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Voter turnout was high because of the presidential race, but not as high as it was for the 2012 election when 91 percent of registered voters cast a ballot in Racine County. This presidential election, 85 percent of registered voters came out to the polls on Tuesday.

And that was among the things that made the difference of Donald Trump winning against Hillary Clinton in Racine County. Trump received 48 percent of the 96,909 people that voted during this election cycle.

Check out our story from last night.

How Racine County voted in the Presidential Race

4,114

Number of votes that separated Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in Racine County.

48

Percentage of people in Racine County who voted for Donald Trump.

44

Percentage of people in Racine County who voted for Hillary Clinton.

3

Percentage of people in Racine County who voted for Gary Johnson.

2

Percentage of people in Racine County who went to the polls, but didn’t vote for a presidential candidate.

How Caledonia voted

88

percentage of registered voters who cast a ballot in Caledonia.

54

Percentage of registered voters in Caledonia who voted for Donald Trump.

39

Percentage of registered voters in Caledonia who voted for Hillary Clinton.

3

Percentage of registered voters in Caledonia who voted for Gary Johnson.

1

Percentage of registered voters in Caledonia who turned in a ballot, but didn’t vote in the presidential race.

How Racine voted

82

percentage of registered voters who cast a ballot in Racine.

29

percentage of registered voters in Racine who cast their ballot for Donald Trump.

63

percentage of registered voters in Racine who cast their ballot for Hillary Clinton

3

percentage of registered voters in Racine who cast their ballot for Gary Johnson.

3

Percentage of registered voters in Racine who turned in a ballot, but didn’t vote in the presidential race.

 

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.