Obama Won Every Precinct in Cleveland Heights

Take a look at the tallies for each precinct in Cleveland Heights — how did your section of the city vote?

President Barack Obama won the national vote and he won in Ohio. The election was close in the swing state, but Republican challenger Mitt Romney had no chance in the heavily Democratic Cleveland Heights. 

Obama won in all 37 precincts in Cleveland Heights. And in precinct 5-H, which has 876 registered voters, Romney received 14 votes, while Obama picked up 575. The margin between the candidates was hundreds of votes, except in one precinct — 4-B, where 97 votes separated the Democrat and Republican.

In Cleveland Heights, 21,069 of the 36,433 registered voters selected Obama, while 3,791 people voted for Romney. There were 25,272 votes cast. Eighty-three percent of votes cast were for Obama, while 15 percent were for Romney.

Voter turnout in Cleveland Heights was 69 percent, slightly higher than in Cuyahoga County at 66.5 percent.

Take a look at the results below by precinct. Click here to see a precinct map and find out how your neighborhood voted.

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Precinct Stewart Alexander (S) Richard Duncan (N) Virgil Goode (C) Gary Johnson (L) Barack Obama (D) Mitt Romney (R)  Jill Stein (G) 1-A 0 0
11 376
1-B 1
430 92
1-C 0 0
452 89
1-D 0
2 1-E 0 1
482 112
0 0 0 3
205 2 1-G
0 0 6 476 126 1
2-A 0 0 1 5 632 72 2 2-B 0 0 0 2 600 225 1 2-C 0 0 0 2 599 165 4 2-D 0 0 0 2 539 130 4


0 1 0 4 542 198 3 2-F 0 0 0 2 583 75 5 2-G 0 0 1 3 522 66 1 3-A 0 0 0 1 400 27 6 3-B 0 0 0 2 610 29 5 3-C 0 0 0 3 548 59 1 3-D 0 0
634 78









