Results of the 2008 Republican Party presidential primaries

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Map showing distribution of first place finishes in the popular vote and the number of delegates as of June 3, 2008. See text for full allocation of delegates. Most states do not have winner take all primaries or caucuses.
Results by county.
Cartogram depicting current projected National Delegates for contests so far. Yellow for Romney, Blue for Huckabee, Green for McCain, Magenta for Fred Thompson, Orange for Paul, Red for Giuliani, Brown for Hunter, Dark grey for uncommitted, and Black for stripped delegates.

This article contains the results of the 2008 Republican presidential primaries and caucuses.

The 2008 Republican primaries are the selection processes by which the Republican Party selects delegates to attend the 2008 Republican National Convention. The series of primaries, caucuses, and state conventions culminates in the National Convention which was held in Saint Paul, Minnesota, September 1–4, 2008, where the delegates voted on and selected a candidate. A simple majority of delegate votes in September (1,191 out of 2,380) is required to become the party's nominee; estimates based on delegate pledges had John McCain surpassing this total after the March 4 primaries in Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont.

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Candidates[edit]

The only candidate with a national campaign at the end of the primary season was John McCain. Withdrawn candidates who had national campaigns were Ron Paul, Mike Huckabee,[1] Sam Brownback, John H. Cox, Jim Gilmore, Rudy Giuliani, Duncan Hunter, Mitt Romney, Tom Tancredo, Fred Thompson, and Tommy Thompson.

Overview of results[edit]

The data contained in the row entitled Actual pledged delegates is a subset of the data in the row entitled Estimated pledged delegates. It represents delegates won in contests where the final apportionment of delegates has already been decided, but does not include delegates from contests where the final apportionment depends upon the outcome of further caucuses or conventions.[2] Caveat lector: the below "Estimated total delegates" row totals 2,390 delegates, but there are only 2,380 delegates.

