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United States presidential election in Texas, 2012
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Nominee Mitt Romney Barack Obama
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Massachusetts Illinois
Running mate Paul Ryan Joe Biden
Electoral vote 38 0
Popular vote 4,569,843 3,308,124
Percentage 57.17% 41.38%

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County Results
  Obama—80-90%
  Obama—70-80%
  Obama—60-70%
  Obama—50-60%
  Obama—<50%
  Romney—50-60%
  Romney—60-70%
  Romney—70-80%
  Romney—80-90%
  Romney—>90%

President before election

Barack Obama
Democratic

Elected President

Barack Obama
Democratic

The 2012 United States presidential election in Texas took place on November 6, 2012 as part of the 2012 General Election in which all 50 states plus The District of Columbia participated. Texas voters chose 38 electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, against Republican challenger and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and his running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan.

Mitt Romney won the state of Texas with 57.17%, over Barack Obama's 41.38%, a margin of 15.78%. As in past elections, President Obama and the Democrats won in major metropolitan areas such as Austin, El Paso, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston, but Republicans were able to overwhelm the urban vote by sweeping the vast rural areas and suburbs of Texas by large margins.

General election[edit]

Candidate Ballot Access:

  • Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan, Republican
  • Barack Obama/Joseph Biden, Democratic
  • Gary Johnson/James P. Gray, Libertarian
  • Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala, Green

Write-In Candidate Access:

  • Virgil Goode/Jim Clymer, Constitution
  • Rocky Anderson/Luis J. Rodriguez, Justice
  • Andre Barnett/Ken Cross, Reform

Results[edit]

United States presidential election in Texas, 2012 [1]
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Republican Mitt Romney Paul Ryan 4,569,843 57.17% 38
Democratic Barack Obama Joe Biden 3,308,124 41.38% 0
Libertarian Gary Johnson Jim Gray 88,580 1.11% 0
Green Jill Stein Cheri Honkala 24,657 0.31% 0
Constitution (Write-in) Virgil Goode Jim Clymer 1,287 0.02% 0
Justice (Write-in) Rocky Anderson Luis J. Rodriguez 426 0.01% 0
America's Party (Write-in) Thomas Hoefling Jonathan D. Ellis 374 0.00% 0
Other Write-ins Other Write-ins 311 0.00% 0
Socialist (Write-in) Stewart Alexander Alex Mendoza 162 0.00% 0
Reform (Write-in) Andre Barnett Kenneth Cross 87 0.00% 0
Totals 7,993,851 100.00% 38
Voter turnout (registered voters) 58.37%

By county[edit]

