The vote, incredibly, was unanimous in Obama's favor in nine Cleveland precincts.
The largest of those voted 542-0 in favor of Obama. In seven other Cleveland precincts and one in East Cleveland, Romney didn't pick up a single vote, though votes for third-party candidates stopped the president short of unanimous victories.
On Cleveland's West Side, Obama won 76 percent. And he carried 69 percent countywide.
In the suburbs, Obama won 62 percent of the vote. This was helped, in part, by winning 98 percent in both Warrensville Heights and East Cleveland, but those towns and Cleveland alone did not provide the countywide margin.
Cities where Obama won every precinct stretched from Lakewood and Brook Park to Cleveland Heights and Orange.
Meanwhile, the only citywide precinct sweeps for Romney were in Brecksville, Highland Heights and Independence, though Romney also did so in a handful of villages on the eastern side of the county.
Entire. Precincts, folks. Talk about a shutout, damn.