2008 Republican presidential primaries, caucuses, and state conventions
Candidates Uncommitted

Mike Huckabee at RLC.jpg

Mike
Huckabee

John McCain official portrait 2009.jpg

John
McCain

Ron Paul, official Congressional photo portrait, 2007.jpg

Ron
Paul

Mitt Romney by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg

Mitt
Romney

Rudy Giuliani.jpg

Rudy
Giuliani

Fred Thompson.jpg

Fred
Thompson

DuncanHunter.jpg

Duncan
Hunter
Final convention totals
(1,191 to win of 2,380 total)[3]
14[n 1]
0.6%
0
0%
2,341
98.4%
23[n 2]
1.0%
2[n 3]
0.1%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
Estimated total delegates
(1,477 of 2,380; 62%, 1,191 to win)[4]
903
38%
267
15%
1,367
66%
21
1%
(274)
17%
(9)
1%
(1)
0%
Estimated unpledged delegates
(51 of 463; 11% of 19%)[4]
412
89%
3
1%
82
10%
Estimated pledged delegates
(1,426 of 1,917, 74% of 81%)[5]
491
26%
229
12%
1,243
47%
21
1%
(274)
14%
(9)
0%
(1)
0%
Actual pledged delegates
(1,167 of 1,451, 80% of 61%)[2]
284
20%
197
14%
1,243
56%
6
0%
(147)
10%
Jan. 3 Iowa
Delegates: 37[6][A][B]
3 17
34%
3
13%
2
10%
(12)
25%
3% (3)
13%
0%
Jan. 5 Wyoming
Delegates: 12 (of 14; was 12 of 28)[7][C]
0% 0% 0% (8)
67%
0% (3)
25%
(1)
8%
Jan. 8 New Hampshire
Delegates: 12 (was 24)[8]
1
11%
7
38%
8% (4)
32%
9% 1% 1%
Jan. 15 Michigan
Delegates: 30 (was 60)[9]
2% 1
16%
5
30%
6% (24)
39%
3% 4% 0%
Jan. 19 Nevada
Delegates: 31[10][A][B]
3 3
8%
4
13%
4
14%
(17)
51%
4% (3)
8%
2%
South Carolina
Delegates: 24 (was 47)[11]
5
30%
19
33%
4% 15% 2% 16% 0%
Jan. 22 Louisiana
Delegates: 0 (of 44)[12][B][C]
3
Jan. 29 Florida
Delegates: 57 (was 114)[13]
13% 57
36%
3% 31% 15% 1% 0%
Feb. 1–3 Maine
Delegates: 18[14][A][B]
3
2%
6% 21% 18% (18)
52%
0% 0% 0%
Jan. 25 – Feb. 5 Hawaii
Delegates: 20[15]
20
Feb. 5
Super Tuesday
Alabama
Delegates: 45[16][B]
12
0%
20
41%
16
37%
3% 18% 0% 0% 0%
Alaska
Delegates: 26[17][B]
3
2%
6
22%
3
16%
5
17%
(12)
44%
Arizona
Delegates: 50[18][B]
3 9% 50
47%
4% 35% 3% 2% 0%
Arkansas
Delegates: 31[19][B]
3
0%
29
60%
1
20%
5% (1)
14%
0% 0%
California
Delegates: 170[20][B]
3 12% 158
42%
4% (12)
35%
4% 2% 0%
Colorado
Delegates: 22 (of 43)[21][B][C]
3 13% 19% 8% (22)
60%
0% 0% 0%
Connecticut
Delegates: 27[22][B]
3
2%
7% 27
52%
4% 33% 2% 0% 0%
Delaware
Delegates: 18[23]
15% 18
45%
4% 33% 3%
Georgia
Delegates: 72[24]
9 51
34%
9
32%
3% 9
30%
1% 0% 0%
Illinois
Delegates: 57 (of 67)[25][B][C]
3 17% 54
47%
5% (3)
29%
1% 1%
Massachusetts
Delegates: 40[26][B]
3
0%
4% 18
41%
3% (22)
51%
1% 0% 0%
Minnesota
Delegates: 38[27][A][B][C]
3 20% 23% 16% (38)
41%
Missouri
Delegates: 58[28]
0% 32% 58
33%
5% 29% 1% 1% 0%
Montana
Delegates: 25[29]
15% 22% 25% (25)
38%
New Jersey
Delegates: 52[30]
8% 52
55%
5% 28% 3% 1%
New York
Delegates: 87 (of 98)[31][B][C]
3 10% 87
50%
6% 27% 3%
North Dakota
Delegates: 26[32]
0% 5
20%
6
23%
6
21%
(9)
36%
Oklahoma
Delegates: 38[33][B]
3 6
33%
32
37%
3% 25% 1% 1% 0%
Tennessee
Delegates: 40 (of 52)[34][B][C]
3
0%
25
34%
19
32%
6% (8)
24%
1% 3% 0%
Utah
Delegates: 36[35][B]
3 1% 5% 3% (36)
89%
0% 0% 0%
West Virginia
Delegates: 18 (of 27)[36][B][C]
3 18
52%
1% 0% 47% 0%
Feb. 9 Kansas
Delegates: 36 (of 36)[37][C]
0% 36
60%
24% 11% 3% 0% 0%
Louisiana
Delegates: 20 (of 44)[12][B][C]
20 43% 42% 5% 6% 1% 1% 0%
Washington
Delegates: 18 (of 37)[38][B][C]
21
14%
23% 25% 22% 16%
Feb. 12
Potomac Primaries
District of Columbia
Delegates: 16[39][B]
3 16% 16
68%
8% 6% 1%
Maryland
Delegates: 37[40]
29% 37
55%
6% 7% 1% 1% 0%
Virginia
Delegates: 60[41][B]
3 41% 60
50%
5% 4% 0% 1%
Feb. 16 Louisiana
Delegates: 21 (of 44)[12][42][43][B][C]
6 15
Feb. 19 Washington
Delegates: 19 (of 37)[38][B][C]
13 24% 6
50%
8% 16% 1% 1% 0%
Wisconsin
Delegates: 40[44][B]
0% 6
37%
34
55%
5% 2% 0% 1% 0%
Feb. 23 American Samoa
Delegates: 6[45][B]
3 6
Northern Mariana Islands
Delegates: 9[46][B]
4% 9
91%
4%
Feb. 24 Puerto Rico
Delegates: 20[47][B]
3 5% 20
91%
4%
Mar. 4 Ohio
Delegates: 85[48][B]
3 32%/31% 55%/60% 5%/5% 5%/3% - 3%/2%
Rhode Island
Delegates: 17[49][B]
3
2%
4
22%
13
65%
7% 4%
Texas
Delegates: 137[50][B]
3
1%
16
38%
80
51%
5% 2% 0% 1% 1%
Vermont
Delegates: 17[51]
14% 17
72%
7% 5% 2%
Mar. 8 Guam
Delegates: 6[52][B]
3 0% 6
100%
0%
Mar. 11 Mississippi
Delegates: 36[53][B]
3 13% 36
79%
4% 2% 1% 2% 0%
Apr. 5 Tennessee
Delegates: 12 (of 52)[34][B][C]
U. S. Virgin Islands
Delegates: 6[54][B]
9
47%
31% 2% 19%
Apr. 22 Pennsylvania
Delegates: 62 (of 71)[55][B][C]
3 11% 73% 16%
May 6 Indiana
Delegates: 27 (of 54)[56][B][C]
3 10% 27
78%
8% 5%
North Carolina
Delegates: 69[57]
4% 9
12%
53
74%
5
7%
May 13 Nebraska
Delegates: 33[58]
87% 13%
West Virginia
Delegates: 9 (of 27)[36][B][C]
10% 76% 5% 4% 2%
May 20 Kentucky
Delegates: 45[59]
5% 8% 42
72%
7% 5% 2%
Oregon
Delegates: 30[60]
23
81%
4
15%
May 20–21 New York
Delegates: 11 (of 98)[31][B][C]
May 22 Kansas
Delegates: 10 (of 36)[37][C]
May 3–24 Minnesota
Delegates: 24 (of 38)[27][B][C]
May 27 Idaho
Delegates: 32[61][B]
9 17
70%
6
24%
May 31 Wyoming
Delegates: 2 (of 14; was 16 of 28)[7][C]
Jun. 3 South Dakota
Delegates: 24[62][B]
3
New Mexico
Delegates: 29[63][B]
3
May 24 – Jun. 7 Colorado
Delegates: 21 (of 43)[21][B][C]
Jun. 6-7 Pennsylvania
Delegates: 9 (of 71)[55][B][C]
Jun. 7 Illinois
Delegates: 10 (of 67)[25][B][C]
Minnesota
Delegates: 14 (of 38)[27][B][C]
Jun. 9–10 Indiana
Delegates: 27 (of 54)[64][B][C]
Color key: 1st place 2nd place 3rd place Candidate has
withdrawn
State with delegates halved
due to penalty from RNC
  1. ^ Abstentions or delegates not voting: Idaho 6, Maine 1, Nebraska 2, North Carolina 4, and Pennsylvania 1. Ron Paul had a soft-total of 6 delegates from the Idaho primary, but it is unknown whether these were the same six delegates that abstained at the convention, or not.
  2. ^ Delegates voting affirmatively for Ron Paul: Alaska 5, Minnesota 6 (floor mic cut off and originally reported as abstentions but later [1] corrected [2] officially), Oklahoma 2 (floor mic difficulty officially corrected [3] 2008-09-21 by the RNC), Oregon 4, Washington 4, and West Virginia 2 (chair mis-spoke result -- never officially corrected [4] by the RNC).
  3. ^ Delegates voting affirmatively for Mitt Romney: 2, both from Utah (Romney had a vacation-home there at the time, and had recently worked there as CEO of the Olympics, plus shared the same religion as 60% of the citizens).
  • Dashes indicate that a candidate was not on the ballot. For contests that are in progress or upcoming all candidates have dashes.
  • A These delegate numbers are estimates. Delegate will be officially allocated during later caucuses, primaries, or state conventions.
  • B These delegations all have three additional delegates (made up of the party leadership) that will attend the national convention as unpledged. In the case of Idaho, three delegates are party leadership and three others are elected at the state convention; all six are unpledged.
  • C These delegations use multiple caucus, primary, or state convention processes to choose national delegates on different days. These processes are explained below.

