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How Lilburn Voted for President in 2012

How big -- or small- were the margins in Lilburn regarding the presidential race. Seems Lilburn was on the side of the second-place finisher.

On Election Day 2012, the majority of residents in Lilburn precincts voted for the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, according to unofficial results.

The votes do not include provisional ballots.

Still, the overall vote mirrors the area's views in 2008, when the majority of greater Lilburn residents also chose the Republican candidate.

Only one precinct appeared to change the way it voted four years ago, and that was Precinct 120, which votes at The Pilgrimage Annex at Providence Christian Academy. Just as 2008, it was a close race between the Democratic and Republican candidates. But, this time Romney pulled ahead by only a few votes.

See totals from your precinct below, and remember that provisional ballots are not included in these numbers.

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2012 Votes by Precinct (* indicates winner, ** indicates change in vote from 2008):

  • Precinct 11, Berkshire B: First Baptist Church of Lilburn, 285 Main Street
    • Total votes: 1,096
    • Obama: 665 votes, or 60.7 percent*
    • Romney: 422 votes, or 38.5 percent
  • Precinct 14, Garners A: Mountain Park Depot, 5050 Five Forks Trickum Road
    • Total votes: 2,341
    • Obama: 683 votes, or 29.2 percent
    • Romney: 1,619 votes, or 69.2 percent*
  • Precinct 32, Berkshire D: New Mercies Christian Church, 4000 Five Forks Trickum Road
    • Total votes: 1,763
    • Obama: 588 votes, or 33.4 percent
    • Romney: 1,140 votes, or 64.7 percent*
  • Precinct 33, Berkshire E: Arcado Elementary School, 5150 Arcado Road
    • Total votes: 1,345
    • Obama: 423 votes, or 31.4 percent
    • Romney: 905 votes, or 67.3 percent*
  • Precinct 34, Berkshire F: Lilburn Christian Church, 314 Arcado Road
    • Total votes: 980
    • Obama: 512 votes, 52.2 percent*
    • Romney: 450 votes, 45.9 percent
  • Precinct 35, Cates D :Berean Baptist Church, 1405 Hewatt Road
    • Total votes: 1,932
    • Obama: 671 votes, 34.7 percent
    • Romney: 1,229 votes, 63.6 percent*
  • Precinct 36, Cates E: Trinity Lutheran Church, 1826 Killian Hill Road
    • Total votes: 1,816
    • Obama: 556 votes, 30.6 percent
    • Romney: 1,225 votes, 67.5 percent*
  • Precinct 49: Garners C: Lucerne Baptist Church, 4805 Stone Mountain Highway
    • Total votes: 1,127
    • Obama: 498 votes, 44.2 percent
    • Romney: 604 votes, 53.6 percent*
  • Precinct 65, Berkshire H: Calvary Baptist Church, 5255 Highway 29
    • Total votes: 872
    • Obama: 495 votes, 56.8 percent*
    • Romney: 367 votes, 42.1 percent
  • Precinct 68, Cates I: Oak Road Lutheran Church, 1004 Oak Road
    • Total votes: 2,142
    • Obama: 761 votes, 35.5 percent
    • Romney: 1,343 votes, 62.7 percent*
  • Precinct 69, Cates J: Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 1400 Killian Hill Road
    • Total votes: 1,952
    • Obama: 844 votes, 43.2 percent
    • Romney: 1,076 votes, 55.1 percent*
  • Precinct 92, Berkshire J: Harvest Community Church, 701 Cole Drive
    • Total votes: 1,836
    • Obama: 565 votes, 30.8 percent
    • Romney: 1,226 votes, 66.8 percent*
  • Precinct 103, Berkshire L: Berkmar United Methodist Church, 675 Pleasant Hill Road
    • Total votes: 1,488
    • Obama: 1,004 votes, 67.5 percent*
    • Romney: 457 votes, 30.7 percent
  • Precinct 109, Berkshire M: Killian Hill Baptist Church/Christian School, 151 Arcado Road
    • Total votes: 1,081
    • Obama: 342 votes, 31.6 percent
    • Romney: 715 votes, 66.1 percent*
  • Precinct 119, Berkshire O: Yellow River Baptist Church, 3650 Five Forks Trickum Road
    • Total votes: 1,712
    • Obama: 512 votes, 29.9 percent
    • Romney: 1,173 votes, 68.5 percent*
  • Precinct 120, Berkshire P: The Pilgrimage Annex at Providence Christian Academy, 4525 Wynne Russell Drive
    • Total votes: 759
    • Obama: 371 votes, 48.9 percent
    • Romney: 380 votes, 50.1 percent**
  • Precinct 148, Berkshire Q: St Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church, 5373 Wydella Road
    • Total votes: 1,057
    • Obama: 363 votes, 34.3 percent
    • Romney: 671 votes, 63.5 percent*
John Henderson November 09, 2012 at 05:39 PM
No one should be surprised by Lilburns voting pattern. Lilburn as a whole is stuck in the 19th century. They fail to reconize or embrace the diversity surronding them in Gwinnett County. There is no progressive thinking!
RL November 09, 2012 at 06:17 PM
Contrary John, I am right proud of my Lilburn neighbors. 19th century - incredibly enough, we have automobiles and indoor plumbing. And just what is "progressive" thinking?
JNM November 09, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Socialism here we come...I feel so saddened for my nieces that they have such a dark future ahead of them ;( this country being ruled by a man such as Obama is one that is not to be desired...no more freedom, no more rights...when it goes to hell I will tell everyone who voted for him "I told you so"
Julius Fair November 10, 2012 at 02:09 AM
Are you kidding the GOP took us for a ride. In 1828 I think the Democratic party was formed because the GOP left so many on the outside looking in. As long as cetain people get those handouts it okay. The moment the ones on the outside start getting a penny its a problem. Clinton left office in the black when the economy was booming Rommey had one of the highest unemployment rate in Mass. Behind close doors the GOP thinks most of you are dumb as a box of rocks.

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