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Paul4Prez
02-05-2008, 11:36 PM
On my blog here:

http://paul4prez.blogspot.com/2008/02/ron-paul-super-tuesday-results.html

Caucus States (% reporting)

TBA% -- Alaska: 0 votes (0%)
25% -- Montana: 400 votes (100%)
21% -- North Dakota: 2,082 votes (100%)
15% -- Minnesota: 7,483 votes (67%)
10% -- West Virginia: 118 votes (100%)
9% -- Colorado: 2,762 votes (54%)


Primary States (% reporting)

7% -- New York: 38,787 (99%)
6% -- Tennessee: 30,402 (98%)
5% -- Illinois: 37,614 (87%)
5% -- New Jersey: 26,556 (98%)
5% -- Arizona: 16,948 votes (66% )
5% -- Arkansas: 6,914 votes (75%)
4% -- California: 36,504 votes (15%)
4% -- Missouri: 25,770 (98%)
4% -- Connecticut: 5,897 votes (95%)
4% -- Delaware: 2,131 votes (100%)
3% -- Georgia: 26,575 (92%)
3% -- Alabama: 14,769 votes (97%)
3% -- Massachusetts: 12,357 (93%)
3% -- Oklahoma: 11,131 (99%)
3% -- Utah: 5,294 (63%)

RochesterRyan
02-05-2008, 11:40 PM
did well in Maine and Louisiana

Marshall
02-05-2008, 11:43 PM
I guess freedom isn't popular. Where can I plug my head into the matrix?

Molly1
02-06-2008, 12:05 AM
On my blog here:

http://paul4prez.blogspot.com/2008/02/ron-paul-super-tuesday-results.html

Caucus States (% reporting)

TBA% -- Alaska: 0 votes (0%)
25% -- Montana: 400 votes (100%)
21% -- North Dakota: 2,082 votes (100%)
15% -- Minnesota: 7,483 votes (67%)
10% -- West Virginia: 118 votes (100%)
9% -- Colorado: 2,762 votes (54%)


Primary States (% reporting)

7% -- New York: 38,787 (99%)
6% -- Tennessee: 30,402 (98%)
5% -- Illinois: 37,614 (87%)
5% -- New Jersey: 26,556 (98%)
5% -- Arizona: 16,948 votes (66% )
5% -- Arkansas: 6,914 votes (75%)
4% -- California: 36,504 votes (15%)
4% -- Missouri: 25,770 (98%)
4% -- Connecticut: 5,897 votes (95%)
4% -- Delaware: 2,131 votes (100%)
3% -- Georgia: 26,575 (92%)
3% -- Alabama: 14,769 votes (97%)
3% -- Massachusetts: 12,357 (93%)
3% -- Oklahoma: 11,131 (99%)
3% -- Utah: 5,294 (63%)


Ralph Nader, in his 2000 Presidential bid, received 2.74 percent of the popular vote.


We're already doing quite a bit better than that other candidate blacked out by the media. Heh! :cool:

Akus
02-06-2008, 12:06 AM
On my blog here:

http://paul4prez.blogspot.com/2008/02/ron-paul-super-tuesday-results.html

Caucus States (% reporting)

TBA% -- Alaska: 0 votes (0%)
25% -- Montana: 400 votes (100%)
21% -- North Dakota: 2,082 votes (100%)
15% -- Minnesota: 7,483 votes (67%)
10% -- West Virginia: 118 votes (100%)
9% -- Colorado: 2,762 votes (54%)


Primary States (% reporting)

7% -- New York: 38,787 (99%)
6% -- Tennessee: 30,402 (98%)
5% -- Illinois: 37,614 (87%)
5% -- New Jersey: 26,556 (98%)
5% -- Arizona: 16,948 votes (66% )
5% -- Arkansas: 6,914 votes (75%)
4% -- California: 36,504 votes (15%)
4% -- Missouri: 25,770 (98%)
4% -- Connecticut: 5,897 votes (95%)
4% -- Delaware: 2,131 votes (100%)
3% -- Georgia: 26,575 (92%)
3% -- Alabama: 14,769 votes (97%)
3% -- Massachusetts: 12,357 (93%)
3% -- Oklahoma: 11,131 (99%)
3% -- Utah: 5,294 (63%)
What are those 99% and 98% percentages?:confused:

Molly1
02-06-2008, 12:08 AM
What are those 99% and 98% percentages?:confused:

Number of cities or counties reporting.

davidt!
02-06-2008, 12:28 AM
Montana reigns supreme with their 400 voters.

Bradley in DC
02-06-2008, 12:37 AM
Thanks, this is helpful. Would you mind listing the delegates too?

Paul4Prez
02-06-2008, 12:45 AM
Thanks, this is helpful. Would you mind listing the delegates too?

The delegate totals aren't really firm numbers yet. The only place Ron Paul has picked up delegates today is in North Dakota and Minnesota, but the eventual numbers won't be known until after their state conventions. Someone estimated 5 in North Dakota. He could be good for 2 or 3 in Minnesota. And there was a deal in West Virginia to get 3 more.

Montana earned 0 delegates, even with our 25% second-place showing, since it was winner take all.

That leaves Alaska....

Paul4Prez
02-06-2008, 12:47 AM
I guess freedom isn't popular. Where can I plug my head into the matrix?

Freedom is popular, but thinking for yourself and voting for the best candidate even if the media barely mentions him is still not in style, it appears.

Paul4Prez
02-06-2008, 12:49 AM
Montana reigns supreme with their 400 voters.

Only party officials could vote in Montana. It was good work by Ron Paul people there snagging the vacant party offices....

Paul4Prez
02-06-2008, 12:50 AM
Update:

Caucus States (% reporting)

TBA% -- Alaska: 0 votes (0%)
25% -- Montana: 400 votes (100%)
21% -- North Dakota: 2,082 votes (100%)
15% -- Minnesota: 9,411 votes (82%)
10% -- West Virginia: 118 votes (100%)
8% -- Colorado: 4,670 votes (73%)




Primary States (% reporting)

7% -- New York: 38,787 (99%)
6% -- Tennessee: 30,592 (100%)
5% -- Illinois: 42,945 (95%)
5% -- New Jersey: 26,556 (98%)
5% -- Arizona: 17,554 votes (72% )
5% -- Arkansas: 8,696 votes (85%)
4% -- California: 40,239 votes (23%)
4% -- Missouri: 26,411 (99%)
4% -- Connecticut: 6,014 votes (99%)
4% -- Delaware: 2,131 votes (100%)
3% -- Georgia: 27,442 (97%)
3% -- Alabama: 15,052 votes (99%)
3% -- Massachusetts: 12,680 (95%)
3% -- Oklahoma: 11,166 (100%)
3% -- Utah: 8,088 (99%)

http://paul4prez.blogspot.com/2008/02/ron-paul-super-tuesday-results.html

praxisseizure
02-06-2008, 01:20 AM
It literally is City vs. Country in the percentages. It's so striking. As the suburbs depress through the housing crisis, I think the divide will further solidify and they'll become the 'dense' country. What an interesting time we're going to witness. Suburbia is going through one hell of a reality check.