Track: New York Primary Returns

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A supporter of Mitt Romney wears a Cheesehead hat during a primary night gathering in Milwaukee. (Justin Sullivan/Getty)

GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney won the New York primary with 63 percent of the vote. But as expected, turnout was low - Romney won with 100,000 votes statewide out of 160,000 votes cast in total. 

Across New York state, the Republican party counts 2,826,913 members, down to 25 percent of the electorate. Here's a look at the vote totals, and a breakdown of the top 10 counties Romney won in the Empire State.  

Suffolk County (Long Island) 13,084 votes 

Nassau County (Long Island) - 12, 421 votes

Westchester Country - 6,336 votes

Monroe County (Rochester) - 5,431 votes

Onondaga County (Syracuse) - 4,038 votes

Queens - 4,030 votes

Manhattan - 3,977 votes

Erie Country - 3,775 votes

Orange County - 3,189 votes

Brooklyn  - 2,969 votes

Duchess County - 2,704 votes

Staten Island - 2,583 votes

Saratoga County - 2, 441 votes





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