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Election 2012: Did Oak Lawn Choose Obama or Romney?

President Barack Obama keeps his title for the next four years, but who did Oak Lawn choose to lead the country? We gathered precinct data to show how our area voted.

There was no conservative revolution in Oak Lawn this presidential election, which is now relegated to history.

Oak Lawn mirrored the rest of the country’s voting patterns, with Democrat President Barack Obama winning the electoral and popular votes over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. In Oak Lawn, Obama was the clear favorite, according to data from the Cook County Clerk’s office.

In the Worth Township precincts located in Oak Lawn, Romney took six out of the 41 local precincts; in some only a few votes separated the candidates.

Obama took 12,792 votes to Romney’s 10,186 of votes cast in the 2012 presidential election, according to the Cook County Clerk’s office.

Out of Worth Township’s 1,417,811 registered voters, 985,401 ballots were cast.

Read: The Race for President: How Illinois Voted

Take a look at how the precincts in Oak Lawn voted. The bolded indicate precincts where Romney won.

Precinct (D) Obama-Biden (R) Romeny-Ryan Oak Lawn 1 216
153
Oak Lawn 2 365 324 Oak Lawn 3 344 279 Oak Lawn 4 538 277 Oak Lawn 5 304 357 Oak Lawn 11 322 283 Oak Lawn 21 511 309 Oak Lawn 25 380 302 Oak Lawn 26 296 182 Oak Lawn 27 248 243 Oak Lawn 28 246 136 Oak Lawn 30 366 260 Oak Lawn 33 319 241 Oak Lawn 35 363 323 Oak Lawn 36 392 255 Oak Lawn 40 411 235 Oak Lawn 41 196 158 Oak Lawn 44 255 166 Oak Lawn 46 419 316 Oak Lawn 48 214 205 Oak Lawn 49 192 201 Oak Lawn 56 275 401 Oak Lawn 58 388 278 Oak Lawn 60 163 216 Oak Lawn 62 162 163 Oak Lawn 63 368 216 Oak Lawn 66 262 217 Oak Lawn 74 182 158 Oak Lawn 75 389 360 Oak Lawn 76 198 99 Oak Lawn 77 370 282 Oak Lawn 84 377 299 Oak Lawn 85 310 281 Oak Lawn 91 183 191 Oak Lawn 92 329 326 Oak Lawn 93 216 134 Oak Lawn 94 381 292 Oak Lawn 96 461 217 Oak Lawn 98 379 341 Oak Lawn 99 173 191 Oak Lawn 100 329 319 Totals 12,792 10,186

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ChicagoisnotObamashometown November 13, 2012 at 02:16 PM
How can you say there was NO conservative revolution? This is the tightest presidential race in Cook County in decades. People are waking up.
justthenewsplease November 13, 2012 at 03:24 PM
As a news source you should have no opinion just state the facts. Well ay least that is how journalism used to be.
Julie November 13, 2012 at 04:15 PM
Geepers! What did Lorraine give an opinion on? Mittens didn't win, so she is just stating the facts folks. I will now return you to 1953. Enjoy.
James Longstreet November 13, 2012 at 05:50 PM
Amen to that!
James Longstreet November 13, 2012 at 05:52 PM
Four more years of gridlock!
Meesch November 13, 2012 at 09:12 PM
Gridlock??? Bush is the one who messed the United States up for Obama to fix.
James Longstreet November 13, 2012 at 11:23 PM
Didn'the Democrats contro; the House and the Senate the last two years of the Bush administration? Correct me i I am wrong. How is Obama going tofix it pray tell? We are now at $16 TRILLION as far as the debt goes and Obama doesn't have a clue as to how to lower it. Neither did Romney when you get down to it. So here we sit waiting for the bottom to fall out at the end of the year! Nancy anf Harry sure don't know what to do! Wasn't it Nancy that said that the health care bill had to be passed and THEN read! And now we have companys cutting back on hours because they don't want to pay the costs of health insurance. And to make mattere worse this president may have the opportunity to appoint 3-4 new judges to the Supreme Court. Gee! I wonder if Mrs. Obama is going to take the kids on another taxpayer paid vacation? So yes there will continue to be gridlock! I can see why there are states that want to leave the Union and I can see why there has been a BIG surge in the purchase of guns and ammo. Times are a changing Meesch...for the worse!
CAJ November 14, 2012 at 04:34 AM
Than when is Barry going to fix-it and stop blaming President Bush?????? Barry wanted the job, so he should do it already. After all, he's the guy who's supposed to have been able to walk on water.
O.L. Taxpayer November 14, 2012 at 01:59 PM
I love how out of one side of the Democratic mouth comes " Bush ruined America and the global economy" then out of the other side ,( which no one can argue) " He is the dumbest person in the world". How could he be to blame for being the mastermind of the decline of a Global economy? Give it up folks.

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