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Politisite’s Continuious Coverage of the Florida Primary

Near real Time Election Results

Politisite’s Continuious Coverage of the Florida Primary

Here is what we said in our Politisite Political Projections 

John McCain: candidate is trending upward from January 7th at 19% points, High Flag since Win in South Carolina to Jan 27 of 31% We expect candidate to remain trending upward to 34% On election day with a margin of error of 3% points.
Mitt Romney: Trending upward from January 7th at 18% points. High Point January 26th at 33%. Expect to trend down 1-3% by election day to 31%
Rudy Giuliani: Trending downward from high of 20% on January 23rd. Trend will continue to 16%
Mike Huckabee: Head and Shoulders Top on Jan 23rd. Trending upward 14%
Ron Paul: Tend up to 6%
Conclusion: 

McCain 34%, Romney 31%, Giuliani 16%, Huckabee 14%, Paul 6%

 

 2305 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 94% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 94%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%
2257 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 92% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 92%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%
2233 hrs – Fox and CNN are now saying what Politisite said it was hearing.  Giuliani will quit and endorse McCain Weds 

 

2221 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 80% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 80%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%
2214 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 79% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 77%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3% 

 

WASHINGTON (AP) – John McCain’s support from Republican moderates, Hispanics and Florida’s numerous older voters helped lift him to victory in Florida’s GOP presidential primary on Tuesday. Mitt Romney relied on solid support from conservatives and people troubled by illegal immigration and abortion, but could not persuade voters he would guide the country out of its economic slump.

MIAMI (AP) – John McCain solidified his status as the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination with a Florida triumph, his candidacy coming full circle in little more than a year.

“It shows one thing. I’m the conservative leader who can unite the party,” the Arizona senator said in a brief interview with The Associated Press.

He was hesitant to give himself a label and was mindful of the challenges ahead, saying: “It’s a very significant boost, but I think we’ve got a tough week ahead and a lot of states to come.”

Still, McCain heads into next week’s 20-plus contests, including mega-delegate states California and New York, with an enormous amount of momentum after two straight wins.

It was McCain’s first-ever primary win in a state that allowed only Republicans to vote. His previous victories, in New Hampshire and South Carolina this year, and in two states in 2000 came in elections open to independents.

 2203 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 76% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 76%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%
 
2152 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 74% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  33%
Edwards 14%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 74%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 31%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%
2147 hrs – McCain give speech, “my friends”
2141 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 70% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  32%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 70%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 32%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3% 
2135 Hrs –
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 66% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  32%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 66%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 32%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%
2131 – Romney Concides race to McCain in St Pete Florida 

 2130 Hrs – DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 62% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 51%
Obama  32%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 62%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 32%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%
2127 – Giuliani, speaking in past tense, “we ran a good campaign” 
2126 –  Giuliani, you heard it here firsts drops out 
2121 hrs – Giuliani will support mcCain in concession speech
2119 hrs – CNN – McCain projected to win 
2118 hrs – MSNBC – Project win for McCain 
2111 Hrs – Fox News Alert – Projects McCain wins
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 53% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 51%
Obama  31%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 55%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 32%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%
  
2115 hrs – Talk between Giuliani and McCain camps, Giuliani may drop out and throw his support to McCain.  McCain: Who could be his running mate?  Huckabee or Giuliani? Who would you pick.
2111 Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 51% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 51%
Obama  31%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 54%- January 29, 2008
McCain 36%
Romney 32%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%
  

 

2052 Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 45% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 51%
Obama  30%
Edwards 16%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 45%- January 29, 2008
McCain 35%
Romney 32%
Giuliani 16%
Huckabee 13%
Paul 3% 
Lieberman: No VP run with McCain

By Andrew Miga, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Sen. Joe Lieberman, an independent who nearly won the vice presidency as a Democrat in 2000, says there’s no way he’ll be Republican Sen. John McCain’s running mate should McCain become the party’s presidential nominee.

“No, I’d tell him, ‘Thanks, John, I’ve been there, I’ve done that. You can find much better,”‘ Lieberman told the Associated Press during an interview Tuesday in his Senate office. “I’m not seeking anything else.”