County Romney Romney# Obama Obama# Others Others Total
Anderson 75.67% 12,235 23.48% 3,796 0.85% 137 16,168
Andrews 81.20% 3,636 17.73% 794 1.07% 48 4,478
Angelina 71.33% 20,301 27.52% 7,833 1.15% 326 28,460
Aransas 70.80% 6,829 28.02% 2,703 1.18% 114 9,646
Archer 86.45% 3,599 12.61% 525 0.94% 39 4,163
Armstrong 88.56% 828 10.48% 98 0.96% 9 935
Atascosa 58.65% 7,451 40.36% 5,128 0.99% 126 12,705
Austin 79.53% 9,260 19.34% 2,252 1.13% 132 11,644
Bailey 73.69% 1,336 25.70% 466 0.61% 11 1,813
Bandera 78.63% 7,423 19.69% 1,859 1.67% 158 9,440
Bastrop 57.32% 14,019 40.31% 9,860 2.37% 579 24,458
Baylor 81.47% 1,297 16.77% 267 1.76% 28 1,592
Bee 55.28% 4,354 43.82% 3,451 0.90% 71 7,876
Bell 57.54% 49,369 41.16% 35,315 1.30% 1,113 85,797
Bexar 47.04% 241,617 51.56% 264,856 1.40% 7,208 513,681
Blanco 73.15% 3,637 24.54% 1,220 2.31% 115 4,972
Borden 89.26% 324 8.82% 32 1.93% 7 363
Bosque 79.98% 5,873 18.60% 1,366 1.42% 104 7,343
Bowie 70.25% 24,840 28.80% 10,184 0.94% 333 35,357
Brazoria 66.42% 70,684 32.26% 34,327 1.33% 1,412 106,423
Brazos 66.50% 37,152 31.22% 17,440 2.28% 1,274 55,866
Brewster 51.09% 1,975 45.65% 1,765 3.26% 126 3,866
Briscoe 82.29% 576 16.71% 117 1.00% 7 700
Brooks 21.10% 507 78.49% 1,886 0.42% 10 2,403
Brown 85.30% 11,894 13.65% 1,904 1.05% 146 13,944
Burleson 72.35% 4,671 26.41% 1,705 1.24% 80 6,456
Burnet 76.45% 12,828 21.88% 3,672 1.66% 279 16,779
Caldwell 54.41% 6,018 43.28% 4,787 2.31% 256 11,061
Calhoun 61.42% 4,145 37.19% 2,510 1.39% 94 6,749
Callahan 84.23% 4,376 14.46% 751 1.31% 68 5,195
Cameron 33.36% 24,955 65.72% 49,159 0.92% 688 74,802
Camp 66.44% 2,878 32.96% 1,428 0.60% 26 4,332
Carson 88.22% 2,450 10.51% 292 1.26% 35 2,777
Cass 74.32% 8,747 24.82% 2,921 0.86% 101 11,769
Castro 69.37% 1,470 29.73% 630 0.90% 19 2,119
Chambers 80.02% 11,761 18.91% 2,780 1.07% 157 14,698
Cherokee 75.00% 12,291 24.01% 3,935 0.98% 161 16,387
Childress 83.42% 1,665 16.03% 320 0.55% 11 1,996
Clay 84.36% 4,266 14.63% 740 1.01% 51 5,057
Cochran 70.74% 648 27.95% 256 1.31% 12 916
Coke 86.49% 1,216 12.73% 179 0.78% 11 1,406
Coleman 86.28% 3,007 12.65% 441 1.06% 37 3,485
Collin 64.90% 195,933 33.37% 100,754 1.73% 5,231 301,918
Collingsworth 83.65% 962 15.39% 177 0.96% 11 1,150
Colorado 74.31% 6,015 25.00% 2,024 0.69% 56 8,095
Comal 76.33% 39,291 22.22% 11,437 1.45% 748 51,476
Comanche 80.41% 3,940 18.16% 890 1.43% 70 4,900
Concho 79.22% 793 19.38% 194 1.40% 14 1,001
Cooke 83.26% 11,901 15.67% 2,240 1.06% 152 14,293
Coryell 67.59% 11,193 31.04% 5,141 1.36% 226 16,560
Cottle 74.83% 553 24.36% 180 0.81% 6 739
Crane 76.77% 985 21.43% 275 1.79% 23 1,283
Crockett 65.68% 957 32.94% 480 1.37% 20 1,457
Crosby 63.35% 1,132 35.76% 639 0.90% 16 1,787
Culberson 33.56% 294 64.61% 566 1.83% 16 876
Dallam 81.36% 1,248 16.49% 253 2.15% 33 1,534
Dallas 41.66% 295,813 57.11% 405,571 1.23% 8,733 710,117
Dawson 71.18% 2,591 27.94% 1,017 0.88% 32 3,640
Deaf Smith 70.60% 3,042 28.75% 1,239 0.65% 28 4,309
Delta 75.45% 1,524 22.48% 454 2.08% 42 2,020
Denton 65.01% 156,105 33.28% 79,917 1.71% 4,103 240,125
DeWitt 77.19% 5,114 22.08% 1,463 0.72% 48 6,625
