OK, the final results are in from the Florida Department of State, and here are the totals for the Republicans:
|Date||State||Candidate||Votes||%||Delegates||RNC Delegates||Total Delegates||Delegate Count|
And here’s a chart of the current delegate count (I’m assuming that Giuliani’s 2 will go to McCain, but until that becomes semi-official, I just won’t count them. Here’s what’s changed: I took away Thompson’s 3 delegates from Iowa and Wyoming, and Hunter’s 1 from Wyoming. Thompson lost 2 from Nevada and Giuliani lost 1 in Nevada and Maine, while Romney and McCain gained 1 in Kansas. McCain also gained 1 in Idaho.
And here’s the Democratic Primary results:
|Date||State||Candidate||Votes||%||Delegates||Superdelegates||Total Delegates||Delegate Count|
And here are the changes made to the delegate counts (I’ll take Edwards’s delegates away after his delegates either repledge themselves or unpledge themselves – kinda waiting on a possible endorsement): Obama gained 2 in California and 1 in Massachusetts, while Clinton gained 1 in New Mexico and 1 in the Virgin Islands. Obama gained 1 in Maryland and Rhode Island, while Edwards gained 1 in Texas. Obama gained a final pledge from Vermont.
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