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United States presidential election in Kansas, 2012

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United States presidential election in Kansas, 2012

← 2008 November 6, 2012 2016 →

 
Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 8.jpg
President Barack Obama, 2012 portrait crop.jpg
Nominee Mitt Romney Barack Obama
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Massachusetts Illinois
Running mate Paul Ryan Joe Biden
Electoral vote 6 0
Popular vote 689,809 439,908
Percentage 59.66% 38.05%

Kansas presidential election results 2012.svg
County Results

President before election

Barack Obama
Democratic

Elected President

Barack Obama
Democratic

The 2012 United States presidential election in Kansas took place on November 6, 2012, as part of the 2012 General Election in which all 50 states plus The District of Columbia participated. Kansas voters chose six electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, against Republican challenger and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and his running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan. Romney and Ryan carried Kansas with 59.66% of the popular vote to Obama's and Biden's 38.05%, thus winning the state's six electoral votes.[1]

Obama carried only two counties: Douglas, home to liberal Lawrence and the University of Kansas; and Wyandotte, home to Kansas City and the state's largest concentration of nonwhite voters. In 2008, Obama also carried Crawford County in southeast Kansas, but failed to do so this time.

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Contents

General Election

Results

United States presidential election in Kansas, 2012
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Mitt Romney Paul Ryan 689,809 59.66% 6
Democratic Barack Obama Joe Biden 439,908 38.05% 0
Libertarian Gary Johnson Jim Gray 20,409 1.77% 0
Reform Chuck Baldwin Joseph Martin 4,990 0.43% 0
Green (Write-In) Jill Stein Cheri Honkala 714 0.06% 0
Constitution (Write-In) Virgil Goode Jim Clymer 187 0.02% 0
Justice (Write-In) Rocky Anderson Luis J. Rodriguez 95 0.01% 0
Peace & Freedom (Write-In) Roseanne Barr Cindy Sheehan 58 0.01% 0
Other Write-Ins Other Write-Ins 84 0.01% 0
Totals 1,156,254 100.00% 6

