Sunday, February 5, 2012

Mitt romney nevada caucus results

  • LAS VEGAS -- Mitt Romney continued his long slog toward the Republican nomination Saturday, claiming victory in the Nevada caucuses by a decisive margin.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • LAS VEGAS Mitt Romney times at 125 caucus sites and a staggered release of vote totals. In addition, a special after-dark caucus was held for those observing the Sabbath, which further delayed announcement of the final results.
  • (Tri-City Herald)
  • LAS VEGAS (USA TODAY) — Mitt Romney, solidly back in the to help keep their chances alive. Partial results released by the Nevada Republican Party, had Romney with a strong lead and Gingrich in second place.
  • (Des Moines Register)
  • LAS VEGAS — Republican presidential front-runner Mitt count, Romney began the day with 87 of the 1,144 delegates needed to win the Republican nomination. Gingrich had 26, Santorum 14 and Paul 4.
  • (News-Leader.com)
  • Mitt Romney is set to claim his most decisive former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. The results of the survey, conducted among 937 likely Republican Nevada caucus voters, showed Romney taking 50 percent to Gingrichs 25 percent.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Mitt Romney Nevada never seemed in doubt, which took much of the edge off the brief campaign. So, too, did the time difference.
  • (FOX43.com)
  • (CNN) - Mitt Romney won the New CNN Exclusive Nevada Vote Total: Romney 2715, Gingrich 1305, Paul 1034, Santorum 584. #CNNElections 8:02 p.m.
  • (CNN)
  • Mitt Romney won big in the Nevada caucauses yesterday Far from competing with Mr. Romney here in Nevada on Saturday, results showed that Mr. Gingrich was vying to place a distant second to Mr. Romney against Representative Ron Paul of Texas.
  • (The Moderate Voice)
  • LAS VEGAS — Mitt Romney, solidly back in the front to help keep their chances alive. Partial results released by the Nevada Republican Party had Romney with a strong lead and Gingrich in second place.
  • (Livingston Daily.com)
  • LAS VEGAS, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Republican front-runner Mitt Romney surged on Friday toward an apparent easy win in Nevada caucus voters on Wednesday and Thursday. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.2 percentage points.
  • (Calgary Herald)

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