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Wednesday, January 9, 2008
posted by Timotheus | 12:58 PM | permalink
With three states down, here are the numbers:

1. Romney: 105,955
2. McCain: 104,006
3. Huckabee: 67,601
4. Giuliani: 24,484
5. Thompson: 19,088

The New Hampshire numbers and the Iowa numbers are taken from the ABC News reports of results. I added in the Wyoming numbers by calculating the percentage from ABC using the Reuters estimate of 1,200 participants.

More people have voted or caucused for Mitt Romney than any other Republican candidate at this point. Clearly, Romney has the broadest appeal across the states. While McCain may pick off Michigan, and Huckabee or someone else may pick off South Carolina, Romney is proving he has what it takes to compete until Super Tuesday!
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5 Comments:


Thanks for the numbers, I was wondering where the popular vote stood.

I see this as a tortoise and hare kind of race at this point. The other GOP candidates are having short bursts of speed and popularity, winning one state and then taking 3rd or 4th in the next. As long as Romney continues his steady & sure pace, taking lots of 2nds with several firsts thrown in, I have reason to be optimistic.



Thanks so much for this post. You know, I am sick and tired of the MSM trying to discredit Mitt simply because he hasn't won IA or NH (and forget the fact that he won WY.) Clearly, he is the candidate in the lead as far as delegates goes, and there is no real threat from any one candidate. Huckleberry wins in IA, and McCain barely registers. The reverse is true in NH, although Hucky did come in third. As far as I am concerned this race is still wide open - too bad the MSM won't report that. Keep up the good work!



It is encouraging to see that the masses are lining up behind Mitt Romney, but Mitt at #1 in the popular vote doesn't close the deal for me.

Al Gore also won the popular vote during the national elections.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 9, 2008 at 2:21 PM  


Al Gore? ROTFL! I hate to point out the obvious, but Mitt Romney has a healthy lead in the delegate count to date, and that is the most important part of the equation.



I don't care much for the popular vote either (and I don't think Wyoming is that important), but I predict that Mitt will take 1st in Michigan, get a boost, and then take 2nd in SC. I think he will get 1st in Nevada either way. He's our man and it will become clear that voters will settle with a Guliani or a Thompson, but not liberals like McCain or Huck-a-stupidloserthatdoesn'tknowanything (sorry, I obviosly loathe this idiot)
I appreciate the fact that McCain works across the aisle, but he sure has worked across the aisle at the WORST times...and Huck-a-hillbilly is just absolutely worthless.

By Anonymous I heart Huck-a-bonehead, at January 14, 2008 at 6:49 PM  



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