Super Tuesday Open Thread

I have even less interest in this edition of the Insane Clown Posse than most (if that were possible).  I’ll have neither the time nor inclination to join you.  If you insist on playing along with Mitt there’s a place to scribble below.

Alaska 24+3 12 am Georgia 76 7 pm
Idaho 32 10 pm Ohio 63+3 7:30 pm
Oklahoma 40+3 8 pm Massachusetts 38+3 8 pm
North Dakota 25+3 9 pm Tennessee 55+3 8 pm
Vermont 17 7 pm Virginia 46+3 7 pm

You may well ask what those fancy +3s are.  Those are delegates chosen outside the normal selection process and will not be decided tonight.

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    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 06:09

    As expected, Newt won his home state with a comfortable 47% of the vote. Romney trailed with just 26%, Santorum with 20% and Paul with 6%.  

    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 06:25

    In Virginia, only Romney and Paul were on the ballot. Romney was with 60% with 100% of the votes counted.

    In Vermont, Romney led with 40%, Paul with 25%, Santorum with 23% and Gingrich with 8%.

    In Massachusetts, Romney’s, adopted home state. he won with 72% followed by Santorum (12%), Paul (10%) and Gingrich (5%).

    In Idaho, Romney won with 69%, Paul (17%), Santorum (12%) and Gingrich (3%).

    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 06:35

    In Tennessee, Santorum wins with 37% followed by Romney (28%), Gingrich (24%) and Paul (10%).

    In Oklahoma, Santorum with 34%, Romney (28%), Gingrich (27%) and Paul (10%).

    In North Dakota, Santorum has 40& of the vote, Paul (28%), Romney (24%) and Gingrich (8%).

    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 06:47

    In a very tight race, Romney has 38% of the vote to Santorum with 37%. Trailing way behind are Gingrich (15%) and Paul (9%).

    In Wyoming, Romney appears to lead but only 26% of the voted there have been counted.

    Alaska is a caucus state and has not posted any results as of this hour. Paul was expected to do well there and possibly win.

    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 06:59

    From CNN:

    Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio lost his bid for re-election in the state’s Democratic primary Tuesday night to fellow longtime House Democrat Marcy Kaptur, CNN projects.

    The two veteran lawmakers were drawn into the same district this cycle after a heated redistricting battle that followed the loss of two congressional seats in the state.

    Kaptur, now in her 15th term, is the longest-serving woman in the House of Representatives. Kucinich’s 10th congressional district was eliminated and merged with Kaptur’s 9th district.

    Kucinich, an eight-term congressman, had considered running in a different district but decided in September to stay put in the northern edge of the state.

    • TMC on 03/07/2012 at 13:35

    In Alaska, Romney wins the caucus with 39% over Santorum (29%) with Paul (24%) coming a disappointing 3rd and Gingrich (14%).

    Wyoming has yet to be declared.

     

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