3-F 1 0 1 5 564 34 4 4-A 0 0 2 1 731 137 2 4-B 0 0 0 2 429 332 2 4-C 0 0 2 0 582 88 2 4-D 0 0 0 2 578 115 4 4-E 0 0 0 6 731 67 4 4-F 2 0 0 6 616 136 3 4-G 0 0 1 0 552 268 1 4-H 0 2 0 2 721 169 1 4-I 0 0 0 2 653 87 1 5-A 1 3 3 0 692 53 1 5-B 0 1 0 3 666 65 3 5-C 0 0 0 3 764 66 2 5-D 0 0 0 2 656 21 0 5-E 1 0 1 2 564 61 5-F 0 0 0 1 558 26 0 5-G 0 2 1 2 724 51 1 5-H 0 0 1 0 575 14 0
michaelschwartz November 08, 2012 at 08:34 PM
Has it occurred to anyone that the Democratic city council and school board have literally run this city into the ground, and is just a few years away from becoming East Cleveland south? Go ahead and attack, but the facts speak for themselves. Cleveland Heights is pretty much a ghetto anything north of Mayfield Road and the schools and their troubles are beyond the point of no return. Let the Obama love fest continue!
Garry Kanter November 08, 2012 at 08:54 PM
Voter turnout was amazing!! That 36,000 figure for registered voters shows a big problem in Cuyahoga County. There's barely 36,000 18 year olds in CH. The rolls of registered voters need to be *thoughtfully* reviewed to remove non-existent voters, as per Ohio law. I've looked at the data in the last year. There's at least 5,000 folks that haven't voted in a presidential year in a long time. Remove them from the calculation, and voter turnout may be in the mid 80% or higher!
RZA November 08, 2012 at 08:55 PM
I own a home in the Forest Hills area, ya know NORTH of Mayfield. Perhaps you should drive around that area and educate yourself. It's not a ghetto. It has some of the finest homes (architecturally and upkeep) in the city. Have you been north of Severance along Yellowstone and Cleveland Heights Blvd? Again, not a ghetto. Any problems this city does have pre-dates Obama, considering the few pockets of CH that are a little 'rough' have been that was for about a decade now.
Garry Kanter November 08, 2012 at 09:20 PM
Great response, RZA!!
shauna h November 08, 2012 at 09:49 PM
@michaelschwartz I grew up in Cleveland Heights in ForestHills, and moved to Texas 20 yrs ago. Things were getting rowdy back then. Why does every problem in America have to be President Obama's fault? I can't imagine that in the four years he's been president that he had time to create a ghetto in Cleveland Heights, too!!
michaelschwartz November 08, 2012 at 11:53 PM
Memo to RZA: The city of Cleveland has a few nice streets to but that doesn't negate that it is a disaster. I wish you happiness in your little 2 street island that you cannot leave at night for fear of getting mugged or worse. As long as were on the topic of telling it like it is, the whole quadrant bounded by Lee, Meadowbrook, Taylor and Mayfield has been been pretty much written off as well as foreclosures have pretty much put the nail in the coffin in this area forever and you see $5,000 house transfers which is more than their worth as the whole area should be bulldozed. But hey look at the bright side, Obama will save the city and you right?
Jim Aspen November 09, 2012 at 03:48 AM
No IQ meter in the Heights
Harriet Applegate November 09, 2012 at 04:03 AM
Only someone with the Trifecta of ignorance, intolerance & sheer viciousness could come up with the sneering smears of michael schwartz. Since your descriptions of these areas contradict reality, you couldn't possibly live here. Moreover, real estate values say very little about quality of life which is measured by things such as sense of community, respect for the environment, neighborliness, diversity of age, lifestyle, race, ethnicity & the way in which such diversity is not just tolerated but celebrated. But what would you know of these?
Steve November 09, 2012 at 05:20 AM
My BS meter just pegged. I lived in Cleveland Heights for about a year, and the diversity, from the starter houses in the north to the million-dollar mansions in the south, is AMAZING. Ghetto? Yeah, I suppose you could say that - on the other hand, you'd be full of crap. CH is a little bit of everything.
Dan November 09, 2012 at 06:14 AM
Not a lot of diversity politically.......it's all liberals and democrats. At least it is a nuclear free zone.
michaelschwartz November 09, 2012 at 04:28 PM
Gee Harriet, the truth seems to have struck a raw nerve? I guess your right, those areas I mention above really are not section 8 hovels, with high crime, bad schools, unsafe shopping areas, etc. Perhaps I'd better get with your program and move my family over to Noble Road ( I could probably buy one of the thousands in foreclosure for $5,000) and just think the dollars I could save by sending my kid to Oxford (currently in academic emergency I believe). Harriet, your far reaching thinking possibly could save me thousands of dollars!
STEVE November 09, 2012 at 05:45 PM
Go back to Mayfield Hts Michael!! We don't want/need your spin on what you know nothing about. Look up the definition of ghetto-does this apply the the Heights? Don't think so. I'm college educated and chose to live here. How about Monticello Middle-what was their ranking?? Schools are as good as the teachers and Principle. Monticello is an example of that. Go up to the school-talk to the teachers-talk to the Principle-it's as good as any other middle school on the East side. On your way back out of town, make sure to to say hello to the police officer that just stopped you for speeding. We thank you for your donation!! And Romney still lost-get over it!!
michaelschwartz November 09, 2012 at 06:59 PM
Your right Steve, Cleveland Heights is absolutely amazing! Severance Center shopping, open air drug dealing on Lee, the weekly assaults and shootings as outlined in the Sun Press, the hundreds of foreclosures, the highly rated Heights schools, etc.might may me rethink my looking at the reality of the situation. By the way I am aware of a few section 8 hovels for sale on Altamont You sound like the kind of guy who might be interested. Whadda you think?
Max P November 10, 2012 at 06:34 PM
Not sure what you are talking about micheal. Lee and Coventry areas are better than ever, attracting a better brand of business, and there are awesome residential areas in CH. There is no doubt that some pockets could do with a boost, but your comments are clearly filled with Obama/Democrat hate. This story is about voter turnout and party leaning; your negative comments have nothing to do with this story, you simply want to rant, probably sore from your loss on Tuesday. The GOP needs to move away from the far right, and it's party members need to stop making idiotic comments if they expect the votes of mainstream America. I hope the GOP can also find a candidate that is more authentic next time around.


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