Each precinct in town voted Republican — all 13 of them
Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio. But, if North Canton alone decided the next president of the United States, Mitt Romney would be the winner. According to unofficial results from the Stark County Board of Elections, 1,266 more North Canton voters picked Romney over President Barack Obama. In North Canton, 3,979 voted for Obama and 5,245 voted for Romney. In fact, Romney came out ahead in every single precinct in North Canton. Also, more North Canton residents gave money to the Obama Campaign than to the Romney Campaign this year, but Romeny supporters gave more in general, according to campaign contribution reports.
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