Lancaster County voting data breakdown

Here's a breakdown of the some of the voting data in Lancaster County.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The votes have been tallied in Lancaster County.

Of the 152,400 total votes cast for the presidential ticket 80,513 (52.83%) went to democratic challenge Joe Biden, giving him a 12,192 vote advantage over President Donald Trump.

A majority of votes went to Biden in 140 of 198 precincts.

Virtually all precincts outside city limits voted overwhelmingly for Trump, while many of those inside Lincoln went to Biden.

While both candidates ran away with certain precincts, there were also many close calls.

In 32 precincts, the candidates were separated by 25 votes or less. Of those, 13 were separated by 10 votes or less, with 11 of those separated by five votes or less.

The largest turnout in a single precinct was 1,588, with 809 people voting for Trump and 748 voting for Biden.

One precinct saw only a single voter, who cast their ballot for Biden.

You can find a full precinct results here: precinct results.

You can find a city precinct map here: city precincts and a rural precinct map here: rural precincts.


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