Dickens 77.82% 793 21.20% 216 0.98% 10 1,019
Dimmit 26.12% 762 73.40% 2,141 0.48% 14 2,917
Donley 83.83% 1,286 14.73% 226 1.43% 22 1,534
Duval 22.54% 979 76.70% 3,331 0.76% 33 4,343
Eastland 83.82% 5,443 14.94% 970 1.25% 81 6,494
Ector 73.84% 23,936 24.97% 8,095 1.18% 383 32,414
Edwards 72.59% 641 26.27% 232 1.13% 10 883
El Paso 33.04% 56,517 65.63% 112,273 1.33% 2,280 171,070
Ellis 73.18% 39,353 25.67% 13,803 1.15% 617 53,773
Erath 82.81% 10,325 15.76% 1,965 1.44% 179 12,469
Falls 61.76% 3,356 37.41% 2,033 0.83% 45 5,434
Fannin 75.52% 8,143 23.02% 2,482 1.46% 157 10,782
Fayette 76.84% 8,098 21.93% 2,311 1.23% 130 10,539
Fisher 67.16% 1,094 31.43% 512 1.41% 23 1,629
Floyd 73.05% 1,523 26.43% 551 0.53% 11 2,085
Foard 70.18% 346 28.40% 140 1.42% 7 493
Fort Bend 52.91% 116,028 46.08% 101,043 1.02% 2,228 219,299
Franklin 80.97% 3,446 17.62% 750 1.41% 60 4,256
Freestone 74.64% 5,644 24.44% 1,848 0.93% 70 7,562
Frio 39.29% 1,559 59.88% 2,376 0.83% 33 3,968
Gaines 85.69% 3,484 13.16% 535 1.16% 47 4,066
Galveston 62.79% 68,594 35.85% 39,162 1.37% 1,496 109,252
Garza 81.11% 1,262 17.74% 276 1.16% 18 1,556
Gillespie 82.11% 10,305 16.37% 2,055 1.52% 191 12,551
Glasscock 91.00% 526 7.61% 44 1.38% 8 578
Goliad 66.34% 2,294 32.59% 1,127 1.07% 37 3,458
Gonzales 69.64% 4,213 29.31% 1,773 1.06% 64 6,050
Gray 87.18% 6,428 12.00% 885 0.81% 60 7,373
Grayson 73.23% 30,907 25.27% 10,665 1.50% 635 42,207
Gregg 69.30% 28,665 29.82% 12,336 0.88% 365 41,366
Grimes 71.38% 6,141 27.19% 2,339 1.43% 123 8,603
Guadalupe 66.92% 32,959 31.79% 15,654 1.29% 636 49,249
Hale 73.21% 6,417 25.42% 2,228 1.37% 120 8,765
Hall 75.02% 832 23.90% 265 1.08% 12 1,109
Hamilton 82.15% 2,918 16.64% 591 1.21% 43 3,552
Hansford 91.17% 1,787 8.06% 158 0.77% 15 1,960
Hardeman 78.66% 1,176 20.20% 302 1.14% 17 1,495
Hardin 83.33% 17,744 15.77% 3,358 0.90% 191 21,293
Harris 49.31% 586,073 49.39% 587,044 1.30% 15,468 1,188,585
Harrison 66.93% 17,471 32.30% 8,431 0.77% 202 26,104
Hartley 89.29% 1,700 9.61% 183 1.10% 21 1,904
Haskell 70.78% 1,422 27.43% 551 1.79% 36 2,009
Hays 53.67% 31,577 43.26% 25,448 3.07% 1,806 58,831
Hemphill 86.02% 1,298 12.72% 192 1.26% 19 1,509
Henderson 76.86% 21,202 22.09% 6,094 1.04% 288 27,584
Hidalgo 28.63% 39,786 70.42% 97,879 0.95% 1,323 138,988
Hill 75.85% 9,128 22.81% 2,745 1.34% 161 12,034
Hockley 77.79% 5,543 20.80% 1,482 1.42% 101 7,126
Hood 81.70% 18,341 17.06% 3,829 1.25% 280 22,450
Hopkins 77.14% 9,834 21.77% 2,775 1.10% 140 12,749
Houston 71.71% 5,839 27.45% 2,235 0.84% 68 8,142
Howard 78.37% 4,032 20.25% 1,042 1.38% 71 5,145
Hudspeth 54.70% 471 44.02% 379 1.28% 11 861
Hunt 74.93% 20,976 23.78% 6,658 1.28% 359 27,993
Hutchinson 85.84% 6,797 13.16% 1,042 1.00% 79 7,918
Irion 84.77% 668 14.21% 112 1.02% 8 788
Jack 88.72% 2,580 10.42% 303 0.86% 25 2,908
Jackson 77.78% 3,903 21.28% 1,068 0.94% 47 5,018
Jasper 73.69% 9,924 25.26% 3,402 1.05% 141 13,467
Jeff Davis 60.25% 717 36.97% 440 2.77% 33 1,190
Jefferson 48.80% 43,214 50.39% 44,626 0.81% 717 88,557
Jim Hogg 21.36% 356 78.04% 1,301 0.60% 10 1,667
Jim Wells 41.16% 4,595 58.16% 6,492 0.68% 76 11,163
Johnson 77.12% 37,609 21.49% 10,481 1.39% 677 48,767
