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2012 Pennsylvania: Senate county Results

County Thomas Smith Robert Casey Rayburn Smith Precincts Reporting
Adams  60% - 25,209  37% - 15,582  2% - 986
Allegheny  39% - 234,104  59% - 357,903  2% - 11,906
Armstrong  66% - 18,572  32% - 9,141  2% - 553
Beaver  48% - 37,905  50% - 39,745  2% - 1,683
Bedford  73% - 15,508  26% - 5,498  2% - 343
Berks  47% - 75,095  51% - 81,305  2% - 2,738
Blair  63% - 29,936  35% - 16,614  2% - 1,051
Bradford  62% - 13,868  35% - 7,921  3% - 569
Bucks  47% - 146,918  52% - 161,373  1% - 4,297
Butler  63% - 56,098  35% - 30,520  2% - 1,743
Cambria  50% - 28,717  48% - 27,613  2% - 1,288
Cameron  60% - 1,190  36% - 711  3% - 68
Carbon  50% - 12,033  47% - 11,330  2% - 568
Centre  47% - 31,900  50% - 33,791  3% - 2,195
Chester  48% - 117,862  50% - 123,595  2% - 4,534
Clarion  65% - 9,885  31% - 4,787  4% - 555
Clearfield  62% - 19,826  35% - 11,280  2% - 713
Clinton  53% - 6,663  45% - 5,685  2% - 284
Columbia  53% - 12,779  45% - 10,802  2% - 558
Crawford  60% - 19,784  37% - 12,321  3% - 860
Cumberland  56% - 60,894  42% - 45,930  2% - 2,422
Dauphin  44% - 53,179  54% - 64,699  1% - 1,632
Delaware  37% - 98,659  62% - 164,024  1% - 2,579
Elk  55% - 6,746  43% - 5,258  3% - 367
Erie  41% - 45,888  56% - 62,602  2% - 2,721
Fayette  48% - 22,796  51% - 24,161  2% - 838
Forest  59% - 1,354  38% - 882  3% - 61
Franklin  66% - 41,568  31% - 19,658  2% - 1,285
Fulton  72% - 4,382  26% - 1,590  2% - 125
Greene  51% - 6,870  47% - 6,452  2% - 262
Huntingdon  64% - 11,285  33% - 5,817  2% - 433
Indiana  57% - 20,383  41% - 14,847  2% - 839
Jefferson  71% - 12,031  27% - 4,614  2% - 412
Juniata  66% - 6,295  32% - 2,999  2% - 204
Lackawanna  32% - 30,621  67% - 64,419  2% - 1,527
Lancaster  58% - 125,915  40% - 87,522  2% - 4,299
Lawrence  50% - 19,260  48% - 18,550  2% - 688
Lebanon  60% - 32,078  38% - 20,057  2% - 1,058
Lehigh  43% - 61,167  55% - 78,387  2% - 2,741
Luzerne  43% - 52,859  55% - 66,600  2% - 2,729
Lycoming  63% - 28,869  35% - 16,084  2% - 941
McKean  62% - 9,217  36% - 5,331  2% - 314
Mercer  49% - 23,260  49% - 23,139  2% - 1,045
Mifflin  68% - 11,058  30% - 4,921  2% - 266
Monroe  42% - 23,894  56% - 31,769  1% - 844
Montgomery  41% - 160,338  58% - 230,691  1% - 3,636
Montour  57% - 4,429  40% - 3,112  2% - 189
Northampton  45% - 54,225  54% - 65,624  1% - 1,712
Northumberland  58% - 18,122  40% - 12,289  2% - 692
Perry  65% - 11,828  32% - 5,896  3% - 486
Philadelphia  13% - 80,237  86% - 535,041  1% - 3,959
Pike  54% - 12,165  44% - 10,018  2% - 446
Potter  70% - 4,912  28% - 1,946  2% - 168
Schuylkill  55% - 31,526  43% - 24,548  2% - 1,194
Snyder  66% - 9,844  31% - 4,645  2% - 366
Somerset  66% - 22,148  32% - 10,846  2% - 742
Sullivan  62% - 1,797  36% - 1,046  2% - 72
Susquehanna  59% - 10,514  39% - 7,048  2% - 379
Tioga  66% - 10,473  31% - 4,968  2% - 367
Union  60% - 9,572  38% - 6,091  2% - 368
Venango  62% - 12,771  36% - 7,356  3% - 571
Warren  59% - 9,546  38% - 6,124  3% - 458
Washington  51% - 45,487  47% - 41,787  2% - 1,779
Wayne  57% - 12,101  41% - 8,650  2% - 420
Westmoreland  57% - 94,950  41% - 69,253  2% - 3,052
Wyoming  54% - 6,003  44% - 4,874  3% - 296
York  58% - 106,362  40% - 73,607  3% - 4,886
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Balance of Power
Senate
55
45
House
203
232
Governor
21
29
Democrat
Republican