Sunday, February 5, 2012

Missouri primary 2012

  • Rick Santorum came in last in the Nevada caucuses on Tuesday evening. He brushed off the loss in an interview with Fox News, saying that his campaign didnt focus on and actively campaign in the state.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Party caucuses that award delegates on a winner-take-all basis in Missouri will be in March, but Tuesdays Republican primary remained on the calendar even though its a no-delegate event.
  • (United Press International)
  • Indigenous peoples inhabited Missouri for thousands of years before European exploration and settlement. Archaeological excavations along the rivers have shown continuous habitation for more than 7,000 years.
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  • Four years ago, when Missouris primary fell on Super Tuesday, 1.4 million people voted as each party saw a contested nomination race. I dont think thats going to happen this year, Carnahan, a Democrat, predicted.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • The Missouri Tigers pulled in several strong talents yesterday, the primary one receiving the attention being the best wide receiver talent to come along in a while in Dorial Green-Beckham.
  • (SB Nation)
  • Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum trails in the polls heading into Floridas primary election and is turning his attention to upcoming contests in other states.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • For more 2012 campaign news, see ELECT 7 are followed by primaries in Arizona and Michigan on Feb. 28. A non-binding primary will be held Feb. 7 in Missouri, although delegate allocation will be based on the state's caucuses in March.
  • (Businessweek)
  • "My constituency in Missouri is the pro-life Catholics and Catholic Evangelicals On Jan. 12, Wolfe received 246 of nearly 60,000 votes in the Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire. Wolfe thinks the U.S.
  • (Columbia Missourian)
  • The Columbia Missourian has this story about the Libertarian presidential primary in Missouri, which is being held on February 7.
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  • Republican caucuses have now begun across much of Nevada, the fifth -- and thus far least contentious -- contest for GOP delegates in the 2012 campaign Minnesota and Missouri, even though none will immediately determine delegates.
  • (South Bend Tribune)

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