I was curious what the district-by-district breakdown of election results was, given that Groton Democrats seemed unified in cheering on Hillary Clinton while Dryden Democrats were divided. The Board of Elections has posted final results, so I can take a closer look. (They did combine a few districts, though.)
|1+5||West Dryden, Etna||115||101|
|3+7||East and North of Village of Dryden, to McLean||98||61|
|4+9||Varna to Ellis Hollow Road||198||275|
|6||Village of Dryden west of 13/38||69||67|
|8||Snyder Hill, Bethel Grove||89||197|
The northern and eastern edges of Dryden generally went for Clinton, while southern and western went for Obama. District 11 went nearly 2-1 for Clinton, while District 8 went more than 2-1 for Obama. I'm a little surprised by the tie in Freeville and the two vote margin in the western half of the Village of Dryden as well as the southeastern hills, all of which I'd have guessed to be more likely Clinton.
(Groton Democrats voted for Clinton 253-146, while Cortland County Democrats went for Clinton 2204-992.)Posted by simon at February 18, 2008 1:14 PM in politics (national)