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Norcross Voters: Precinct-by-Precinct Breakdown

Check out which 2012 presidential candidate dominated at these Norcross precincts.

The 2012 presidential election for Norcross differed greatly from the 2008 presidential election. In the John McCain-Barack Obama race, four of Norcross' 12 precincts voted for McCain. This year, all the precincts voted for Obama.

These Norcross numbers differ from the rest of Gwinnett County, too, whose majority went to Gov. Mitt Romney. Out of 295,560 total votes for Gwinnett, Romney had 159,563 people vote for him, giving him 54 percent of the vote, while Obama received 131,879 votes and 45 percent. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson received 4,118 votes, or 1 percent for Gwinnett. 

Who had the most Democratic votes?

A handful of precincts received more than 70 percent of the vote in Obama's favor. But the precinct with the largest percentage of Democratic votes was Precinct 123, which votes at Iglesia Bautista Nueva Jerusalen. Out of 1,398 total votes, Obama received 1,106 votes (79.11 percent) and Romney received 283 votes (20.24 percent).

Who had the most Republican votes?

The precinct with the most Republican votes was Precinct 87, which votes at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Romney had 719 votes (47.02 percent) and Obama had 778 votes, prevailing at 50.88 percent. A total of 1,529 people voted at the precinct. This precinct also had the closest race in the Norcross area.

Which precinct had the most votes for Johnson?

Johnson, the presidential candidate on the Libertarian ticket, got a handful or more votes at every precinct in the Norcross area. The precinct with the highest percentage of votes for him, though, was Precinct 87 again at St. Patrick's. He received 2.09 percent of the vote with 32 out of 1,529 votes.

Check out the exact precinct numbers below.

2012 Votes by Precinct (* indicates winner):

Precinct 12, Berkshire B, Lucky Shoals Community Center, 4651 Britt Rd.

  • Total voted: 2,417 votes
  • Romney: 759 votes
  • Obama: 1,631 votes*
  • Johnson: 27 votes

Precinct 20, Pinckneyville A, Summerour Middle, 585 Mitchell Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,123 votes
  • Romney: 228 votes
  • Obama: 873 votes*
  • Johnson: 22 votes

Precinct 21, Pinckneyville B, Rockbridge Elementary, 6066 Rockbridge School Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,294 votes
  • Romney: 407 votes
  • Obama: 870 votes*
  • Johnson: 17 votes

Precinct 23, Pinckneyville D, Meadowcreek Elementary, 5025 Georgia Belle Court

  • Total voted: 914 votes
  • Romney: 192 votes
  • Obama: 710 votes*
  • Johnson: 12 votes

Precinct 38, Pinckneyville F, Best Friend Park, 6224 Jimmy Carter Blvd.

  • Total voted: 817 votes
  • Romney: 292 votes
  • Obama: 520 votes*
  • Johnson: 5 votes

Precinct 50, Pinckneyville I, Beaver Ridge Elementary, 1978 Beaver Ruin Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,282 votes
  • Romney: 353 votes
  • Obama: 904 votes*
  • Johnson: 25 votes

Precinct 51, Pinckneyville J, John Wesley United Methodist Church, 5320 Jimmy Carter Blvd.

  • Total voted: 942 votes
  • Romney: 193 votes
  • Obama: 740 votes*
  • Johnson: 9 votes

Precinct 58, Pinckneyville K, St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church, 925 Beaver Ruin Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,585 votes
  • Romney: 374 votes
  • Obama: 1,186 votes*
  • Johnson: 25 votes

Precinct 87, Pinckneyville S, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 2140 Beaver Ruin Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,529 votes
  • Romney: 719 votes
  • Obama: 778 votes*
  • Johnson: 32 votes

Precinct 113, Pinckneyville V, Rockbridge Baptist Church, 1012 Rockbridge Rd.

  • Total voted: 852 votes
  • Romney: 330 votes
  • Obama: 505 votes*
  • Johnson: 17 votes

Precinct 114, Pinckneyville W, Hopewell Baptist Church, 182 Hunter St.

  • Total voted: 1,937 votes
  • Romney: 886 votes
  • Obama: 1,022 votes*
  • Johnson: 29 votes

Precinct 123, Pinckneyville Y, Iglesia Bautista Nueva Jerusalen, 5300 Williams Rd.

  • Total voted: 1,398 votes
  • Romney: 283 votes
  • Obama: 1,106 votes*
  • Johnson: 9 votes

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See also:

  • How Did Norcross Vote in the 2008 Presidential Election?
  • Who Won in the Norcross City Council Election?

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