How your Pinellas County neighbors voted

Pinellas County supported President Barack Obama in the general election, but with a smaller margin than 2008 when Obama won the county by 38,000 votes. In 2012, his margin decreased to about 24,000 votes over challenger Mitt Romney. Along with Hillsborough, the densely populated suburban county is the western anchor of Florida's I-4 corridor and has about 900,000 residents. In a preliminary count, 73 percent of Pinellas' registered voters cast a ballot in this election.

Hover over your precinct to see how people who live in your area voted in preliminary election results. When you hover, the table below will show the polling place and city location of each precinct to help if you don't remember the number. There are 403 precincts in the county.

Counties are shaded by the margin of victory. The darker the color, the larger the margin. To see southern Pinellas precincts, scroll the page down.

 

Pinellas County results

U.S. President

  Candidate Votes Percent
Democrat Barack Obama
Republican Mitt Romney

U.S. Senate

Note: Map not colored by results from this race.

  Candidate Votes Percent
Democrat Bill Nelson
Republican Connie Mack

County Sheriff

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  Candidate Votes Percent
Democrat Scott Swope
Republican Bob Gualtieri