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Media, PA Election Results 2012: Obama wins nationally, Delco stays Republican, state races go blue

Nov 07

The unofficial election results for Media, PA voting precincts.

Obama wins another four years as President

According to the New York Times, Barack Obama won Pennsylvania (which was considered leaning Democratic), Ohio, Colorado, Wisconsin, and Nevada. Florida appears to also have been slightly in favor of Obama at the time of writing.

Delaware County stays red

Delaware county kept in place all local governmental officials, including locals Dominic Pileggi (R), Tom Killion (R) and Pat Meehan (R). Beth Alois (D), George Badey (D), and Patricia Worrell (D) were unable to unseat the incumbents. Races were won with a margin of 12 percentage points between winner and loser. View election results on the PA election results site.

State races go to the Democrats

Well, you can see it’s going to get interesting in Pennsylvania in the coming years. On a state level, Attorney General, Auditor General, and Treasurer were all won by Democrats as of 12:00 AM November 7th.

Media is Democratic by a 2 to 1 margin

You can view state election results on the PA State Election results page. You can see state races here as well.

The Democrats swept through and won every single race in Media, however, county-wide Republican candidates held onto their seats firmly.The attached chart outlines the local election results, and shows that Media, on the whole, trends Democratic by a margin of 2 to 1 overall. For local Republicans even in Media, they picked up more votes than national or even state candidates and received more votes in Media, a testament that 300 straight Media Democrats believe that the Republicans are doing a good job.

Media Borough 2012 Election Results, Unofficial (click to enlarge)


  1. Rick Nelson /

    Just wondering how many total registered voters there are in Media. What was the turnout? Also, are the Media results just Media borough or does it include borough adjacent folks?

  2. Rick – there are approximately 3800 registered voters in Media, meaning Media on the whole had 77% voter turnout. That, in my opinion, is a great turnout; if we could only get that for every election!

    The numbers above are just for Media Borough and do not include other municipalities.