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Super Tuesday caucus results

2012-03-07 12:00

Washington - Ten US states held presidential primary elections or caucus meetings on Super Tuesday as the conservative Republican Party chooses a nominee to challenge President Barack Obama in the November elections.

States set their own rules for allocating delegates to the party's August nominating convention.

Alaska caucus, 27 delegates, 95% reporting: Mitt Romney 33%, Rick Santorum 29%, Ron Paul 24%, Newt Gingrich 14%.

Georgia primary, 76 delegates, 97% reporting: Gingrich 47%, Romney 26%, Santorum 20%, Paul 6%.

Idaho caucus, 32 delegates, 91% reporting: Romney 64%, Santorum 16%, Paul 18%, Gingrich 2%.

Massachusetts primary, 41 delegates, 98% reporting: Romney 72%, Santorum 12%, Paul 10%, Gingrich 5%.

North Dakota caucus, 28 delegates, 100% reporting: Santorum 40%, Paul 28%, Romney 24%, Gingrich 8%.

Ohio primary, 66 delegates, 99% reporting: Romney 38%, Santorum 37%, Gingrich 15%, Paul 9%.

Oklahoma primary, 43 delegates, 100% reporting: Santorum 34%, Romney 28%, Gingrich 27%, Paul 10%.

Tennessee primary, 58 delegates, 99% reporting: Santorum 37%, Romney 28%, Gingrich 24%, Paul 9%.

Vermont primary, 17 delegates, 93% reporting: Romney 40%, Paul 25%, Santorum 24%, Gingrich 8%.

Virginia primary, 49 delegates, 100% reporting: Romney 60%, Paul 40% (Santorum, Gingrich not on ballot).

Comments
  • Matthew - 2012-03-07 13:48

    RON PAUL 2012!! Smash the Fed!

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