Results[edit]

Iowa caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: January 3, 2008
National delegates: 37

Iowa results by county
  Mike Huckabee (74)
  Mitt Romney (24)
  Ron Paul (1)
Iowa Republican presidential caucus, 2008[65]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 40,841 34.41% 17
Mitt Romney 29,949 25.23% 12
Fred Thompson 15,904 13.40% 3
John McCain 15,559 13.11% 3
Ron Paul 11,817 9.96% 2
Rudy Giuliani 4,097 3.45% 0
Duncan Hunter 524 0.44% 0
Alan Keyes 247 0.08% 0
Tom Tancredo 5 0.00% 0
Total 118,696 100.00% 37

Official allocation of delegates will be decided during the state convention on June 14, 2008; until then, delegate allocations are estimates.[6]

According to his campaign Website, Alan Keyes's votes were not counted nor recorded by the Republican Party of Iowa.[66]

Wyoming county conventions[edit]

Convention date: January 5, 2008
National delegates: 12

Wyoming Republican presidential county conventions, 2008[67]
Candidate Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 67% 8
Fred Thompson 25% 3
Duncan Hunter 8% 1
Rudy Giuliani 0% 0
Mike Huckabee 0% 0
John McCain 0% 0
Ron Paul 0% 0
Total 100% 12

Two additional national delegates will be elected at the state convention on May 10, 2008. Also, in accordance with Republican National Committee rules, Wyoming was stripped of half of its 28 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[7]

Votes were not released by the Wyoming Republican Party.

