Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Mitt Romney: Primary And Caucus Results

Mitt Romney was able to keep his second place spot on Super Tuesday, but he lost a lot of ground to John McCain. It appears on the surface that the Republican nomination has all but been decided. See how Romney did state by state in the breakdown below (Delegates earned in parentheses):

Primaries

Arizona: 2nd Place (0)
Oklahoma: 3rd Place (0)
Arkansas: 3rd Place (0)
Alabama: 3rd Place (0)
Connecticut: 2nd Place (0)
Massachusetts: 1st Place (22)
New Jersey: 2nd Place (0)
New York: 2nd Place (0)
Georgia: 3rd Place (0)
Missouri: 3rd Place (0)
Tennessee: 3rd Place (9)
Utah: 1st Place (36)
Illinois: 2nd Place (3)
Delaware: 2nd Place (0)
Florida: 2nd Place (0)
South Carolina: 4th Place (5)
Michigan: 1st Place (24)
New Hampshire: 2nd Place (4)

Caucuses

Minnesota: 1st Place (38)
Alaska: 1st Place (12)
Colorado: 1st Place (22)
Montana: 1st Place (25)
North Dakota: 1st Place (8)
West Virginia: 2nd Place (1)
Maine: 1st Place (18)
Nevada: 1st Place (18)
Wyoming: 1st Place (9)
Iowa: 2nd Place (12)

Total Delegates: 265

*All information gathered from CNN.com

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