Skip to comments.Live Thread: GOP Primary election results (WI, MD, DC)
Posted on 04/03/2012 5:24:56 PM PDT by newzjunkey
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Thanks for the thread, been looking.
Is WI having the recall election today (Gov Walker)? I am really interested in that
I believe the recall election is to be held in May.
The Recall is June 5th.
Well, what does everyone think? Has Rick got a chance in WI or not?
There are Republicans in Washington, D.C.? Since when? What’s his/her name?
The closest race in Maryland seems to be between Gingrich and Paul to determine who’ll finish 4th....... That may change as more results are reported.
Click the link and scroll over the map for county results.
Why do we give them 19 delegates? I mean, I can understand throwing them a bone and giving them 6, but 19 is just plain ridiculous when the GOP candidate can’t break 20% in an awesome year. They make Hawaii look competitive.
The republican party is half past dead and if we don’t get a blood transfusion ASAP, it’s over. romney will never beat oscumma in a million years. This is sickening.
Nope. It’s over.
44% Romney, 37% Santorum is my best guess.
Romney is projected to have 1,270 delegates based on the remaining contests. With over a 100+ probably delegate cushion, a brokered convention is all but out of the question.
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No chance. Santorum guys got too cocky.
The recall Primary is in May and the Recall is June 5.
I won’t be able to check in much tonight, but wanted to say that, win or lose, I’m proud of Rick and it has been a distinct privilege to support him.
When he made noises in the summer of 2010 that he might run, I publicly declared my support for him. When he officially announced in the summer of 2011, I started donating to him. As soon as a bumper sticker was available on eBay (late summer 2011) I put it on my car.
I decided not to hold my nose this election cycle. Win or lose, I believe that my donations to Rick have been well worth it to get his message out if only for a little while longer.
As a social conservative, I won’t vote for Obama or Romney in November. If Rick (or Newt) doesn’t win the nomination, I will be looking at third party this year, and Santorum 2016 (or Pence 2016; or whatever good conservative runs 2016).
Thank you, Rick, for fighting in the arena, and being a voice for millions of us in the Heartland.
The only chance Santorum has, is if the Democrats show up in large enough numbers to Prank the vote, like they did in Michigan, Alabama and Mississippi.
But in Maryland today, the big endorsements from Ryan, and company had a major impact. Almost 65% of the exit polls of the voters who remained undecided until the 3 days prior to the election, said they voted Romney because of those endorsements.
Romney also bead Santorum among Evangelicals, and tied 40/40 among those who called them selves extremely Conservative.
It appears like the electorate is starting to take a stand and make a solid choice to defeat Obama. They almost unanimously said that it is now more important to get behind a candidate soon, and to not delay or hinder the nomination. It is far more important to vote Obama out of office. ABO!, is the new battle cry.
CNN has called Maryland for Romney
53% to 27%- Romney/Santorum with 9% reporting.
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