We've got the numbers, precinct by precinct, on who Westlake chose for the presidency, Senate, Congress and State Senate and House.
While the nation saw Cuyahoga County as solidly blue during Tuesday night's national election coverage, dig down to the local level and a new color emerges. Westlake was solidly red this election, choosing the Republican for all the national and state legislative races. Mitt Romney won Westlake by almost 2,200 votes over Barack Obama. In the hotly contested Senate race, Josh Mandel narrowly beat victorious incumbent Sherrod Brown by just under 200 votes. See the charts below for precinct-by-precinct results.
The congresswoman running for the redistricted District 16 made a stop on the campaign trail the Root Cafe on Saturday.
US Rep. Betty Sutton (D-13) made a stop at the Root Café in Lakewood on her campaign trail for the newly redistricted 16th Congressional District. Although if elected, she wouldn't represented Lakewood, she noted that her district stretches into western Cuyahoga County. Among the towns she would represent are Westlake, Strongsville and North Canton in the south. "Northeast Ohio is in this together," she said. "This district has a lot of arbitrary lines. Our interests don't stop at arbitrary lines. We have common concerns."