New Hampshire primary[edit]

Primary date: January 8, 2008
National delegates: 12 (see note below)

In accordance with Republican National Committee rules, New Hampshire was stripped of half of its 24 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[68]

New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, 2008[69][70]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 88,571 37.01% 7
Mitt Romney 75,546 31.57% 4
Mike Huckabee 26,859 11.22% 1
Rudy Giuliani 20,439 8.54% 0
Ron Paul 18,308 7.65% 0
Fred Thompson 2,894 1.21% 0
Duncan Hunter 1,225 0.51% 0
Alan Keyes 203 0.08% 0
Write-in candidates 4,691 1.96% 0
Total 239,315 100.00% 12

Michigan primary[edit]

Primary date: January 15, 2008
National delegates: 30

In accordance with Republican National Committee rules, Michigan was stripped of 27 of its 57 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[68]

Michigan Republican presidential primary, 2008[71]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 338,316 38.92% 24
John McCain 257,985 29.68% 5
Mike Huckabee 139,764 16.08% 1
Ron Paul 54,475 6.27% 0
Fred Thompson 32,159 3.70% 0
Rudy Giuliani 24,725 2.84% 0
Duncan Hunter 2,819 0.32% 0
Tom Tancredo 457 0.05% 0
Sam Brownback 351 0.04% 0
Uncommited 18,118 2.08% 0
Total 869,169 100.00% 30

Nevada caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: January 19, 2008
National delegates: 31

Official allocation of delegates will be decided during the state convention on April 26, 2008; until then, delegate allocations are estimates.[10]

Tom Tancredo did appear on the official ballot, but Nevada Republican Party did not count or record votes cast for him.[10]

Nevada Republican presidential caucus, 2008[72]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 22,646 51.10% 18
Ron Paul 6,084 13.73% 4
John McCain 5,650 12.75% 4
Mike Huckabee 3,616 8.16% 2
Fred Thompson 3,519 7.94% 2
Rudy Giuliani 1,910 4.31% 1
Duncan Hunter 890 2.01% 0
Tom Tancredo Unrecorded 0.00% 0
Total 44,315 100.00% 31

South Carolina primary[edit]

Primary date: January 19, 2008
National delegates: 24 (see note below)

In accordance with Republican National Committee rules, South Carolina was stripped of 23 of its 47 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[68]

South Carolina Republican presidential primary, 2008[73]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 147,686 33.15% 19
Mike Huckabee 132,943 29.84% 5
Fred Thompson 69,651 15.63% 0
Mitt Romney 68,142 15.30% 0
Ron Paul 16,154 3.63% 0
Rudy Giuliani 9,557 2.15% 0
Duncan Hunter 1,051 0.24% 0
Tom Tancredo 121 0.03% 0
Hugh Cort 88 0.02% 0
John H. Cox 83 0.02% 0
Cap Fendig 23 0.01% 0
Total 445,499 100.00% 24

Louisiana caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: January 22, 2008
National delegates: 0 (see note below)

The Louisiana caucus is not considered an official race and all the state delegates chosen during the caucuses are nationally uncommitted, but they could run on one or multiple slates. Louisiana chooses 20 national delegates plus 3 PLEO delegates during the state convention on February 16, 2008. All the delegates elected at the state convention are officially considered uncommitted due to state party rules, but the delegation of John McCain is having the majority at the state convention since he won the majority of delegates in the districts 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7. So it is very likely that all 20 + 3 delegates will support John McCain.

The official results have not been released, and some media have reported that John McCain won, that Ron Paul took second, and that Mitt Romney took a distant third.[74] A slate of uncommitted delegates running on a pro-life platform was the overall winner.[75]

Hawaii caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: January 25 – February 5
National delegates: 20

Florida primary[edit]

Primary date: January 29, 2008
National delegates: 57 (see note below)

In accordance with Republican National Committee rules, Florida was stripped of 57 of its 114 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[68]

Florida Republican presidential primary, 2008[76]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 701,761 36.0% 57
Mitt Romney 604,932 31.0% 0
Rudy Giuliani 286,089 14.7% 0
Mike Huckabee 262,681 13.5% 0
Ron Paul 62,887 3.2% 0
Fred Thompson 22,668 1.2% 0
Alan Keyes 4,060 0.2% 0
Duncan Hunter 2,847 0.1% 0
Tom Tancredo 1,573 0.1% 0
Total 1,949,498 100.00% 57

Maine caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 9, 2008 – February 29, 2008[77]
National delegates: 18

Official allocation of delegates will be decided during district caucuses and the state convention on May 3, 2008; until then, delegate allocations are estimates.[14]

Maine Republican presidential primary, 2008
98% of precincts reporting[78]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 2,837 51.66% 18
John McCain 1,176 21.41% 0
Ron Paul 1,002 18.24% 0
Mike Huckabee 318 5.79% 0
Fred Thompson 8 0.14% 0
Rudy Giuliani 3 0.05% 0
Alan Keyes 1 0.02% 0
Duncan Hunter 1 0.02% 0
John H. Cox 0 0.00% 0
Write-in candidates 9 0.16% 0
Uncommited 136 2.47% 0
Total 5,491 100.00% 18

