Sunday, February 5, 2012

NV Caucus Results 2012

  • No surprise: Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is the overwhelming victor in Nevada Results are still (slowly) coming in; you can follow them here. While most caucuses were finished this afternoon, start times are staggered.
  • (Washington Post)
  • No surprises here: Mitt Romney has won the Nevada caucuses in his second consecutive victory of the 2012 Republican presidential-nomination But, on a larger scale, the results change the dynamics of the race very little.
  • (International Business Times)
  • Going into the 2012 Nevada caucus, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is favored to come out on top of the results. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul and former U.S.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Nevada Republicans will only four states have voted so far -- of the 2012 presidential campaign. At stake are 28 delegates and, as always, the elusive momentum card.
  • (International Business Times)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Humboldt was designated as a County in 1856 by Utah Territorial Legislature and again in 1861 by the new Nevada Legislature.
  • (Worldnews.com)
  • RightPundits invites you to participate in the 2012 Nevada Caucus with exit polls (actually "entrance" polls), Nevada caucus results, and live feeds during our live blog.
  • (RIGHTPUNDITS.COM)
  • 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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