CLEVELAND, Ohio – The official Cuyahoga County count for the 2020 presidential election released Wednesday shows President-elect Joe Biden carrying 66.4% of the vote overall, including 42 of the 59 cities, villages and townships.
Two communities flipped between the unofficial tally the day after the election and the final results, which included late-arriving absentee ballots and provisional votes.
Olmsted Township ended up going to President Donald Trump, 3,991 to 3,930. Biden had led there in the unofficial tally, 3,821 to 3,755.
And tiny Linndale finished in the Biden column, 15-14. Trump had led the unofficial tally in Linndale, 14-12.
Overall, Biden won the county by a margin of 213,477 votes, or 416,716 (66.4%) to 202,699 (33.3%). The votes added with the official tally followed roughly the same margins as the overall vote – 13,861 (63.4%) for Biden and 7,610 (34.8%) for Trump.
Despite Biden’s win in heavily Democratic Cuyahoga County and other urban areas, Trump won the state overall by about 8 points. Official statewide results have not been released yet.
A look at the city-by-city and precinct-by-precinct numbers shows:
* Biden won Cleveland by 85,208 votes, or 111,639 (79.7%) to 26,431 (18.9%).
* Biden ran strongest in Warrensville Heights (95.8%), East Cleveland (95.1%), Highland Hills (94.1%) and Bedford Heights (90.1%). He received at least 60% of the vote in 26 of the 59 cities, villages or townships.
* Trump’s top performances were in Cuyahoga Heights (66.4%), Valley View (62.7%) and Independence (60.5%) – the only places where he received at least 60% of the vote.
* The closest races were in Linndale, where Biden won by the one vote (15-14), and the Cuyahoga County portion of Hunting Valley, where Trump won by three votes, 215-212. Once the Geauga County residents are added to the Hunting Valley total, Trump carried the village, 275-261.
* Biden carried at least 95% of the vote in 105 of the county’s 975 precincts, with the biggest margin by percent in a Cleveland Ward 5 precinct, where Biden won, 98.2% to 1.1%. The vote there was 267-3 in favor of Biden.
* Trump’s lowest vote total for a precinct was 2. He lost lost a Cleveland Ward 2 precinct, 130-2.
* Biden won at least 80% of the vote in 348 of the 975 precincts.
* Trump’s best showing was in Cuyahoga Heights, where there is a single precinct. He won the village, 66.4% (204) to 32.6% (100).
* Presidential votes for more than 4,000 Cuyahoga County voters were not registered because they either did not mark a presidential candidate (2,545) or selected more than one candidate (1,494).
See city-by-city, and precinct-by-precinct vote totals by searching the database below. Some mobile users may need to use this link instead to see the database.