A lower percentage of St. Louis Park voters supported President Barack Obama this year than in 2008, according to results from the Secretary of State's Office.
On Tuesday, 64.1 percent of District 46A voters supported Obama, compared to 33.6 percent for Romney and 2.3 percent for other candidates and write-ins. In District 46B, 65.6 percent of voters supported Obama, 31.9 percent Romney and 2.6 percent other candidates and write-ins.
In the 2008 election, 67.5 percent of the voters in former St. Louis Park District 44A supported the president, while Romney received 30.6 percent of the vote and other candidates and write-ins received 1.9 percent. In former District 44B, 68 percent supported Obama, 30.3 percent supported John McCain and 1.7 percent preferred other candidates and write-ins.
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