Final Ohio Primary Results & Delegate Count: Clinton & McCain Won

These are with 100% of the precincts reporting.  They just came in 10 minutes ago:

The Democrats: 

  1. Clinton 1,212,077 54.29% 71 delegates
  2. Obama 982,172 43.99% 59 delegates
  3. Edwards 38,293 1.72%

The Republicans:

  1. McCain 634,629 59.92% 79 delegates
  2. Huckabee 323,944 30.59%
  3. Paul 49,006 4.63%
  4. Romney 35,192 3.32%
  5. Thompson 16,366 1.55%

Done Reporting,

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5 Responses to “Final Ohio Primary Results & Delegate Count: Clinton & McCain Won”

  1. charlie Says:

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  2. lokywoky Says:

    Do you know if there is any analysis of the crossover vote? I heard that over 10,000 Repubs had re-registered at the polls to vote against Kucinich and to vote in the Democratic primary – probably for Hillary Clinton.

    I’d be interested in the total number of Repubs vs Dems that are registered, traditional turnout percentages for both parties compared to what happened this time, and if you think there is any way to extrapolate the Cleveland/Kucinich district numbers to the whole state to see if the final outcome would be different without all these “dems for a day”?

  3. inkslwc Says:

    All that stuff takes a little more time to come in. I don’t know if he has it up, but Dave Leip’s U.S. Election Atlas (www.uselectionatlas.org) is a GREAT resource for data like that.

  4. lokywoky Says:

    Thanks! Lots of stuff on there – didn’t exactly see what I wanted but it’s hard to compare since the turnout this time is so huge compared to previous. 2004 was just a little over 1 million dems. This time it was about 2.24 million. Whew!

    Anyway – Thanks for the link.

  5. jim jones Says:

    I first heard about Clintons attempt at changing the delegate math at http://www.whitewidowreport.com Senator Clinton is a Great politician and I applaud her for her efforts. But attempting to push the argument that the delegate math has changed prior to the rules committee convening on May 31st is a bit of a stretch. Even with Michigan and Florida seated she still loses. Its time to let it go…

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