North Dakota Republican caucuses, 2012
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2012 U.S. Presidential Election
The 2012 North Dakota Republican caucuses were held on March 6, 2012. North Dakota has 28 delegates to the Republican National Convention; despite Rick Santorum's nominal win in the preference poll conducted during the caucuses, the majority of the delegates elected by the state party convention later in March said they supported Romney.
|North Dakota Republican caucuses, 2012|
North Dakota Republican Party had its state convention from Friday March 30 to Sunday April 1 where twenty-five unbound National Convention delegates were elected. Rick Santorum had won the strawpoll at the Legislative Districts caucuses on Super Tuesday with a large margin to Ron Paul in second place and Mitt Romney in third place. The party leaderships recommended slate of delegates was to reflect this strawpoll result. According to Santorum and Paul supporters the slate did not live up to this requirement, but gave Romney a large majority of the delegates. Former NDGOP Chairman Gary Emineth called the vote undemocratic and a railroad job on the Say Anything Blog.
- Republican Party presidential debates, 2012
- Republican Party presidential primaries, 2012
- Results of the 2012 Republican Party presidential primaries
- North Dakota Republican Party
- "North Dakota Republican Delegation 2012". The Green Papers. Retrieved 2012-04-08.
- Nate Silver (March 4, 2012). "Romney Could Win Majority of Super Tuesday Delegates". FiveThirtyEight. Retrieved March 5, 2012.
- Santorum delegate plan hits wall in North Dakota. Associated Press. 2012-04-07. Retrieved 2012-04-08.
- "Live Caucus Results". NDGOP Presidential Caucus Information. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
- "Former NDGOP Chairman Calls National Delegate Selection "A Railroad Job"". Say Anything Blog. March 31, 2012. Retrieved April 4, 2012.
- North Dakota GOP website
- North Dakota Republican State Committee Rules and Modes of Procedure
- The Green Papers: for North Dakota
- The Green Papers: Major state elections in chronological order