By county

County Obama% Obama# Romney% Romney# Others% Others# Total
Allen 35.20% 1,869 62.45% 3,316 2.35% 125 5,310
Anderson 28.48% 944 68.66% 2,276 2.87% 95 3,315
Atchison 38.46% 2,567 58.69% 3,917 2.85% 190 6,674
Barber 20.83% 482 76.58% 1,772 2.59% 60 2,314
Barton 22.21% 2,297 76.14% 7,874 1.64% 170 10,341
Bourbon 31.92% 1,996 65.59% 4,102 2.49% 156 6,254
Brown 26.95% 1,076 70.85% 2,829 2.20% 88 3,993
Butler 27.92% 7,282 69.61% 18,157 2.48% 646 26,085
Chase 28.17% 358 68.84% 875 2.99% 38 1,271
Chautauqua 17.18% 280 80.00% 1,304 2.82% 46 1,630
Cherokee 34.19% 2,930 63.66% 5,456 2.16% 185 8,571
Cheyenne 16.34% 233 81.28% 1,159 2.38% 34 1,426
Clark 17.11% 174 79.15% 805 3.74% 38 1,017
Clay 22.63% 834 75.64% 2,788 1.74% 64 3,686
Cloud 24.00% 974 72.79% 2,954 3.20% 130 4,058
Coffey 22.99% 898 74.32% 2,903 2.69% 105 3,906
Comanche 15.41% 143 82.65% 767 1.94% 18 928
Cowley 33.98% 4,319 63.58% 8,081 2.44% 310 12,710
Crawford 45.67% 6,826 51.58% 7,708 2.75% 411 14,945
Decatur 17.36% 266 79.50% 1,218 3.13% 48 1,532
Dickinson 25.12% 2,020 72.52% 5,832 2.36% 190 8,042
Doniphan 26.51% 902 70.94% 2,414 2.56% 87 3,403
Douglas 60.79% 29,267 36.14% 17,401 3.07% 1,477 48,145
Edwards 21.52% 298 76.46% 1,059 2.02% 28 1,385
Elk 20.53% 281 76.63% 1,049 2.85% 39 1,369
Ellis 26.10% 3,057 71.70% 8,399 2.20% 258 11,714
Ellsworth 25.88% 702 71.17% 1,930 2.95% 80 2,712
Finney 29.52% 2,682 68.46% 6,219 2.01% 183 9,084
Ford 31.09% 2,600 66.99% 5,602 1.91% 160 8,362
Franklin 33.61% 3,694 63.55% 6,984 2.84% 312 10,990
Geary 42.47% 3,332 55.73% 4,372 1.80% 141 7,845
Gove 12.73% 176 84.45% 1,168 2.82% 39 1,383
Graham 19.10% 256 78.81% 1,056 2.09% 28 1,340
Grant 19.77% 456 78.53% 1,811 1.69% 39 2,306
Gray 16.55% 324 81.87% 1,603 1.58% 31 1,958
Greeley 16.87% 113 81.04% 543 2.09% 14 670
Greenwood 22.52% 478 74.89% 1,590 2.59% 55 2,123
Hamilton 18.59% 163 79.02% 693 2.39% 21 877
Harper 23.02% 550 73.63% 1,759 3.35% 80 2,389
Harvey 37.59% 5,373 60.08% 8,588 2.33% 333 14,294
Haskell 15.40% 215 83.02% 1,159 1.58% 22 1,396
Hodgeman 16.89% 179 81.89% 868 1.23% 13 1,060
Jackson 34.18% 1,901 63.42% 3,527 2.39% 133 5,561
Jefferson 37.15% 2,977 60.24% 4,827 2.61% 209 8,013
Jewell 15.30% 229 82.50% 1,235 2.20% 33 1,497
Johnson 40.18% 110,526 57.58% 158,401 2.23% 6,147 275,074
Kearny 19.34% 268 79.15% 1,097 1.52% 21 1,386
Kingman 22.69% 733 74.19% 2,397 3.13% 101 3,231
Kiowa 14.25% 163 85.31% 976 .44% 5 1,144
Labette 38.78% 3,117 59.00% 4,742 2.21% 178 8,037
Lane 18.53% 172 79.63% 739 1.83% 17 928
Leavenworth 39.05% 11,357 58.65% 17,059 2.30% 669 29,085
Lincoln 19.49% 289 78.56% 1,165 1.96% 29 1,483
Linn 26.19% 1,170 71.12% 3,177 2.69% 120 4,467
Logan 14.59% 197 83.41% 1,126 2.0% 27 1,350
Lyon 43.04% 5,111 54.48% 6,470 2.48% 294 11,875
Marion 25.61% 1,385 71.90% 3,889 2.50% 135 5,409
Marshall 30.78% 1,469 66.94% 3,195 2.28% 109 4,773
McPherson 28.05% 3,449 69.49% 8,545 2.46% 303 12,297
Meade 15.10% 258 83.56% 1,428 1.35% 23 1,709
Miami 31.72% 4,712 66.36% 9,858 1.93% 286 14,856
Mitchell 19.70% 584 78.48% 2,327 1.82% 54 2,965
Montgomery 28.20% 3,501 69.50% 8,630 2.30% 286 12,417
Morris 28.02% 718 69.20% 1,773 2.77% 71 2,562
Morton 14.79% 189 83.88% 1,072 1.33% 17 1,278
Nemaha 19.90% 1,000 78.19% 3,930 1.91% 96 5,026
Neosho 31.64% 2,050 65.93% 4,272 2.44% 158 6,480
Ness 15.10% 218 83.73% 1,209 1.18% 17 1,444
Norton 17.12% 398 80.77% 1,878 2.11% 49 2,325
Osage 32.84% 2,268 64.10% 4,427 3.06% 211 6,906
Osborne County 17.63% 324 80.47% 1,479 1.90% 35 1,838
Ottawa 19.02% 558 78.25% 2,295 2.73% 80 2,933
Pawnee 27.53% 718 70.40% 1,836 2.07% 54 2,608
Phillips 14.89% 382 83.24% 2,135 1.87% 48 2,565
Pottawatomie 24.63% 2,335 71.78% 6,804 3.59% 340 9,479
Pratt 25.78% 980 72.90% 2,771 1.32% 50 3,801
Rawlins 13.16% 190 84.70% 1,223 2.15% 31 1,444
Reno 33.11% 8,085 64.36% 15,718 2.53% 619 24,422
Republic 17.76% 477 79.45% 2,134 2.79% 75 2,686
Rice 24.75% 911 72.70% 2,676 2.55% 94 3,681
Riley 42.54% 8,977 54.53% 11,507 2.92% 617 21,101
Rooks 14.67% 361 82.85% 2,038 2.48% 61 2,460
Rush 23.38% 367 74.27% 1,166 2.36% 37 1,570
Russell 18.53% 593 79.78% 2,553 1.69% 54 3,200
Saline 32.75% 7,040 64.38% 13,840 2.87% 616 21,496
Scott 13.50% 277 84.21% 1,728 2.29% 47 2,052
Sedgwick 40.13% 71,977 59.38% 106,506 .50% 891 179,374
Seward 28.79% 1,490 69.88% 3,617 1.33% 69 5,176
Shawnee 48.33% 36,975 49.38% 37,782 2.29% 1,754 76,511
Sheridan 12.52% 168 85.99% 1,154 1.49% 20 1,342
Sherman 22.00% 577 75.33% 1,976 2.67% 70 2,623
Smith 17.70% 358 80.28% 1,624 2.03% 41 2,023
Stafford 21.97% 404 75.31% 1,385 2.72% 50 1,839
Stanton 18.84% 143 79.71% 605 1.45% 11 759
Stevens 12.39% 252 85.99% 1,749 1.62% 33 2,034
Sumner 29.08% 2,658 68.48% 6,260 2.44% 223 9,141
Thomas 17.21% 598 80.25% 2,788 2.53% 88 3,474
Trego 18.43% 291 79.86% 1,261 1.71% 27 1,579
Wabaunsee 28.10% 918 69.05% 2,256 2.85% 93 3,267
Wallace 08.52% 68 90.10% 719 1.38% 11 798
Washington 18.14% 524 80.17% 2,316 1.70% 49 2,889
Wichita 15.91% 157 83.18% 821 .91% 9 987
Wilson 22.01% 818 76.00% 2,825 1.99% 74 3,717
Woodson 26.26% 380 71.53% 1,035 2.21% 32 1,447
Wyandotte 67.61% 34,302 30.54% 15,496 1.85% 940 50,738

