Four days after Election Day, we have a winner in Florida: President Barack Obama takes all 29 of our electoral votes — not that he needed them.
Saturday, Nov. 10: Obama is declared the winner in Florida
Tuesday, Nov. 6: Incumbent Senator Bill Nelson has defeated Connie Mack
Roll over counties to see 2012 results as of . Final results were certified Nov. 20.
Counties are shaded by the margin of victory to show the affect that larger, urban counties had on the outcome. The darker the color, the larger the margin of victory. Here are the ranges:
Obama won 13 counties by margins ranging from 137 to 263,698 votes.
Romney won 54 counties by margins ranging from 300 to 46,753 votes.
Times Political Editor Adam C. Smith picked five Florida counties to watch for the election: