Kenai Peninsula voters favor Romney in election

According to unofficial results released by the state elections office Wednesday, voters in Kenai Peninsula districts favored Republican Gov. Mitt Romney over President Barack Obama.

Across Districts 28, 29 and 30, 66 percent of voters chose Romney with 29 percent voting for Obama and 5 percent cast a vote for another candidate or wrote in a candidate. It total, 11,338 voters cast a ballot supporting Romney, who lost the nation’s vote to Obama, who received 5,015 votes in the area.

Results by district are:

District 28

Obama: 1,390

Romney: 3,898

District 29

Obama: 1,307

Romney: 3,943

District 30

Obama: 2,318

Romney: 3,497

— Staff report

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