Jones 76.56% 4,258 22.02% 1,225 1.42% 79 5,562
Karnes 67.46% 2,823 31.64% 1,324 0.91% 38 4,185
Kaufman 71.68% 24,804 27.31% 9,451 1.01% 349 34,604
Kendall 81.60% 14,467 17.12% 3,035 1.29% 228 17,730
Kenedy 50.00% 83 49.40% 82 0.60% 1 166
Kent 82.67% 334 16.34% 66 0.99% 4 404
Kerr 78.96% 17,225 19.82% 4,325 1.22% 266 21,816
Kimble 88.15% 1,667 11.48% 217 0.37% 7 1,891
King 95.86% 139 3.45% 5 0.69% 1 145
Kinney 61.75% 880 36.63% 522 1.61% 23 1,425
Kleberg 45.56% 4,056 53.38% 4,752 1.06% 94 8,902
Knox 76.82% 1,160 21.99% 332 1.19% 18 1,510
Lamar 74.60% 12,814 24.29% 4,173 1.11% 190 17,177
Lamb 74.74% 3,056 24.41% 998 0.86% 35 4,089
Lampasas 78.17% 5,583 20.40% 1,457 1.43% 102 7,142
La Salle 40.64% 669 58.63% 965 0.73% 12 1,646
Lavaca 81.95% 6,788 17.23% 1,427 0.82% 68 8,283
Lee 72.46% 4,504 26.22% 1,630 1.32% 82 6,216
Leon 83.72% 5,812 15.28% 1,061 0.99% 69 6,942
Liberty 76.19% 17,304 22.88% 5,196 0.93% 211 22,711
Limestone 69.92% 5,288 29.19% 2,208 0.89% 67 7,563
Lipscomb 89.38% 1,044 10.19% 119 0.43% 5 1,168
Live Oak 76.75% 3,153 22.27% 915 0.97% 40 4,108
Llano 79.56% 7,560 19.13% 1,818 1.30% 124 9,502
Loving 84.38% 54 14.06% 9 1.56% 1 64
Lubbock 69.64% 63,133 28.78% 26,088 1.58% 1,431 90,652
Lynn 74.27% 1,377 25.03% 464 0.70% 13 1,854
Madison 75.23% 3,028 23.95% 964 0.82% 33 4,025
Marion 63.92% 2,730 34.82% 1,487 1.26% 54 4,271
Martin 83.99% 1,338 15.51% 247 0.50% 8 1,593
Mason 79.49% 1,562 19.34% 380 1.17% 23 1,965
Matagorda 66.28% 8,026 32.80% 3,972 0.92% 112 12,110
Maverick 20.55% 2,171 78.60% 8,302 0.84% 89 10,562
McCulloch 80.82% 2,419 17.94% 537 1.24% 37 2,993
Mclennan 64.26% 47,885 34.47% 25,688 1.26% 940 74,513
McMullen 85.83% 436 13.19% 67 0.98% 5 508
Medina 69.02% 11,016 29.82% 4,760 1.15% 184 15,960
Menard 78.37% 663 20.09% 170 1.54% 13 846
Midland 80.07% 35,452 18.57% 8,223 1.36% 602 44,277
Milam 66.63% 5,478 32.01% 2,632 1.36% 112 8,222
Mills 85.51% 1,882 12.68% 279 1.82% 40 2,201
Mitchell 75.87% 1,754 23.18% 536 0.95% 22 2,312
Montague 84.47% 6,539 14.42% 1,116 1.11% 86 7,741
Montgomery 79.71% 137,822 19.00% 32,852 1.28% 2,220 172,894
Moore 79.61% 3,967 19.33% 963 1.06% 53 4,983
Morris 62.87% 3,226 36.17% 1,856 0.95% 49 5,131
Motley 89.67% 538 9.17% 55 1.17% 7 600
Nacogdoches 67.48% 13,910 31.25% 6,441 1.27% 262 20,613
Navarro 70.76% 10,838 28.39% 4,348 0.86% 131 15,317
Newton 70.84% 4,399 27.71% 1,721 1.45% 90 6,210
Nolan 71.71% 3,277 26.61% 1,216 1.68% 77 4,570
Nueces 50.91% 48,779 47.67% 45,666 1.42% 1,361 95,806
Ochiltree 90.84% 2,718 8.46% 253 0.70% 21 2,992
Oldham 90.87% 786 8.21% 71 0.92% 8 865
Orange 76.57% 23,361 22.28% 6,797 1.15% 352 30,510
Palo Pinto 79.19% 7,392 19.39% 1,810 1.42% 133 9,335
Panola 77.69% 7,941 21.63% 2,211 0.68% 69 10,221
Parker 82.28% 38,980 16.47% 7,804 1.24% 589 47,373
Parmer 78.72% 2,005 20.73% 528 0.55% 14 2,547
Pecos 60.53% 2,512 38.34% 1,591 1.13% 47 4,150
Polk 73.56% 14,019 25.37% 4,836 1.07% 204 19,059
Potter 71.54% 18,905 26.92% 7,114 1.54% 406 26,425
Presidio 27.88% 504 70.41% 1,273 1.71% 31 1,808
Rains 80.32% 3,265 18.55% 754 1.13% 46 4,065
Randall 83.41% 41,366 15.23% 7,553 1.36% 673 49,592
