The Hyde County unofficial election results were released yesterday about 1 pm. Frankly, I found the information a tad confusing*.
Anyway, this is what I gleaned about Ocracoke's votes:
Obama -- 193 votes on election day/117 one-stop votes/total of 310 votes
Romney -- 94 votes on election day/60 one-stop votes/total of 154 votes
Johnson -- 6 votes on election day/0 one-stop votes/total of 6 votes
There were also a number of Hyde County absentee votes, but these were not listed by precinct.
All told, Hyde County cast 1157 votes for Obama (Democrat), 1183 votes for Romney (Republican), and 15 votes for Johnson (Libertarian). Goode received no votes in Hyde County.
You can read the entire list of results here: http://hydecountync.gov/docs/Hyde_unofficial_results.pdf.
* For example, one category was listed as "Presidential Preference (DEM)"
(the choices were O'Bama [sic]/Biden, Romney/Ryan, Johnson/Gray,
& Virgil Goode) and another category was "Straight Party" (the
sub-categories were Democratic, Republican, & Libertarian). I
couldn't tell if the "Presidential Preference" category (Why was "DEM"
in parentheses?? There was no "REP" counterpart.) also included the
"Straight Party" numbers or not (I am guessing they did).
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