How did Verona, Cedar Grove Vote in Presidential Election?

Obama wins Verona while Romney wins Cedar Grove.

President Barack Obama was re-elected for a second term, but Verona and Cedar Grove voters responded differently at the polls.

A majority of Cedar Grove residents voted in favor of Mitt Romney, with 3,301 votes against Barack Obama's 2,393 votes.

In Cedar Grove Romney won by a margin of 908 votes.

In Verona, Obama won by a slight margin of just 51 votes.

3,373 voted in favor of Obama while 3,322 favored Romney.

In the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain, both Verona and Cedar Grove residents voted in favor of McCain.

In Cedar Grove, McCain received 4,013 votes while Obama received just 2,680, a spread of 1,333 votes.

In Verona, McCain won by just 66 votes with 3,730 votes in favor of McCain and 3,664 votes for Obama.

Cedar Grove 2012

Candidate    Votes   Obama 2,393 Romney 3,301 

Verona 2012

Candidate    Votes   Obama 3,373 Romney 3,322

Cedar Grove 2008

Candidate    Votes   Obama 2,680 McCain 4,013

Verona 2008

Candidate    Votes   Obama 3,664 McCain 3,730
Elizabeth Santeramo November 08, 2012 at 07:25 PM
Great article! Thanks :)
InterestedParty November 08, 2012 at 08:33 PM
Fascinating. Who knew the numbers were split so closely!


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