President Barack Obama will get another four years, but not by Pasco's doing.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney won the county with 52.5 percent of the vote.
A total of 110,563 ballots were cast in Romney’s favor in Pasco. Obama came in second with 96,360 ballots cast in his favor, which works out to 45.81 percent, according to the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Office.
The county has traditionally voted Republican in presidential races, including wins for GOP candidates in 2008 and 2004.
When asked how they felt about the win, Land O' Lakes readers had this to say on our Facebook page:
Not good at all, things will only get worse! —Joy Coykendall
Can't wait until he proves us wrong! He believes in working together and as a United States!—Cassie Turner-Moehnert
Very hurt & disappointed on how much Americans have been brainwashed. Respect & honesty is forgotten in this world!—Chris Brostowski
Excited! Now to get Congress working together! Hard work and diversity made it happen.—Susan L. Strickland
How do you feel about the win? Share your thoughts in the comment section.