Election 2012 – Live Election Results for Texas – Politisite.com

Election 2012 – Live Election Results for Texas – Politisite.com

Office of the Secretary of State

2012 Republican Party Primary Election

Election Night Returns

Unofficial Elections Results As Of: 5/29/2012 9:22:47 PM

 

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NAME
DELEGATES
EARLY VOTES
PERCENT
TOTAL VOTES
PERCENT
President
Michele Bachmann 0 7,466 1.14% 6,611 0.84%
John Davis 0 2,041 0.31% 2,492 0.31%
Newt Gingrich 0 30,402 4.66% 37,231 4.73%
Jon Huntsman 0 3,860 0.59% 4,519 0.57%
Ron Paul 0 66,444 10.20% 83,161 10.57%
Charles “Buddy” Roemer 0 2,086 0.32% 2,613 0.33%
Mitt Romney 108 464,351 71.30% 556,517 70.76%
Rick Santorum 0 46,847 7.19% 58,856 7.48%
Uncommitted 0 27,700 4.25% 34,379 4.37%
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Race Total 651,197 786,379
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 314
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 473
Precincts Reported 1,977 of 8,779 Precincts
Statewide Turnout 6.01% 13,065,425 Registered Voters

 

 

via 2012 Republican Party Primary Election – RESULTS.

Republican Results

County Results »

194 of 8,779 Precincts Reporting | ★ = Projected Winner | Delegates = Estimated Delegate Count

Candidates Vote % Votes Delegates
Mitt
Romney
71% 393,627 0 ★
Ron
Paul
10% 55,585 0
Rick
Santorum
7% 40,229 0
Newt
Gingrich
5% 25,420 0

State Election Results

Read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/primary-election-results-2012/state.shtml?state=TX&tag=featuredRaceWrap;featuredRace#ixzz1wJMevNWu

via Election 2012 – Live Election Results for Texas – CBS News.

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