How Does Greendale Feel About the Election Results?

According to Facebook responses, people in Greendale were pretty disappointed with Tuesday's results. Check out what people had to say.

When asked on Facebook how people felt about the outcome of Tuesday's election, Greendale people for the most part expressed their disappointment. 

The dismay can be seen Greendale's election results. 

Republicans Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan garnered 4,854 votes in Greendale while Democrats Obama and Biden received 3,972.

Greendale has trended towards Republican candidates for partisan offices, according to Village Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Kasza. 

Check out what people had to say on Facebook. There were a lot of sad faces. 

Lifelong Greendale Resident November 08, 2012 at 01:28 PM
What a silly "article". We're discussing election results in the context of FB posts? "There were a lot of sad faces"? Seriously? I don't think we need to gauge FB comments. I'm sure the 4800 that voted for Romney were disappointed. And the 3900 that voted for Obama were pleased. Unfortunately for the 4800, we weren't electing the president of Greendale.
Carol November 08, 2012 at 04:18 PM
I have a Happy Face! if Romney would have gotten in, we would really be in trouble. All he did was lie and didn't know what he was talking about. Don't forget the mess Obama came into 4 years ago, it's going to take time to clean it up. Let's hope the democrats & republicans can work together and stop acting like kids fighting!!!
D. Krueger November 08, 2012 at 04:58 PM
Who the hell caes about how Greendale feels about the election? Furthermore, who the hell cares that Greendale votes mainly Republican? The fact of the matter is that President Obama won his re-election. And by a sizeable margin of electorial and popular votes! As the old saying goes, "may the best man win!" And the best man did win! Congratulations to President Obama. Thank god he, instead of Romney, will lead this Country FORWARD and not backward like the GOP wanted to do!!


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