Reagan 80.19% 676 18.74% 158 1.07% 9 843
Real 80.52% 1,236 18.05% 277 1.43% 22 1,535
Red River 69.94% 3,549 29.21% 1,482 0.85% 43 5,074
Reeves 41.32% 1,185 57.50% 1,649 1.19% 34 2,868
Refugio 62.07% 1,659 37.34% 998 0.60% 16 2,673
Roberts 92.73% 408 5.68% 25 1.59% 7 440
Robertson 60.68% 4,416 38.36% 2,792 0.96% 70 7,278
Rockwall 76.00% 27,098 22.75% 8,112 1.25% 445 35,655
Runnels 84.67% 3,103 14.11% 517 1.23% 45 3,665
Rusk 75.08% 13,924 24.00% 4,451 0.92% 171 18,546
Sabine 81.42% 3,726 17.61% 806 0.96% 44 4,576
San Augustine 66.91% 2,469 32.33% 1,193 0.76% 28 3,690
San Jacinto 73.90% 7,105 25.07% 2,410 1.03% 99 9,614
San Patricio 59.78% 11,994 39.14% 7,854 1.08% 217 20,065
San Saba 84.33% 1,905 14.30% 323 1.37% 31 2,259
Schleicher 77.33% 781 21.78% 220 0.89% 9 1,010
Scurry 82.06% 4,121 16.67% 837 1.27% 64 5,022
Shackelford 89.36% 1,218 9.61% 131 1.03% 14 1,363
Shelby 74.13% 6,870 25.01% 2,318 0.86% 80 9,268
Sherman 87.48% 908 11.66% 121 0.87% 9 1,038
Smith 72.95% 61,858 26.06% 22,101 0.98% 835 84,794
Somervell 81.45% 2,858 17.36% 609 1.20% 42 3,509
Starr 12.98% 1,540 86.38% 10,248 0.64% 76 11,864
Stephens 84.76% 2,891 13.93% 475 1.32% 45 3,411
Sterling 92.91% 459 6.28% 31 0.81% 4 494
Stonewall 75.11% 507 23.70% 160 1.19% 8 675
Sutton 74.55% 1,110 24.78% 369 0.67% 10 1,489
Swisher 72.90% 1,654 25.52% 579 1.59% 36 2,269
Tarrant 57.13% 348,686 41.42% 252,789 1.45% 8,846 610,321
Taylor 76.08% 32,853 22.52% 9,725 1.41% 607 43,185
Terrell 64.50% 358 33.15% 184 2.34% 13 555
Terry 70.15% 2,602 28.55% 1,059 1.29% 48 3,709
Throckmorton 86.10% 700 13.41% 109 0.49% 4 813
Titus 68.96% 6,062 30.01% 2,638 1.02% 90 8,790
Tom Green 73.22% 26,749 25.31% 9,246 1.46% 535 36,530
Travis 36.21% 140,152 60.14% 232,788 3.65% 14,117 387,057
Trinity 72.50% 4,537 25.79% 1,614 1.71% 107 6,258
Tyler 77.25% 5,889 21.76% 1,659 0.98% 75 7,623
Upshur 79.37% 11,948 19.62% 2,953 1.01% 152 15,053
Upton 73.34% 952 25.58% 332 1.08% 14 1,298
Uvalde 53.68% 4,526 45.36% 3,824 0.96% 81 8,431
Val Verde 46.61% 5,612 52.05% 6,267 1.34% 161 12,040
Van Zandt 82.69% 15,790 16.15% 3,083 1.16% 222 19,095
Victoria 68.14% 19,684 30.45% 8,795 1.41% 407 28,886
Walker 63.18% 9,569 34.88% 5,283 1.93% 293 15,145
Waller 58.33% 9,158 40.77% 6,401 0.89% 140 15,699
Ward 73.01% 2,364 25.82% 836 1.17% 38 3,238
Washington 75.42% 10,850 23.48% 3,378 1.10% 158 14,386
Webb 22.55% 11,074 76.56% 37,592 0.89% 435 49,101
Wharton 69.21% 9,750 30.06% 4,235 0.72% 102 14,087
Wheeler 88.25% 1,878 10.90% 232 0.85% 18 2,128
Wichita 72.71% 29,756 25.63% 10,490 1.65% 677 40,923
Wilbarger 74.27% 2,956 24.40% 971 1.33% 53 3,980
Willacy 27.98% 1,415 71.08% 3,595 0.95% 48 5,058
Williamson 59.47% 96,910 37.93% 61,812 2.61% 4,247 162,969
Wilson 71.00% 12,205 28.03% 4,819 0.97% 166 17,190
Winkler 76.28% 1,331 22.81% 398 0.92% 16 1,745
Wise 82.93% 17,178 15.54% 3,219 1.53% 316 20,713
Wood 81.61% 14,317 17.40% 3,052 0.99% 174 17,543
Yoakum 79.79% 1,698 19.22% 409 0.99% 21 2,128
Young 85.09% 6,225 13.56% 992 1.35% 99 7,316
Zapata 28.14% 993 71.32% 2,517 0.54% 19 3,529
Zavala 15.71% 574 83.27% 3,042 1.01% 37 3,653

