And where voters were more affluent and moderate, Romney romped.
Stivers romped to victory in the GOP primary and then beat out a Democratic incumbent who had narrowly defeated him two years ago.
In two suburban swing counties in New York, unknown Republicans romped over longtime Democratic officeholders.
Republican Jody Hice romped home in a safe rural Georgia congressional district last night.
But in Texas, Obama romped to victory, winning about 88 percent of the vote.
Kendall worked the centre for three and Harris romped around the right for six more.
We danced and romped and played rowdy games like a pack of children.
Then, very suddenly, Brown romped through the Blues centre and fought for eleven yards before he was brought down.
When he has romped through the Greek classics he plays about among the Latins.
And every one seemed as happy as the children who romped and scampered with merry cries.
A fight, esp between street gangs; rumble (1960s+ Street gang)
: The gangs romped on Thursday