Sunday, February 5, 2012

Mitt romney nevada caucus results

  • Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney the AP 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.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • No surprise: Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is the overwhelming victor in Nevada's caucuses, supported by a politically-active Mormon base but dominating across demographic groups.
  • (Washington 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)
  • Mitt Romney romped Mormons made up 26 percent of caucus participants Saturday, about the same as their share in Nevada in 2008 and far more than in previous contests this year.
  • (ABC News)
  • 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.
  • (Daily Freeman)
  • LAS VEGAS — Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney jumped to a strong lead in the Nevada caucuses Saturday night, reaching for a second straight campaign victory over a field of rivals suddenly struggling to keep pace.
  • (Daily Camera)
  • 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.
  • (Shreveport Times)
  • 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.
  • (Anderson Independent-Mail)
  • were-not-going-to-let-the-establishment-shove-Mitt-Romney-down-our-throats crowd, UNLVs Damore said. That doesnt mean Gingrich will drop out of the race -- but it does mean he will probably be unsuccessful.
  • (International Business Times)

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