How Did Your Neighborhood Vote in the Presidential Election?
Patch put together a searchable database that breaks down votes from the presidential election by precinct and by township in suburban Cook County.
The Cook County Clerk's Office has tallied the votes in the Nov. 6 presidential election by township and precinct in suburban Cook County.
Patch used that data to put together a searchable database so you can see how many of your neighbors voted for Barack Obama versus Mitt Romney, or for third party candidates.
According to the clerk's office, there were a total of 1,416,811 registered voters in Suburban Cook County as of Nov. 6. Of those, 1,000,800 cast ballots for president. Barack Obama won 634,935 of those votes, and Mitt Romney took 347,007.
Use the pull-down menu to find your township or precinct. If you're not sure what precinct you live in, go to this page and type in your address.