Democratic primary[edit]

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Republican primary[edit]

Texas Republican primary, 2012
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Candidate Mitt Romney Ron Paul
Party Republican Republican
Home state Massachusetts Texas
Delegate count 105 18
Popular vote 1,001,387 174,207
Percentage 69% 12%

The Republican primary was held May 29, 2012.[2][3]

152 delegates were chosen, for a total of 155 delegates to go to the national convention.

The election was originally scheduled to take place on Super Tuesday, March 6.[4] Due to litigation over the state's redistricting following the 2010 United States Census, it was rescheduled for April 3.[5][6] That date also became uncertain and the primary was expected to be held, at the earliest, in late May 2012, with both May 22[4] and May 29[7] being proposed. U.S. District Court judge Xavier Rodriguez, one of the three judges overseeing the litigation, had suggested a June 26 date for the election.[4] Finally, on March 1, 2012, the court issued an order setting the date of the primary to May 29, 2012.[2]

Texas Republican primary, 2012[8]
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 1,001,387 69% 105
Ron Paul 174,207 12% 18
Rick Santorum 115,584 8% 12
Newt Gingrich 68,247 5% 7
Michele Bachmann 12,097 0.8% 1
Jon Huntsman 8,695 0.6% 1
Buddy Roemer 4,714 0.3% 0
L. John Davis, Jr. 3,887 0.3% 0
Uncommitted 60,659 4% 6
Unpledged delegates: 4
Superdelegates: 3
Total: 1,449,477 100.0% 155
Key: Withdrew prior to contest

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Texas Secretary of State General Election Results". Retrieved 2012-11-07. 
  2. ^ a b Fernandez, Manny (March 2, 2012). "Texas: Primary Election Set for May 29". New York Times. Retrieved March 12, 2012. 
  3. ^ Perez, et al. v. Texas, no. 11-CV-360 (March 1, 2012 W.D. Texas), order, page 8
  4. ^ a b c Weber, Paul J. (February 15, 2012). "Unsettled Texas primary may slip into May or later". Boston Globe. Associated Press. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Primary and Caucus Printable Calendar". CNN. Retrieved January 12, 2012. 
  6. ^ "Presidential Primary Dates". Federal Election Commission. Retrieved January 23, 2012. 
  7. ^ "Judge in Texas redistricting case tells Republican state officials to plan for May 29 primary". Washington Post. Associated Press. February 15, 2012. Retrieved February 22, 2012. 
  8. ^ http://elections.sos.state.tx.us/elchist.exe

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