Alabama primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 45

Alabama Republican presidential primary, 2008
99% of precincts reporting[79]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 230,608 40.90% 20
John McCain 210,989 37.42% 16
Mitt Romney 103,295 18.32% 0
Ron Paul 15,454 2.74% 0
Rudy Giuliani 2,224 0.39% 0
Uncommited 1,252 0.22% 0
Total 563,822 100.00% 36

Alaska caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 26

Alaska Republican presidential primary, 2008
98% of precincts reporting[80]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 5,126 44.00% 12
Mike Huckabee 2,548 22.00% 6
Ron Paul 1,955 17.00% 5
John McCain 1,804 15.00% 3
Uncommited 187 2% 0
Total 11,260 100.00% 26

Arizona primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 50

Arizona results by county
  John McCain
  Mitt Romney
Arizona Republican presidential primary, 2008
98% of precincts reporting[81]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 227,764 48% 50
Mitt Romney 163,967 34% 0
Mike Huckabee 43,118 9% 0
Ron Paul 20,197 4% 0
Rudy Giuliani 12,716 3% 0
Total 467,762 100.00% 50

Arkansas primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 31

Arkansas Republican presidential primary, 2008
97% of precincts reporting[82]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 130,541 60% 29
John McCain 44,091 20% 1
Mitt Romney 29,359 14% 1
Ron Paul 10,401 5% 0
Uncommited 993 1% 0
Rudy Giuliani 625 0% 0
Total 216,010 100.00% 31

California primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 170

California Republican presidential primary, 2008
100% of precincts reporting[83]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 1,197,757 42.21% 158
Mitt Romney 980,969 34.57% 12
Mike Huckabee 328,387 11.57% 0
Rudy Giuliani 126,415 4.45% 0
Ron Paul 120,374 4.24% 0
Fred Thompson 49,318 1.74% 0
Duncan Hunter 13,682 0.48% 0
Alan Keyes 11,362 0.40% 0
Tom Tancredo 3,810 0.13% 0
John H. Cox 3,101 0.11% 0
Sam Brownback 2,426 0.10% 0
Total 2,249,429 100.00% 170

Colorado caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 22 (see note below)

Colorado chooses 21 other delegates during district conventions from May 24 to June 7, 2008.[21]

Colorado Republican presidential primary, 2008
95% of precincts reporting[84]
Candidate State delegates Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 33,288 60% 22
John McCain 10,621 19% 0
Mike Huckabee 7,266 13% 0
Ron Paul 4,670 8% 0
Total 55,845 100.00% 22

Connecticut primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 27

Connecticut Republican presidential primary, 2008
100% of precincts reporting[85]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 78,741 52% 27
Mitt Romney 49,851 33% 0
Mike Huckabee 10,591 7% 0
Ron Paul 6,092 4% 0
Rudy Giuliani 2,470 2% 0
Uncommited 2,414 2% 0
Total 150,159 100% 27

Delaware primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 18

Delaware Republican presidential primary, 2008[86]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 22,626 45.20% 18
Mitt Romney 16,344 32.65% 0
Mike Huckabee 7,706 15.39% 0
Ron Paul 2,131 4.26% 0
Rudy Giuliani 1,255 2.51% 0
Total 50,062 100.00% 18

Georgia primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 72

Georgia results by county
  Mike Huckabee
  John McCain
  Mitt Romney
Georgia Republican presidential primary, 2008
99% of precincts reporting[87][88]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 326,874 33.9% 51
John McCain 304,751 31.6% 9
Mitt Romney 290,707 30.2% 3
Ron Paul 28,096 2.9% 0
Alan Keyes 1,458 0.2% 0
Rudy Giuliani 7,162 0.7% 0
Fred Thompson 3,414 0.4% 0
Duncan Hunter 755 0.1% 0
Tom Tancredo 324 0.0% 0
Total 960,372 100% 72

Illinois primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 57 (see note below)

Illinois chooses 10 other delegates during the state convention on June 7, 2008.[25]

Illinois results by county
  John McCain
  Mitt Romney (2)
  Mike Huckabee (2)
Illinois Republican presidential primary, 2008[89]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 424,071 47.52% 54
Mitt Romney 256,805 28.77% 3
Mike Huckabee 147,626 16.54% 0
Ron Paul 45,166 5.06% 0
Rudy Giuliani 11,314 1.27% 0
Fred Thompson 7,100 0.80% 0
Tom Tancredo 369 0.04% 0
Totals 895,247 100% 57

