Republican Party presidential primaries, 2012 (STATUS)

2008 ? January 3, 2012, to present ? 2016

Mitt Romney.jpg Newt Gingrich by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg
Candidate Mitt Romney Newt Gingrich
Party Republican Republican
Home state Massachusetts Georgia
Delegate count 104*[1] 34*[1]
States carried 3 1
Popular vote 1,086,093 822,829
Percentage 40.6% 30.8%

Ron Paul, official Congressional photo portrait, 2007.jpg Rick Santorum by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Candidate Ron Paul Rick Santorum
Party Republican Republican
Home state Texas Pennsylvania
Delegate count 20*[1] 48*[1]
States carried 0 4
Popular vote 284,187 381,381
Percentage 10.6% 14.3%

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Results of the 2012 Republican Party primaries and caucuses Orange denotes a state won by Mitt Romney. Purple denotes a state won by Newt Gingrich. Green denotes a state won by Rick Santorum. Grey denotes a state that has not yet started/completed voting. Note that not all states are “winner-take-all”.
*Delegate counts are pledged delegates or those who have committed to support a candidate. This necessarily omits delegates who are not yet supporting a candidate.
Date Location Type Unbound delegates Bound delegates Delegate allocation 1st 2nd 3rd
02012-01-03Jan. 3 Iowa Caucus 28 0 Convention Rick Santorum Mitt Romney Ron Paul
02012-01-10Jan. 10 New Hampshire# Primary (semi-closed) 0 12 Proportional Mitt Romney Ron Paul Jon Huntsman
02012-01-21Jan. 21 South Carolina# Primary (open) 0 25 Winner-take-all (AL) Winner-take-all (CD) Newt Gingrich Mitt Romney Rick Santorum
02012-01-31Jan. 31 Florida# Primary (closed) 0 50 Winner-take-all Mitt Romney Newt Gingrich Rick Santorum
02012-02-04Feb. 4 Nevada Caucus 0 28 Proportional Mitt Romney Newt Gingrich Ron Paul
02012-02-07Feb. 7 Colorado Caucus 36 0 Convention Rick Santorum Mitt Romney Newt Gingrich
Minnesota Caucus 40 0 N/Aa Rick Santorum Ron Paul Mitt Romney
Missouri Primary (nonbinding)b 0 0 N/A Rick Santorum Mitt Romney Ron Paul
02012-02-11Feb. 11 Maine Caucus 24 0 Convention
02012-02-28Feb. 28 Arizona# Primary (closed) 0 29 Winner-take-all
Michigan# Primary (closed)c 0 30 Proportional (AL) Winner-take-all (CD)
02012-03-03Mar. 3 Washington Caucus 3 40 Conventiond
02012-03-06Mar. 6 Alaska Caucus 3 24 Proportional
Georgia Primary (open) 0 76 Proportional
Idaho Caucus 0 32 Proportional
Massachusetts Primary (semi-closed) 3 38 Proportional
North Dakota Caucus 28 0 N/A
Ohio Primary (semi-closed) 3 63 Proportional (AL)e Winner-take-all (CD)
Oklahoma Primary (closed) 3 40 Proportionale
Tennessee Primary (open) 3 55 Proportionalf
Vermont Primary (open) 0 17 Proportional (AL)e Winner-take-all (CD)
Virginia Primary (open) 3 46 Proportional (AL)e Winner-take-all (CD)
02012-03-07Mar. 7Mar. 6–10 Wyoming Caucus 29 0 N/A
02012-03-10Mar. 10 Kansas Caucus 0 40 Proportional (AL) Winner-take-all (CD)
U.S. Virgin Islands Caucus 9 0 N/Ag
Guam Caucus 9 0 N/Ag
02012-03-13Mar. 13 Alabama Primary (open) 3 47 Proportionale
American Samoa Caucus 9 0 N/Aa
Hawaii Caucus 3 17 Proportional
Mississippi Primary (open) 3 37 Proportional
02012-03-17Mar. 17 Missouri Caucus 0 52 Conventiond
02012-03-18Mar. 18 Puerto Rico Primary (open) 3 20 Winner-take-all
02012-03-20Mar. 20 Illinois Primary (open) 69 0 N/A
02012-03-24Mar. 24 Louisiana Primary (closed) 21 25 Proportional (AL) Unbound (CD)
02012-04-03Apr. 3 Maryland Primary (closed) 0 37 Winner-take-all
Texas Primary (open) 0 155 Proportional
Washington, D.C. Primary (closed) 3 16 Winner-take-all
Wisconsin Primary (open) 3 39 Winner-take-all
02012-04-24Apr. 24 Connecticut Primary (closed) 3 25 Proportional (AL)e Winner-take-all (CD)
Delaware Primary (closed) 0 17 Winner-take-all
New York Primary (closed) 3 92 Proportionale
Pennsylvania Primary (closed) 72 0 N/A
Rhode Island Primary (semi-closed) 3 16 Proportional
02012-05-08May 8 Indiana Primary (open) 19 27 Winner-take-all (CD) Unbound (AL)
North Carolina Primary (semi-closed) 0 55 Proportional
West Virginia Primary (semi-closed) 3 28 Proportional
02012-05-15May 15 Nebraska Primary (nonbinding)b 3 32 Conventiond
Oregon Primary (closed) 3 25 Proportional
02012-05-22May 22 Arkansas Primary (open) 3 33 Proportionale
Kentucky Primary (closed) 3 42 Proportional
02012-06-05Jun. 5 California Primary (closed) 3 169 Winner-take-all
Montana Primary (nonbinding)b 26 0 N/A
New Jersey Primary (semi-closed) 0 50 Winner-take-all
New Mexico Primary (closed) 3 20 Proportional
South Dakota Primary (closed) 3 25 Proportional
02012-06-26Jun. 26 Utah Primary (semi-closed) 0 40 Winner-take-all
02012-07-31Jul. 31 Northern Mariana Is. Caucus 9 0 N/A

 

 

Candidates Mitt Romney.jpgMitt Romney Newt Gingrich by Gage Skidmore 6.jpgNewt Gingrich Rick Santorum by Gage Skidmore 2.jpgRick Santorum Ron Paul, official Congressional photo portrait, 2007.jpgRon Paul Jon Huntsman by Gage Skidmore.jpg

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Jon Huntsman

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Rick Perry

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Michele Bachmann

Home state Massachusetts Georgia Pennsylvania Texas Utah Texas Minnesota
Secured delegates[64] 90 31 4 8 2 0 0
Total votes[65] 833,087 (27.8%) 323,209 (10.8%) 1,174,794 (39.2%) 547,497 (18.3%) 26,143 (0.9%) 51,166 (1.7%) 12,571 (0.4%)
States – 1st place New Hampshire Florida Nevada South Carolina Iowa Colorado Minnesota Missouri (primary)
States – 2nd place South Carolina Iowa Missouri (primary) Colorado Florida Nevada New Hampshire Minnesota
States – 3rd place Minnesota Colorado South Carolina Florida Iowa Nevada Missouri (primary) New Hampshire
Suspension date January 16, 2012 January 19, 2012 January 4, 2012

 

Republican primaries and caucuses calendar 2012

January 2012 (4)
February 2012 (7)
March 2012 (23)
April 2012 (9)
May 2012 (7)
June 2012 (6)

 

references:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_Party_presidential_primaries,_2012

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