Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD: Results in CO., MN., MO.
Posted on 02/07/2012 5:08:04 PM PST by Anti-Hillary
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Have you asked that this is in the sidebar? Didn’t see it there, but maybe I wasn’t looking in the right place.
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As a Missourian, I voted for Rick Santorum. I would have voted for Rick Perry if he were still in the race. Gingrich, for some reason, wasn’t on the ballot and NO WAY was I going to vote for Romney!
For those interested
Thank God this will be over soon and the robo-calls will cease for a little while. I got calls from Romney’s wife and the Denver Broncos, over and over and over and over... Made me want to puke.....
I’m going now to vote in the straw poll...
Great job and thank you!!!!
Gingrich didn’t pay the $1000 to get in the ballot.
Johnson, Gary REP 1 3.6%
Cain, Herman REP 1 3.6%
Romney, Mitt REP 8 28.6%
Meehan, Michael J. REP 0 .0%
Perry, Rick REP 2 7.1%
Drummond, Keith REP 1 3.6%
Huntsman, Jon REP 1 3.6%
Bachmann, Michele REP 0 .0%
Santorum, Rick REP 9 32.1%
Paul, Ron REP 2 7.1%
Uncommitted REP 3
Santorum is um ahead
from CNN Political Ticker blog:
8:00 p.m. ET - @stevebruskCNN: Gingrich to Wolf Blitzer: “at the rate we’re going you could have the first open convention since 1940”
“Great job and thank you!!!!”
No problem! By the way, here’s an interactive map from the Missouri GOP Primary:
Looks like votes are starting to come in....Santorum ahead!
I made it to the polls about 15 minutes before closing. The town where I voted has about 154 people.......and they said that 67 people voted today......and a poll worker told me that that was good turn out for that town.
I’m visiting Colorado and heard some wild stories about the caucus process here. Ron Paul’s people talk and talk and talk and won’t stop talking until people agree to go with Paul. I don’t understand the process, but it sounds like very few people get involved.
There are two threads....Actually not a bad idea. Heavy load will download faster if people don’t post graphics.
Santorum 168 Romney 120
Yes, sir. Go Santorum.
Ron Paul has created the first political movement that’s a natural home for the functionally mentally ill. The behavior of these people screams “cult members.” They have an unthinking, unwavering, uncompromising, programmed, irrational sense of commitment to their cause to the point of being aggressive and antisocial.
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