Eagle Brook and Mill Creek folks favored Gov. Mitt Romney in Tuesday's General Election; Geneva East residents liked President Barack Obama.
Geneva was for Romney in Tuesday's presidential election, but who we voted for varied drastically from neighborhood to neighborhood. Gov. Mitt Romney was the decided winner in Geneva Township's 21 precincts, capturing 7,950 votes to President Barack Obama's 5,938 votes. That translates to a 55.94 percent for Romney and 41.78 percent for Obama, of the 14,211 Geneva Township ballots cast in the presidential race. About 2.3 percent of Geneva Township voters cast ballots for other candidates. Of the township's 21 precincts, six favored Obama and 15 gave the edge to Romney, according to election results posted on the Kane County Clerk's Office website. Romney's biggest margin of victory was in Geneva's Precinct 19, located in the Eagle Brook …
As Election Day approaches, let's take our final sample of Geneva voters.
We're just wondering: Is Geneva a "Red" community or a "Blue" community? Let us know by making your vote in our Geneva Patch straw poll.
We're just wondering: Is Geneva a "Red" community or a "Blue" community? Following the Oct. 3 debate, leave a comment and let us know your choice with a vote in our Geneva Patch straw poll.
Are you a Barack Obama fan or a Mitt Romney supporter? We've seen the analysis of which states will be designated red or blue in the coming November election, but what about Geneva? Where do we stand in 2012? Let us know by taking our Geneva Patch straw poll. Please vote only if you live in Geneva or are in the Geneva School District or Library District. We'd like this to be a true Geneva vote.
But it's close, and there's still time to make your "vote" in our super-unofficial, pre-election poll!