to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Tuesday's general election.

President Barack Obama won the national election, and in Beachwood, he won by a wide margin. See Beachwood's raw numbers here.

Even when the candidate was homegrown, Beachwood did not support the Republican: Josh Mandel, a Beachwood High School alumni, didn't win a single precinct in Beachwood.

Check out the map and two charts to the right to see the locations of Beachwood's precincts and how your neighbors voted.

Beachwood Precinct Barack Obama (D) Mitt Romney (R) A 52% 46% B 47% 51% C 67% 32% D 73% 25% E 85% 14% F 68% 30% G 62% 37% H 67% 32% I 78% 21% J 82% 18% Beachwood Precinct Sherrod Brown Josh Mandel A 52% 45% B 50% 46% C 69% 29% D 75% 22% E 83% 12% F 70% 25% G 63% 34% H 68% 28% I 80% 16% J 75%


Are you surprised that one Beachwood neighborhood went to Romney? Tell us in the comments!

Dave Cunix November 09, 2012 at 03:23 PM
Great work Nikki
Annette Lusher November 09, 2012 at 05:34 PM
I wish you had identified the geographical area of Precinct B, since that was the focus of your article.
Karen Roth Tindel November 09, 2012 at 06:33 PM
B runs between Green and Deborah, from Timberlane down to Fairmount.
Nikki Ferrell November 09, 2012 at 07:51 PM
Hi, Annette! It's in the map that I attached above, and Karen is right - it includes the area she described, as well as the area adjacent, inside the borders made by Richmond to the east, Deborah to the west, Fairmount to the south and Maidenstone to the north. The total area is north of Fairmount Boulevard between Richmond and Green, and the north border is a squiggly line comprised of Maidenstone, Deborah and Timberline.


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