Massachusetts primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 40

Massachusetts Republican presidential primary, 2008
100% of precincts reporting[90]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 255,248 51.50% 22
John McCain 204,027 41.16% 18
Mike Huckabee 19,168 3.87% 0
Ron Paul 13,210 2.67% 0
Rudy Giuliani 2,643 0.53% 0
Fred Thompson 942 0.19% 0
Duncan Hunter 263 0.05% 0
Tom Tancredo 155 0.03% 0
Total 497,531 100% 40

Minnesota caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 0

Minnesota Republican presidential caucus, 2008[91]
Candidate Votes Percentage Estimated delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 25,990 41.36% 38
John McCain 13,813 22.98% 0
Mike Huckabee 12,522 19.93% 0
Ron Paul 9,856 15.69% 0
Rudy Giuliani 2,643 0.53% 0
Total 62,837 100% 38

This caucus is considered a non-binding straw poll. Minnesota chooses 24 delegates during district conventions from May 3 to May 24, 2008 and 14 delegates during the state convention on June 7, 2008.[27]

Missouri primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 58

Missouri results by county.
Missouri Republican presidential primary, 2008[92]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 194,145 32.97% 58
Mike Huckabee 185,598 31.51% 0
Mitt Romney 172,414 29.28% 0
Ron Paul 26,428 4.49% 0
Rudy Giuliani 3,593 0.61% 0
Fred Thompson 3,101 0.53% 0
Alan Keyes 894 0.15% 0
Duncan Hunter 306 0.05% 0
Tom Tancredo 107 0.02% 0
Other 257 0.04% 0
Uncommitted 2,083 0.35% 0
Total 588,926 100.00% 58

Montana caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 25

Montana Republican presidential caucus, 2008[93]
Candidate State delegates Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 625 38.39% 25
Ron Paul 400 24.57% 0
John McCain 358 21.99% 0
Mike Huckabee 245 15.04% 0
Total 1,628 100.00% 25

New Jersey primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 52

New Jersey Republican presidential primary, 2008[94]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 313,459 55.36% 52
Mitt Romney 160,388 28.32% 0
Mike Huckabee 46,284 8.17% 0
Ron Paul 27,301 4.82% 0
Rudy Giuliani 15,516 2.74% 0
Fred Thompson 3,253 0.57% 0
Total 566,201 100.00% 52

New York primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 87 (see note below)

New York chooses 11 other delegates during the state committee meeting from May 20 to May 21, 2008.[31]

New York Republican presidential primary, 2008[95][96]
Percent reporting: 99%
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 310,814 51.20% 87
Mitt Romney 168,801 27.81% 0
Mike Huckabee 65,648 10.81% 0
Ron Paul 38,918 6.41% 0
Rudy Giuliani 18,556 3.06% 0
Fred Thompson 2,047 0.34% 0
Duncan Hunter 954 0.16% 0
Total 607,011 100% 87

North Dakota caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 26

100% of precincts reporting[97]
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates[98]
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 3,490 35.67% 9
John McCain 2,224 22.73% 6
Ron Paul 2,082 21.28% 6
Mike Huckabee 1,947 19.90% 5
Alan Keyes 42 0.43% 0
Total 9,785 100% 26

Oklahoma primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 38

100% of precincts reporting[99] [100]
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 122,748 36.64% 32
Mike Huckabee 111,865 33.39% 6
Mitt Romney 83,018 24.78% 0
Ron Paul 11,179 3.34% 0
Rudy Giuliani 2,412 0.72% 0
Fred Thompson 1,924 0.57% 0
Alan Keyes 817 0.24% 0
Jerry R. Curry 387 0.12% 0
Duncan Hunter 317 0.09% 0
Tom Tancredo 189 0.06% 0
Daniel Ayers Gilbert 124 0.04% 0
Total 334,980 100% 38

Tennessee primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 40 (see note below)

Tennessee chooses 12 other delegates during the state committee meeting on April 5, 2008.[34]

100% of precincts reporting[101]
Candidate Votes Percentage Estimated delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 189,443 34.47% 25
John McCain 174,763 31.80% 19
Mitt Romney 129,722 23.61% 8
Ron Paul 30,730 5.59% 0
Fred Thompson 16,044 2.92% 0
Rudy Giuliani 5,100 0.93% 0
Uncommitted 1,812 0.33% 0
Duncan Hunter 738 0.13% 0
Tom Tancredo 192 0.03% 0
Others 971 0.18% 0
Total 549,515 100% 52

Utah primary[edit]

Primary date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 36

Utah Republican presidential primary, 2008
99% of precincts reporting[102]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mitt Romney 255,218 90% 36
John McCain 15,264 5% 0
Ron Paul 8,295 3% 0
Mike Huckabee 4,054 1% 0
Rudy Giuliani 928 0% 0
Total 283,759 100.00% 36

