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2012 Presidential Election Results

Electoral Votes by State

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President Barack Obama won re-election to second term in the White House in the 2012 presidential election. The 2012 presidential election results showed Obama, a Democrat, won 332 electoral votes to Republican Mitt Romney's 206 electoral votes. Here's a complete list of the 2012 presidential election results by state.

See also: Electoral Votes By State.

Alabama

Romney won Alabama, which had nine electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Romney: 61%
  • Obama: 38%

Alaska

Romney won Alaska, which had three electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Romney: 55%
  • Obama: 41%

Arizona

Romney won Arizona, which had 11 electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Romney: 54%
  • Obama: 44%

Arkansas

Romney won Arkansas, which had six electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Romney: 61%
  • Obama: 37%

California

Obama won California, which had 55 electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 59%
  • Romney: 38%

Colorado

Obama won Colorado, which had nine electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 51%
  • Romney: 47%

Connecticut

Obama won Connecticut, which had seven electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 58%
  • Romney: 40%

Delaware

Obama won Delaware, which had three electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 59%
  • Romney: 40%

District of Columbia

Obama won in Washington, D.C., which had three electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 91%
  • Romney: 7%

Florida

Obama won in Florida, which had 29 electoral votes. The results in the state were:

  • Obama: 50%
  • Romney: 49%
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