 

 2048 Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 45% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 49%
Obama  30%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 45%- January 29, 2008
McCain 35%
Romney 32%
Giuliani16%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%

 

2045 – Clinton states to croud in Davey Florida that she will do EVERYthing in her power to get each and every floridians voice heard.  Bottom line, She is going to help them help her get the delegates 
2043Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 41% – January 29, 2008
Clinton 50%
Obama  29%
Edwards 15%
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 41%- January 29, 2008
McCain 35% 8%
Romney 32%
Giuliani 15%
Huckabee15%
Paul 3%
  
McCain Leads Romney in Tight Fla. Race

MIAMI (AP) – John McCain edged ahead of Mitt Romney in the Florida primary Tuesday night, a battle for the biggest delegate prize to date as well as precious campaign momentum heading into next week’s competition across more than 20 states.

Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee trailed, each struggling to remain relevant in a campaign about to explode into a coast-to-coast chase for delegates on Feb. 5.

The Florida winner stood to gain all 57 national convention delegates at stake. More than 1,000 will be awarded next week in primaries and caucuses.

Returns from 32 percent of the state’s precincts showed McCain with 34 percent of the vote and Romney with 33.

 

 

 2040Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 39% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 49%
Obama  29%
Edwards 15%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 39%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 32%
Giuliani16%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%

 

2037 hrs –  I Expect that hILLIARY CLINTON WILL HAVE LAWYERS IN THE CAPITAL CITY WITH VOTERS WHO SAY THEY HAD THIER CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATED DUE TO THIER VOTE NOT COUNTING.  tHEY WAY i VIEW IT THYE HAVE A POINT A PARTY CANNOT VIOLATE CIVIL RIGHTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL WHEN THE ISSUE WAS THROUGH THE STATE HOUSE AND SENATE

2033-  Most Networks calling Romney / mcCain Too close to call – 

Keep in mind that the voters in NW florida are more conservative than the rest of the state.  This may help Romney and Huckabee.  

 2030Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 35% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 49%
Obama  30%
Edwards 15%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 35%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 32%
Giuliani16%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%

2022Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 33% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 49%
Obama  30%
Edwards 15%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 33%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 33%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%

2012Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 30% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 49%
Obama  29%
Edwards 15%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 30%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 33%
Giuliani15%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%

 

2010 Hrs – Fox Has called race for Clinton
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 25% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 49%
Obama  29%
Edwards 14%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 25%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 31%
Giuliani16%
Huckabee14%
Paul 3%

2005 Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 21% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 48%
Obama  30%
Edwards 14%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 2o%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 31%
Giuliani17%
Huckabee13%
Paul 3%
 

 

2000 Hrs – All polls in Florida are NOW closed
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 16% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 52%
Obama  29%
Edwards 16%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 16%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 30%
Giuliani 18%
Huckabee 13%
Paul 3%
 

 

 1755 Hrs
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY – 13% – January 29, 2008

Clinton 52%
Obama  29%
 Edwards 16%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 11%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
 Romney 30%
 Giuliani18%
 Huckabee13%
 Paul 3%
 

 

Near real Time Election Results

1950 hrs –

Clinton 52%
Obama  29%
Edwards 16%

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – 8%- January 29, 2008
McCain 34% 8%
Romney 30%
Giuliani19%
Huckabee12%
Paul 3%

1945 Hrs
Democtrats: 8% Reporting

Clinton 52
Obama 28
Edwards 16

Republicans: 8% Reporting

Romney 32

McCain 33
Giuliani 18%
Huckabee 13
Paul 3%

1940 Hrs
Democtrats: 6% Reporting

Clinton 54
Obama 27
Edwards 16

Republicans: 4% Reporting

Romney 33

McCain 30
Giuliani 18%
Huckabee 16
Paul 3%

Near real Time Election Results
1930 Hrs
Democtrats: 1% Reporting

Clinton 53
Obama 26
Edwards 17

Republicans: 1% Reporting

McCain 30
Romney 30
Huckabee 16
Giuliani 18%
Paul 3%
 

 

Politisite’s Continuious Coverage of the Florida Primary

Near real Time Election Results
1925 Hrs
Democtrats: 0% Reporting

Clinton 58%
Obama 21%
Edwards 17%

Republicans: 0% Reporting

McCain 29%
Romney 28%
Huckabee 19%
Giuliani 18%
Paul 3%  

1900 Hrs
Democtrats: 0% Reporting
Clinton
Obama
Edwards
Republicans: 0% Reporting
McCain
Romney
Huckabee
Giuliani
Paul


 

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