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How Greenbelt Voted Precinct by Precinct in 2012 and 2008

See how each of the 5 Greenbelt precincts voted for President, Senate and the 5th Congressional seat, and compare it with four years ago.

See Greenbelt election results precinct by precinct from 2012 and compare them with how Greenbelt voted in 2008, according to Prince George's County projections. For the Senate race the vote tally comes from 2006.

See the GREENBELT VOTING TOTALS in the last chart.


PRECINCT 3, Greenbelt Community Center

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
2012 U.S. President

Obama-Biden

1312 Romney-Ryan 259
2008 U.S. President Obama-Biden 1472 McCain-Palin 326
2012 U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

1165 Daniel Bongino
187 Rob Sobhani 199 2006 U.S. Senate Ben Cardin 1023 Michael Steele 281       DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results 2012 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5

Steny Hoyer

1234 Tony O'Donnell
217 Bob Auerbach 104 Arvin Vohra
20 2008 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5 Steny Hoyer 1477 Collins Bailey 208

PRECINCT 6 Greenbelt Elementary

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
2012 U.S. President

Obama-Biden

1081 Romney-Ryan 290
2008 U.S. President Obama-Biden 1203 McCain-Palin 359
2012 U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

970 Daniel Bongino
210 Rob Sobhani 202 2006 U.S. Senate Ben Cardin 818 Michael Steele 289   DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results 2012 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5

Steny Hoyer

1052 Tony O'Donnell
225 Bob Auerbach 110 Arvin Vohra
20 2008 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5 Steny Hoyer 1241 Collins Bailey 231

PRECINCT 8 Springhill Lake Elementary

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
2012 U.S. President

Obama-Biden

905 Romney-Ryan 23
2008 U.S. President Obama-Biden 1386 McCain-Palin 49
2012 U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

808 Daniel Bongino
18 Rob Sobhani 79 2006 U.S. Senate Ben Cardin 359 Michael Steele 74
  DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results 2012 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5

Steny Hoyer

840 Tony O'Donnell
36 Bob Auerbach 14 Arvin Vohra 8

2008 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5 Steny Hoyer 1273 Collins Bailey 53

PRECINCT 13 Eleanor Roosevelt High

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
2012 U.S. President

Obama-Biden

1265 Romney-Ryan 93
2008 U.S. President Obama-Biden 1522 McCain-Palin 151
2012 U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

1148 Daniel Bongino
72 Rob Sobhani 106 2006 U.S. Senate Ben Cardin 1421 Michael Steele 359
  DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results 2012 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5

Steny Hoyer

1207 Tony O'Donnell
91 Bob Auerbach 20 Arvin Vohra 15 2008 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5 Steny Hoyer 1485 Collins Bailey 119

PRECINCT 18 Turning Point Academy

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
2012 U.S. President

Obama-Biden

1097 Romney-Ryan 109
2008 U.S. President Obama-Biden 1431 McCain-Palin 142
2012 U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

951 Daniel Bongino
87 Rob Sobhani 124 2006 U.S. Senate Ben Cardin NA Michael Steele NA
  DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results 2012 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5

Steny Hoyer

1046 Tony O'Donnell
85 Bob Auerbach 14 Arvin Vohra 13 2008 U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5 Steny Hoyer 1405 Collins Bailey 97

 

GREENBELT VOTING TOTALS For All Precincts

     Race       DEM  Results REP Results UNF Results
U.S. President

Obama-Biden

5660 Romney-Ryan 774
U.S. Senate

Ben Cardin

5042 Daniel Bongino
574 Rob Sobhani 710     U.S. Congress, Maryland District 5  DEM Results REP Results GREEN Results LIB Results

Steny Hoyer

5379 Tony O'Donnell
654 Bob Auerbach 262 Arvin Vohra 76

Doug Love November 09, 2012 at 12:19 PM
it would also be nice to see how Stein-Honkala fared. That will be in the News Review.
J. Doe November 09, 2012 at 05:22 PM
Bailey, Can these be considered an apples-to-apples comparison since the 2008 results did not have the option for Early Voting? I suspect that could be a primary reason why some of the 2012 numbers were down, as early voters could cast their ballots in multiple places and wouldn't be linked to polling places or do they go by addresses and still place votes where normal voting locations would occur? Either way, kudos to you and your regional Patch associates for keeping the community informed about all things politics. I found this Patch in particular very useful for tracking information about the various Ballot initiatives. Job well done! JD
Walter Moody November 09, 2012 at 08:19 PM
Every one pat your self on the back,we are after all ,The Peoples Republic of Greenbelt.

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