Democratic caucuses

[Data unknown/missing.]

Republican caucuses

Kansas Republican caucuses, 2017 kora

← 2008 March 10, 2012 (2012-03-10) 2016 →

 
Rick Santorum by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 8.jpg
Candidate Rick Santorum Mitt Romney
Home state Pennsylvania Massachusetts
Delegate count 33 7
Popular vote 15,290 6,250
Percentage 51.2% 20.9%

 
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Ron Paul by Gage Skidmore 3 crop.jpg
Candidate Newt Gingrich Ron Paul
Home state Georgia Texas
Delegate count 0 0
Popular vote 4,298 3,767
Percentage 14.4% 12.6%

Kansas Republican presidential primary, 2012.svg
Kansas results by county
  Rick Santorum
  Mitt Romney
  No votes

The Republican caucuses were held on Saturday, March 10, 2012.[2][3] Kansas has 40 delegates to the 2012 Republican National Convention. 25 of these delegates are allocated proportionally to candidates who exceed a 20% threshold in the statewide vote tally. The 15 remaining delegates are 'winner-take-all' delegates. 12 delegates are given (3 each) to the candidates with most votes in each of Kansas's 4 congressional districts. 3 delegates are awarded to the candidate with most votes statewide.[4]

Rick Santorum won the caucus and will receive 33 delegates. He won the state with 51% of the statewide vote and received most votes in all of the congressional districts, thus winning 15 delegates. As only Santorum and Mitt Romney exceeded the 20% threshold, 18 of the 25 proportionally allocated delegates were allocated to Santorum and 7 to Romney.

Kansas Republican caucuses, 2012
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
America Symbol.svg
Rick Santorum
15,290 51.2% 33
Mitt Romney 6,250 20.9% 7
Newt Gingrich 4,298 14.4% 0
Ron Paul 3,767 12.6% 0
Uncommitted 122 0.4% 0
Herman Cain 39 0.1% 0
Jon Huntsman 38 0.1% 0
Rick Perry 37 0.1% 0
Michele Bachmann 16 0.1% 0
Totals 29,857 100% 0
Key: Withdrew
prior to contest

See also

References

  1. ^ "Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Kansas". Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Primary and Caucus Printable Calendar". CNN. Retrieved January 12, 2012.
  3. ^ "Presidential Primary Dates" (PDF). Federal Election Commission. Retrieved January 23, 2012.
  4. ^ Nate Silver (March 9, 2012). "Kansas Offers Santorum Chance for Big Delegate Grab". FiveThirtyEight. Retrieved March 11, 2012.

External links

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