Sunday, February 5, 2012

NV Caucus Results 2012

  • Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was projected the winner of the 2012 Nevada caucus by CNN. The win comes as the second in a row for Romney, who placed first in Floridas primary election last Tuesday. HuffPosts Ryan Grim reports: Romney..
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Take the Republican caucuses in Nevada this weekend. Most of the community meetings at more than 100 sites were held in the morning or early afternoon and had their tallies in by evening.
  • (NPR News)
  • Las Vegas is home to casinos, over-the-top entertainment and lots of outrageous bets. But it's probably no gamble to say that Mitt Romney is favored in Saturday's Nevada caucuses after his crushing Florida victory last weekend.
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  • LAS VEGAS Mitt Romney romped to a commanding victory Saturday in Nevada s Republican a special after-dark caucus was held for those observing the Sabbath, which further delayed announcement of the final results.
  • (Tri-City Herald)
  • If you've come looking for results from the Nevada caucuses the staggered start times of each individual caucus site. Unlike Iowa, where most of the meetings began around 7 p.m.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • I got kicked out of a Nevada caucus. Having been assigned to report on a random Also, sympathetic voters had slipped me what they said were the precinct results: Mitt Romney, 60; Newt Gingrich, 42; Ron Paul, 8; Rick Santorum, 8.
  • (Fresno Bee)
  • The economy, unemployment and political dislike of President Barack Obama were on the minds of Nevada 7 p.m. caucus was to be held to accommodate religious voters in Clark County who celebrate the Saturday Sabbath.
  • (Las Vegas Sun)
  • the GOP hopeful was in Nevada and arguing the Sunshine States results show nothing more than the fact that candidates with the most money do well in the states that are most expensive.
  • (MSNBC Firstread)
  • CNN's aggressiveness on results won the cable network some attention on Saturday night. This report by Reuters relied on CNN numbers, as did this post by Slate's Dave Weigel. Pickup notwithstanding, CNN went all out on Nevada.
  • (Washington Post)
  • A regression analysis based on the comparison between the 2008 and 2012 results in the other of the first and only Republican caucus to date, in Iowa, but he looks likely to finish well back in Nevada.
  • (New York Times)

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