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Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama Win in Boston

The urban center of Massachusetts voted Democratic.

 

Democratic US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren took home more votes in Boston than Republican US Sen. Scott Brown.

According to the Boston's Elections Department with 97% of precincts reporting, Warren received 73% of the vote, for a total of 177,823. Brown received 25% of the vote in Boston for 62,528.

As expected, President Barack Obama also won Boston, beating former Governor Mitt Romney. Obama received 78%, or 190,081. While Romney received 19% of Boston votes with 47,214.

Libertarian Gary Johnson candidate earned .84% of the vote, with 2,028 votes. 

Green Party candidate Jill Stein earned .84% of the vote, with 2,020 votes.

In total there are 387,142 registered voters in Boston, spread throughout 255 precincts. Approximately 67% of registered voters cast ballots, according to the City's Election Department.

Mary Joe November 08, 2012 at 02:49 AM
Impressive especially considering that South Boston went for Brown, who took every precenct but the Fort Point-Waterfront District. Well done. No quit in the above mentioned folks, total get out the vote operations.
Jack Litwinsky November 08, 2012 at 12:26 PM
Those numbers are out go to city of Boston
Sara Jacobi November 08, 2012 at 02:46 PM
Hey all, the numbers were released on Wednesday. Since this article is cross-posted on all of Boston, check your local Patch's homepage for the results on how your neighborhood's wards and precincts voted. We've all got articles up on the numbers.
Working Man November 09, 2012 at 03:03 PM
Just seen some Elizabeth Warren signs in Charlestown with "Thank You" Stickers on them ... That was a Classy move ... Good Job !!!!!
Donna O'Brien November 09, 2012 at 05:01 PM
I'll let the campaign know you were happy with the 'thank you' signs, Working Man. I putting together the feedback from election day and will include this for my meeting. Thank you.

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