Sunday, March 04, 2012

Romney's Triple Play and Useless Win

Romney is running ahead in the past few states.  .

On February 28, there were two contests, Arizona and Michigan. Let's see how that turned out:

Orange = Romney
Mitt Romney 216,805 47.27%

Rick Santorum 122,088 26.62%

Newt Gingrich 74,110 16.16%

Ron Paul 38,753 8.45%

Orange = Romney/ Green = Santorum
Romney's dad, George Romney, governed Michigan during the 60's, so Romney was coming home to this Industrial state.

Had Romney NOT won Michigan, his Establishment credentials would have been questioned.

Mitt Romney 409,120 41.07%

Rick Santorum 377,144 37.86%

Ron Paul 115,778 11.62%

Newt Gingrich 65,002 6.53%

(All delegate counts start after Super Tuesday)

Next up, the Wyoming Caucuses.

Green = Santorum/Orange = Romney/ Yellow = Paul
Mitt Romney 822 38.99%
Rick Santorum 673 31.93%
Ron Paul 439 20.83%
Newt Gingrich 165 7.83%

The Delegates are non-binding.  As I said, delegate count AFTER Super Tuesday.

In this Western State, Santorum and Paul put up a fight against Romney.  However, this was a nine day caucus. To be continued....

And last night, the Washington (state) caucuses (also, non-binding):

Orange = Romney/ Green = Santorum/ Yellow = Paul

Mitt Romney 19,111 37.65%

Ron Paul 12,594 24.81%

Rick Santorum 12,089 23.81%

Newt Gingrich 5,221 10.28%

Is it over? Have the Establishmenterians won?

On Tuesday night (where I will be busy in the San Fernando valley), we will find out. 

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