West Virginia caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 5, 2008
National delegates: 18 (see note below)

West Virginia chooses nine other delegates during a primary on May 13, 2008.[36]

West Virginia Republican presidential caucus, 2008[103]
Candidate State delegates Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 567 51.55% 18 (15)
Mitt Romney 521 47.36% 0
John McCain 12 1.09% 0
Ron Paul 0 0.00% 0 (3)
Rudy Giuliani 0 0.00% 0
Total 1,100 100% 18

Kansas caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 9, 2008
National delegates: 36 (see note below)

Kansas Republican presidential caucus, 2008[104][105]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg Mike Huckabee 11,627 60% 33
John McCain 4,587 24% 0
Ron Paul 2,182 11% 0
Mitt Romney 653 3% 0
Alan Keyes 288 1% 0
Uncommitted 84 0% 0
Fred Thompson 61 0% 0
Rudy Giuliani 34 0% 0
Total 19,516 100% 36

Kansas chooses three other delegates during the state committee meeting on May 22, 2008.[37]

Louisiana primary[edit]

Primary date: February 9, 2008
National delegates: 20 (see note below)

Party rules in Louisiana would give the winner (with more than 50%) of the primary all 20 delegates as pledged delegates, chosen at the primary February 9, 2008. Since no candidate won the primary with this majority, the 20 delegates selected at the state convention will be official uncommitted delegates to the RNC. In addition, Louisiana holds an unofficial caucus on January 22, 2008 where in each of the seven districts 15 delegates where chosen to the state convention. Each district delegation is choosing three pledged delegates for the RNC. John McCain received the majority in the districts 1,2,3,6 and 7, so he won 15 pledged delegates. [106]

Washington caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 9, 2008
National delegates: 18

Washington's 18 delegates chosen at the caucus are not bound to a candidate. Washington chooses 19 other delegates during a primary on February 19, 2008.[38]

District of Columbia primary[edit]

Primary date: February 12, 2008
National delegates: 16

District of Columbia Republican presidential primary, 2008[107]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 3,967 67.55% 16
Mike Huckabee 984 16.75% 0
Ron Paul 477 8.12% 0
Mitt Romney 354 6.03% 0
Rudy Giuliani 91 1.55% 0
Total 5,873 100.00% 16

Maryland primary[edit]

Primary date: February 12, 2008
National delegates: 37

Maryland Republican presidential primary, 2008[108]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 171,528 54.88% 37
Mike Huckabee 89,151 28.53% 0
Mitt Romney 21,849 6.99% 0
Ron Paul 18,602 5.95% 0
Rudy Giuliani 4,384 1.40% 0
Alan Keyes 3,285 1.05% 0
Fred Thompson 2,853 0.91% 0
Duncan Hunter 514 0.16% 0
Tom Tancredo 361 0.12% 0
Total 312,527 100.00% 37

Virginia primary[edit]

Primary date: February 12, 2008
National delegates: 60

Virginia Republican presidential primary, 2008
99.8% of precincts reporting[109]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 243,981 50.05% 60
Mike Huckabee 198,787 40.78% 0
Ron Paul 21,867 4.49% 0
Mitt Romney 17,500 3.59% 0
Fred Thompson 3,368 0.69% 0
Rudy Giuliani 1,975 0.40% 0
Total 487,478 100.00% 60

Louisiana state convention[edit]

Convention date: February 16, 2008
National delegates: 23 (see note below)

Since there was no majority of votes (more than 50% for one candidate) primary on February 9, 2008, the right of determining the 20n delegates went to the state convention. Due to party state rules these 20 delegates will be going to the RNC as uncommitted delegates. In addition, Louisiana held an unofficial caucus on January 22, 2008, where 21 other delegates were selected .[12]

Washington primary[edit]

Primary date: February 19, 2008
National delegates: 19 (see note below)

Washington chooses 18 other delegates during caucuses on February 9, 2008.[38]

Washington Republican presidential primary, 2008[110]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 202,219 49.11% 0
Mike Huckabee 90,988 22.10% 0
Mitt Romney 77,925 18.93% 0
Ron Paul 30,577 7.43% 0
Rudy Giuliani 4,117 1.00% 0
Fred Thompson 3,539 0.86% 0
Alan Keyes 1,617 0.39% 0
Duncan Hunter 768 0.19% 0
Total 411,750 100.00% 0

Wisconsin primary[edit]

Primary date: February 19, 2008
National delegates: 37

Wisconsin Republican presidential primary, 2008[111]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 224,206 55.68% 34
Mike Huckabee 151,201 37.55% 6
Ron Paul 19,210 4.77% 0
Mitt Romney 8,082 2.00% 0
Total 402,699 100.00% 40

