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Super Tuesday Wrap-Up

Filed under: 2008 Election — DRJ @ 9:39 pm

[Guest post by DRJ]

Not all results are in but here’s an overview of what’s happened so far:

In the Democratic race, by State/Caucus (not delegates) —

States/Caucuses won by Hillary Clinton: Arkansas, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

States/Caucuses won by Barack Obama: Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Carolina, and Utah.

In the Republican race, by State/Caucus (not delegates) —

States/Caucuses won by Mike Huckabee: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

States/Caucuses won by John McCain: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, and South Carolina.

States/Caucuses won by Mitt Romney: Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.

UPDATE: It’s Midnight in Texas and I’m turning in. The following races are still undecided: Missouri and New Mexico (Democrats) and Alaska (Republicans). I’ll leave it to anyone who is still up to update this in the comments. And thanks!


12 Responses to “Super Tuesday Wrap-Up”

  1. I’m intrigued that both nomination contests could go to the convention, since each party has about 20% of its delegates that are “unpledged,” not determined by the primaries, so if nobody drops out, it seems quite possible that no candidate in either party will win enough votes to be nominated in the primaries, although the Republicans have some winner take all states left to come, but I think only three.

    JayHub (0a6237)

  2. I would pay to see the Dem nomination go to the floor of the convention.

    JD (a11194)

  3. Dems:
    Missouri: 100% reporting
    Obama 405,284 49.40% (30 Delegates)
    Clinton 395,287 48.18% (30)

    New Mexico: 92% reporting
    Obama 63,011 48.64% (12)
    Clinton 62,493 48.24% (13)

    I don’t understand this one… Must be a stray, previously declared Del or something

    Alaska: 98% reporting
    Romney 5,126 44.83% (12)
    Huckabee 2,548 22.28% (6)
    Paul 1,955 17.10% (5)
    McCain 1,804 15.78% (3)

    Scott Jacobs (a1de9d)

  4. Alaska went for Huckabee and Missouri for Obama. New Mexico is still stuffing the ballot boxes counting the ballots.

    nk (4ebdf4)

  5. Hmm, Scott seems to have better sources. Let’s go with his numbers.

    nk (4ebdf4)

  6. Comment of the day from Michael D. at Balloon Juice:

    My feeling is that the far right is going to become very marginalized in this election which, one can hope, will cause them to re-evaluate how they’ve behaved over the past 7 years (ok, I actually chuckled and laughed at myself when I wrote that.)

    Psyberian (d18acc)

  7. ok, I actually chuckled and laughed at myself when I wrote that

    Why not, everyone else does…

    rhodeymark (e86321)

  8. And they are laughing at you, not with you.

    JD (75f5c3)

  9. Very depressing. With a 60+ Democrat Senators in the next congress, either Hillary or McCain will race to throw open the borders to illegal immigrants (oops, I mean oppressed citizens with rights to the fruits of your labor)and the Republican/Conservative movement will become a permanent minority.

    Perfect Sense (b6ec8c)

  10. Giants over Patriots by 3.

    Kevin (4890ef)

  11. Actually, once enough illegals have made it in, they might act like the environmentalists who rush into the wide open spaces and then turn around and try to keep their new homes clean. Once they are in and have taken over, they are liable to become more “closed-borders” than the people who are here now. After all, they will have seen what happens when one throws open the borders.

    Sabba Hillel (b3a959)

  12. That’s awfully big might. Considering the condition of Central American countries, I wouldn’t count on it.

    Darkmage (be2d37)

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