Republican Results for the Kansas, Louisiana, and Washington Elections

Here are the results for the February 9th, Republican caucus in Kansas (measured in state delegates), the Louisiana primary (which is purely advisory and does NOT impact the delegates), and the Washington caucus (measred in state delegates, but we won’t know a delegate count until later).  Tom Tancredo is included in “Others” and the number in parenthesis indicates the number of other candidates (Note – I forgot to gray Romney out indicating he had dropped out, but it’s too hard to go back and fix it now):

Date State Candidate Votes % Delegates RNC Delegates Total Delegates Delegate Count
9-Feb Kansas Huckabee 11,627 59.58% 36 0 36 219
  Romney 653 3.35% 0 0 0 293
  Thompson 61 0.31% 0 0 0 0
  McCain 4,587 23.50% 0 2 2 697
  Paul 2,182 11.18% 0 0 0 16
  Giuliani 34 0.17% 0 0 0 0
  Hunter 0.00% 0 0 0 0
  Keyes 288 1.48% 0 0 0 0
  Uncommitted 84 0.43% 0 1 1 1
   
  Louisiana Huckabee 69,594 43.18% 0
  Romney 10,222 6.34% 0
  Thompson 1,603 0.99% 0
  McCain 67,551 41.91% 0
  Paul 8,590 5.33% 0
  Giuliani 1,593 0.99% 0
  Hunter 368 0.23% 0
  Keyes 837 0.52% 0
  Others (3) 811 0.50% 0
   
Washington Huckabee 23.20% 0
**99.99% of precincts** Romney 15.50% 0
  Thompson 0
  McCain 25.30% 0
  Paul 21.50% 0
  Giuliani 0
  Other 1.10% 0
  Uncommitted 13.50% 0
    Hunter         0

And here’s a chart of the delegate count after those elections:

Republican Delegate Count after 2-9-08

Done Reporting,

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