MAYVILLE - Chautauqua County voters leaned Republican in Tuesday's General Election.
Mitt Romney took 53 percent of the county's vote for president over President Barack Obama.
Tom Reed was the county's choice for the House of Representatives with 52 percent of the votes cast, beating out Nate Shinagawa.
Andy Goodell was the voters' overwhelming choice for state Assembly in the 150th district with 61 percent of the vote over Dr. Rudy Mueller.
John Ward garnered 63 percent of the county's votes for county court judge, beating out William Coughlin.
The only Democrat to win a countywide vote was Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, winning her first six-year term with 57 percent of the vote over Wendy Long.
In contested local races, Republican Todd Hanson topped Bill Burk for Busti Town Council with 64 percent of the vote and Democrat Patty Ekstrom won the Carroll Town Council seat with 61 percent of the vote over Harold Whitford Jr.