How your neighborhood voted in presidential race

President Barack Obama easily carried Snohomish County in the Nov. 6 general election, garnering roughly 48,000 more votes than went to GOP challenger Mitt Romney. A Herald analysis of the unofficial vote canvass shows Obama won every city and town in the county, except for Stanwood and Woodway. That doesn’t mean the county was awash in blue, however. Romney had pockets of strong support, and in a handful of neighborhoods battled Obama to a tie (example: Lake Goodwin precinct: 326 votes each for Romney and Obama).

See how each city voted in the table below. In the coming days, we’ll be posting similar data and maps for results in the Washington governor’s race, Referendum 74 (gay marriage), and Initiative 502 (legalizing marijuana).

Meanwhile, you can check how your neighborhood voted on those hot-button races by searching the database we prepared here:

First, look up your precinct

Unless you are a political wonk, you may not know which one you’re in. Click here to find it from the Snohomish County website. (Opens in a new window.) Mobile users, click here.

… then use the form below to find out how your precinct voted:

Note: Data is available for all but a handful of the county’s 756 precincts. The county holds back results in some small precincts to protect voter privacy. Data provided by the Snohomish County auditor’s office.

City Registered Obama/ Biden Romney/ Ryan All others Write In Total votes % Obama % Romney Obama difference
Arlington 9867 3304 3207 178 42 6731 49% 48% 97
Bothell 10288 4510 3041 176 36 7763 58% 39% 1469
Brier 4518 2143 1257 63 12 3475 62% 36% 886
Darrington 715 239 197 20 6 462 52% 43% 42
Edmonds 28630 14083 7781 387 81 22332 63% 35% 6302
Everett 49988 21196 11654 944 270 34064 62% 34% 9542
Gold Bar 1095 384 296 26 4 710 54% 42% 88
Granite Falls 1855 619 485 39 14 1157 54% 42% 134
Index 106 67 19 6 0 92 73% 21% 48
Lake Stevens 16063 5961 4717 282 71 11031 54% 43% 1244
Lynnwood 18127 8471 4231 300 64 13066 65% 32% 4240
Marysville 33400 12203 10080 620 153 23056 53% 44% 2123
Mill Creek 11330 4594 3910 140 45 8689 53% 45% 684
Monroe 7321 2716 2554 117 51 5438 50% 47% 162
Mountlake Terrace 11389 5663 2234 203 47 8147 70% 27% 3429
Mukilteo 13111 5856 3977 196 54 10083 58% 39% 1879
Snohomish 5476 2171 1574 118 29 3892 56% 40% 597
Stanwood 3541 1198 1293 52 17 2560 47% 51% -95
Sultan 2383 788 755 60 11 1614 49% 47% 33
Woodway 977 365 409 12 2 788 46% 52% -44
Unincorporated East 58932 21969 20672 1014 241 43896 50% 47% 1297
Unincorporated North 43043 15005 14602 863 213 30683 49% 48% 403
Unincorporated South 83349 36399 22673 1374 338 60784 60% 37% 13726
Too small to detail 23 24 0 2 49 47% 49% -1
Total 415504 169927 121642 7190 1803 300562 57% 40% 48285

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