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ELECTION 2012: Primary Results
Get the latest in Ohio's 2012 primary election race

This story is part of a special series.


 
You can keep track of most of the election results in Northeast Ohio through these links to county boards of elections web sites. The sites are updated throughout the night as votes are counted.
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY:

STATEWIDE: 95% reporting
Romney 38% Santorum 37%

ASHTABULA:  100% reporting
Romney 35% Santorum 36% 

ASHLAND: 100% reporting
Romney 36% Santorum 37%

CUYAHOGA: 87% reporting
Romney 49% 
Santorum 29%

ERIE: 100% reporting
Romney 42% Santorum 33%

GEAUGA: 100% reporting
Romney 46% Santorum 30%

HOLMES: 100% reporting
Romney 30% Santorum 43%

LAKE: 100% reporting
Romney 43% Santorum 32%

LORAIN: 100% reporting
Romney 45% Santorum 31%

MAHONING: 100% reporting
Romney 37% Santorum 36%

MEDINA: 9% reporting
Romney 39% 
Santorum 36%

PORTAGE: 100% reporting
Romney 39% 
Santorum 35%

SUMMIT: 89% reporting
Romney 43% Santorum 35%

STARK: 97% reporting
Romney 40% Santorum 35%

TRUMBULL: 78% reporting
Romney 36% Santorum 35%

TUSCAWARAS: 100% reporting
Romney 36% Santorum 40%

WAYNE: 100% reporting
Romney 32% Santorum 41% 

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US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - DISTRICT 9

DEMOCRATS: 90% reporting
Kapture 58% Kucinich 38%

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US SENATE

REPUBLICANS: 89% reporting
Mandel 63% Glisman 12% Pryce14%

Related Links & Resources
Ohio Secretary of State Statewide Election Results

Summit County Board of Elections Results

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Results

Portage County Board of Elections Results

Geauga County Board of Elections Results

Stark County Board of Elections

Holmes County Board of Elections Results

Ashtabula County Board of Elections Results

Ashland County Board of Elections Results

Erie County Board of Elections Results

Tuscarawas County Board of Elections Results

Lake County Board of Elections Results

Lorain County Board of Elections Results

Wayne County Board of Elections Results

Medina County Board of Elections

Trumbull County Board of Elections Results

Mahoning County Board of Elections

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