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March 14, 2012

Delegate counts: Why Mitt’s primary night wasn’t a total wash

  • yeah … Mitt Romney had a rough night last night, losing two major Deep South states — and worse, getting in third place for each. The losses gave Rick Santorum some major momentum for the weeks ahead. (Especially if Newt drops out.)
  • … but Romney won caucuses in Hawaii and America Samoa. And because Alabama and Mississippi award delegates proportionally, the result is that Romney was the winner last night by net delegate gain. He increased his lead by six. source
10:20 // 2 years ago
March 13, 2012
Newt goes after Romney in concession speech: “If you’re the ‘frontrunner,’ and you keep coming in third, you’re not much of a frontrunner.”

Newt goes after Romney in concession speech: “If you’re the ‘frontrunner,’ and you keep coming in third, you’re not much of a frontrunner.”

23:00 // 2 years ago
inothernews:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Boom.

inothernews:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Boom.

22:55 // 2 years ago
Santorum wins Mississippi: And Romney totally blows it … with a third-place finish. Someone had a rough night, and it’s the one whose reputation Dan Savage didn’t ruin for five years.

Santorum wins Mississippi: And Romney totally blows it … with a third-place finish. Someone had a rough night, and it’s the one whose reputation Dan Savage didn’t ruin for five years.

22:54 // 2 years ago
We will compete everywhere … the time is now for conservatives to pull together.
Rick Santorum • Emphasizing he’s going to seize upon his momentum after winning Alabama. He’s also looking like he could win Mississippi. Mitt Romney had a rough night tonight.
22:45 // 2 years ago
22:40 // 2 years ago

How did the also-rans do in Mississippi?

  • 1,016 Republicans in Mississippi voted for Rick Perry tonight.
  • 729 voted for Michele Bachmann instead.
  • 296 voted for Gary Johnson. He was once Governor of New Mexico. source

» Reminder: None of these candidates are running for the Republican nomination anymore.

22:33 // 2 years ago

Alabama and Mississippi leaning toward Santorum, but both too close to call

  • alabamaWith 38% of precincts reporting, Santorum is leading everyone by 4.7%. Behind him is Gingrich, who’s about 2 points ahead of Romney.
  • mississippiIt’s still way too close to call. More precincts are reporting—63%—and Santorum is in the lead, but only by about 1%. Gingrich is right behind, followed by Romney. source
22:13 // 2 years ago
Hearing good things about Politico’s live coverage tonight, which is available for free streaming. We’re switching channels for now.

Hearing good things about Politico’s live coverage tonight, which is available for free streaming. We’re switching channels for now.

22:02 // 2 years ago
Mississippi would do that, but Haley Barbour pardoned all of them.
Ace reblog of the night.

(Source: shortformblog)

20:28 // 2 years ago