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2012 United States presidential election in Guam

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2012 United States presidential election in Guam

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Non-binding advisory vote
 
President Barack Obama, 2012 portrait crop.jpg
Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 8.jpg
Nominee Barack Obama Mitt Romney
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Illinois Massachusetts
Running mate Joe Biden Paul Ryan
Popular vote 22,688 8,252
Percentage 72.51% 26.37%

United States presidential election in Guam, 2012 results by village.svg
Results by village

Obama

  60-69%
  70-79%
  80-89%
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Guam

The 2012 United States presidential election in Guam was held on November 6, 2012, as part of the 2012 General Election in which all 50 states plus The District of Columbia participate.

Despite the fact that Guam lacks representation in the Electoral College, the island territory has conducted a straw poll for the office of President since 1980, when it picked then-incumbent President Jimmy Carter over Ronald Reagan. In every poll conducted from 1984 to 2012, the results accurately predicted the winner of the election on the mainland.

Incumbent President Barack Obama won the preference vote handily, receiving over 70% of the vote.[1]

Primary elections

Republican caucuses

Mitt Romney won the entire Guam delegation in the March 10th caucus.

Guam Republican caucuses, 2012
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
America Symbol.svg
Mitt Romney
207 100% 9
Total: 207 100% 9

Democratic caucuses

The Democratic Party caucus took place on May 5. Barack Obama ran unopposed in most primaries across the nation, including Guam. He received 100% of the caucus vote against no opponents.

Guam Democratic caucuses, 2012[2]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates
Count Percentage Pledged delegates Super delegates Total delegates
America Symbol.svg
Barack Obama
700 100.0% 7 5 12
Total: 700 100% 7 5 12

November advisory vote

United States presidential election in Guam, 2012[3]
Party Ticket Votes Percentage
Democratic Barack Obama for President

Joe Biden for Vice President

22,688 72.51%
Republican Mitt Romney for President

Paul Ryan for Vice President

8,252 26.37%
Libertarian Gary Johnson for President

Jim Gray for Vice President

351 1.12%
Totals 31,291 100.00%

Votes cast by village

Village Barack Obama

Democratic

Mitt Romney

Republican

Gary Johnson

Libertarian

Total
# % # % # %
Agana Heights 901 71.17% 350 27.65% 15 1.18% 1,266
Agat 1,252 75.56% 381 22.99% 24 1.45% 1,657
Asan 564 78.12% 152 21.05% 6 0.83% 722
Barrigada 1,427 67.89% 645 30.69% 30 1.43% 2,102
Chalan-Pago-Ordot 1,119 73.91% 379 25.03% 16 1.06% 1,514
Dededo 4,383 73.34% 1,542 25.80% 51 0.85% 5,976
Hagåtña 211 65.33% 106 32.82% 6 1.86% 323
Inarajan 1,106 80.44% 262 19.05% 7 0.51% 1,375
Mangilao 1,545 72.13% 570 26.61% 27 1.26% 2,142
Merizo 752 80.77% 172 18.47% 7 0.75% 931
Mongmong-Toto-Maite 854 66.77% 410 32.06% 15 1.17% 1,279
Piti 439 67.64% 202 31.12% 8 1.23% 649
Santa Rita 794 72.91% 284 26.08% 11 1.01% 1,089
Sinajana 900 71.88% 326 26.04% 26 2.08% 1,252
Talofofo 808 76.81% 234 22.24% 10 0.95% 1,052
Tamuning 1,697 65.62% 856 33.10% 33 1.28% 2,586
Umatac 400 74.07% 137 25.37% 3 0.56% 540
Yigo 2,258 72.51% 819 26.30% 37 1.19% 3,114
Yona 1,278 74.22% 425 24.68% 19 1.10% 1,722
Total 22,688 72.51% 8,252 26.37% 351 1.12% 31,291

References

  1. ^ "Obama wins! (In Guam)". UPI. Retrieved 2017-03-08.
  2. ^ "Guam Democratic Delegation 2012". www.thegreenpapers.com. Retrieved 2017-03-08.
  3. ^ "2012 Election Comparative Analysis Report (3.3Mb PDF)". Guam Election Commission. July 5, 2013. Retrieved March 7, 2017.
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