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U.S. House Race: County-By-County Breakdown

November 7, 2012, 4:51 PM

U.S. House Race: County-By-County Breakdown
Noem | Varilek


Republican Kristi Noem cruised to a second term in the U.S. House beating Democrat Matt Varilek by 14 percent.

Noem finished with 57 percent of the vote; Varilek picked up 43 percent. 

You get a better idea of how the votes broke down when you look at the county totals.  Voters preferred Noem in 54 of South Dakota's 66 counties.

The counties Noem won are in red below; Varilek won the counties in blue.

Review complete South Dakota Election Results on the Election 2012 page.

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