Final Results from Nevada and South Carolina

Here’s the results of the Republican side from yesterday, first the results from the Nevada caucus  (where the “Votes” category refers to state delegates) and then the South Carolina primary:

Date State Candidate Votes % Delegates RNC Delegates Total Delegates Delegate Count
19-Jan Nevada Huckabee 3,616 8.16% 2 0 2 31
State Delegates Romney 22,649 51.10% 18 0 18 68
  Thompson 3,521 7.94% 2 0 2 8
  McCain 5,651 12.75% 4 0 4 40
  Paul 6,087 13.73% 4 0 4 6
  Giuliani 1,910 4.31% 1 0 1 2
  Hunter 890 2.01% 0 0 0 1
   
  South Carolina Huckabee 128,908 29.91% 5 0 5
  Romney 64,970 15.08% 0 0 0
  Thompson 67,897 15.76% 0 0 0
  McCain 143,224 33.24% 19 0 19
  Paul 15,773 3.66% 0 0 0
  Giuliani 9,112 2.11% 0 0 0
    Hunter 1,035 0.24% 0 0 0

And here’s the chart for the current delegate count (just a note, my delegate count differs from CNN’s which many people use because they calculated Michigan’s incorrectly):

Republican Delegate Count as of 1-20-08

And here’s the results from Nevada for the Democrats (again the “Votes” are state delegates):

Date State Candidate Votes % Delegates Superdelegates Total Delegates Delegate Count
19-Jan Nevada Obama 4,773 45.19% 13 1 14 123
State Delegates Edwards 396 3.75% 0 0 0 52
  Clinton 5,355 50.71% 12 2 14 210
  Richardson 0 0.00% 0 0 0 1
  Dodd 0 0.00% 0 0 0 0
  Biden 0 0.00% 0 0 0 0
  Uncommitted 31 0.29% 0 0 0 0
  Kucinich 5 0.05% 0 0 0 1
  Other 1 0.01% 0 0 0  
    Gravel 0 0.00% 0 0 0 0

OK, some changes occurred since Richardson dropped out (Obama gained most, if not all of his delegates – I can’t tell for all of the states – such as California – but he at least got a 15 of Richardsons 19):

Clinton gained a Superdelegate from Iowa and Nevada while Obama gained 1 in Nevada as well.  Obama received a delegate from Alabama while Clinton gained a pledge from American Samoa.  Obama inherited Richardson’s Arizona delegate.  In California, Richardson’s 3 delegates became unpledged while Obama gained 6 and Clinton gained 4.  Obama received Richardson’s Colorado delegate.  In Connecticut, Obama and Clinton gained a delegate while Clinton gained 2 delegates in Delaware.  Obama received another delegate from Georgia, 5 from Illinois, 1 from Massachusetts, 2 in Minnesota, and 3 in Missouri where Richardson lost his delegate.  Clinton gained a delegate from New Jersey and Richardson’s 7 delegates from New Mexico and 1 from Oklahoma became unpledged.  Obama received a delegate from Tennessee and Clinton 1 from Louisiana.  Obama received another delegate from Nebraska, Maryland, and Virginia, while Clinton gained one in Maryland as well.  One of Richardson’s 4 delegates went to Texas while the other 3 became unpledged.  Obama received a delegate from Vermont and inherited Richardson’s one delegate from Pennsylvania.  North Carolina gave a delegate to Obama and Clinton.  And finally, Obama received one last pledge from South Dakota.

So, here’s the Democratic Delegate Count:

Democratic Delegate Count as of  1-20-08

I’ll give some updates on what else is going on in the near future for the elections – but right now I have to do another post on Ron Paul’s new fundraiser.  But I will do an analysis on Duncan Hunter’s drop out.  I think that he’ll probably endorse McCain if anybody.  He seems the closest to him.  Although it won’t do much, it could help Romney out if he can stay competetive through California and perhaps give him the needed 2-3% that will push him into winning.  Who knows – I’ll keep you updated.

Done Reporting,

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2 Responses to “Final Results from Nevada and South Carolina”

  1. augmentedfourth Says:

    Do you have a graph of the Republican delegte count?

    Thanks for putting all this great info in one place!

  2. inkslwc Says:

    Wow – I just realized I’m missing half of the post, and that the parts that I do have are mismatched. Thanks for pointing that out!

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