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Eighteen Republicans reportedly live in the nearby 15th Division, according to city registration records.The 15th has the distinction of pitching two straight Republican shutouts - zero votes for Mc Cain in 2008, zero for Romney on Tuesday.
Larry Sabato, a political scientist at the University of Virginia who has studied African American precincts, said he had occasionally seen 100 percent of the vote go for the Democratic candidate.
The addresses of several others could not be found.
On West Albert Street, Duke Dunston says he knows he's a registered Republican, but he's never voted for one.
"It's kind of an urban fact, and you are looking at the extreme end of it in Philadelphia." Most big cities are politically homogeneous, with 75 percent to 80 percent of voters identifying as Democrats.
Cities are not only bursting with Democrats: They are easier to organize than rural areas where people live far apart from one another, said Sasha Issenberg, author of "One reason Democrats can maximize votes in Philadelphia is that it's very easy to knock on every door," Issenberg said.
In the entire 28th Ward, Romney received only 34 votes to Obama's 5,920.