American Samoa caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 23, 2008
National delegates: 9 [5]

American Samoa Republican presidential caucus, 2008[112]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 9 N/A% 9
Mike Huckabee N/A% 0
Ron Paul N/A% 0
Mitt Romney N/A% 0
Total 9 100.00% 9

Northern Mariana Islands caucuses[edit]

Convention date: February 23, 2008
National delegates: 9 [6]

Northern Mariana Islands Republican presidential caucus, 2008[113]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 105 91.30% 9
Mike Huckabee 5 4.38% 0
Ron Paul 5 4.38% 0
Mitt Romney 0 0.00% 0
Total 115 100.00% 9

Puerto Rico caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: February 24, 2008
National delegates: 20

Puerto Rico Republican presidential caucus, 2008[114]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 188 90.38% 20
Mike Huckabee 10 4.80% 0
Ron Paul 9 4.32% 0
Mitt Romney 0 0.00% 0
Total 208 100.00% 20

Ohio primary[edit]

Primary date: March 4, 2008
National delegates: 85

Ohio Republican presidential primary, 2008[115]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 636,256 60% 79
Mike Huckabee 325,581 31% 0
Ron Paul 49,027 5% 0
Total 1,010,864 100% 79

Rhode Island primary[edit]

Primary date: March 4, 2008
National delegates: 17

Rhode Island Republican presidential primary, 2008[115]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 17,468 68.1% 13
Mike Huckabee 5,839 22.8% 4
Ron Paul 1,775 6.9% 0
Uncommitted 567 2.2% 0
Total 25,649 100 17

Texas primary[edit]

Primary date: March 4, 2008
National delegates: 137

Texas Republican presidential primary, 2008[115]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 707,622 51% 80
Mike Huckabee 521,950 38% 16
Ron Paul 69,824 5% 0
Total 1,380,907 94% 96

Vermont primary[edit]

Primary date: March 4, 2008
National delegates: 17

Vermont Republican presidential primary, 2008
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 28,488 77.6% 17
Mike Huckabee 5,615 15.3% 0
Ron Paul 2,627 7.1% 0
Total 36,730 100% 17

Guam caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: March 8, 2008
National delegates: 6

Guam Republican presidential caucus, 2008[116]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 9 100.0% 6
Ron Paul 0 0% 0
Mike Huckabee 0 0% 0
Total - 100.00% 6

Mississippi primary[edit]

Primary date: March 11, 2008
National delegates: 36

Mississippi Republican presidential caucus, 2008[117]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 113,074 79.0% 36
Mike Huckabee 17,943 13.0% 0
Ron Paul 5,510 4.0% 0
Total 136,527 100.00% 36

Tennessee state committee meeting[edit]

Committee meeting date: April 5, 2008
National delegates: 12 (see note below)

Tennessee chooses 40 other delegates during the state committee meeting on February 5, 2008.[34]

United States Virgin Islands caucuses[edit]

Caucus date: April 5, 2008
National delegates: 6

United States Virgin Islands Republican Territorial Meeting, 2008[118]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 102 31.5% 0
Mitt Romney 60 18.5% 0
Ron Paul 9 2.8% 0
Uncommitted 153 47.2% 6
Total 324 100 6

Pennsylvania primary[edit]

Primary date: April 22, 2008
National delegates: 62 (see note below)

Pennsylvania primary, 2008[119]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 587,210 73% 74*
Ron Paul 128,483 16% 0
Mike Huckabee 91,430 11% 0
Total 807,123 100% 74

* Delegates are essentially elected as unpledged to the national convention in the Pennsylvania primary.

Minnesota district conventions[edit]

Convention date: May 3, 2008 – May 24, 2008
National delegates: 24 (see note below)

Minnesota chooses 14 other delegates during the state convention on June 7, 2008. In addition, Minnesota holds non-binding caucuses on February 5, 2008.[27]

Indiana primary[edit]

Primary date: May 6, 2008
National delegates: 27 (see note below)

Indiana chooses 27 other delegates during the state convention from June 9 to June 10, 2008.[64]

North Carolina primary[edit]

Primary date: May 6, 2008
National delegates: 69

Nebraska primary[edit]

Primary date: May 13, 2008
National delegates: 33

West Virginia primary[edit]

Primary date: May 13, 2008
National delegates: 9 (see note below)

West Virginia chooses 18 other delegates during caucuses on February 5, 2008.[36]

100% of precincts reporting[120]
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
John McCain 89,683 76.0% 9
Mike Huckabee* 12,175 10.3% 0
Ron Paul 5,914 5.0% 0
Mitt Romney* 5,188 4.4% 0
Rudolph Giuliani* 2,831 2.4% 0
Alan Keyes 1,427 1.2% 0
Others 727 0.6% 0
Total 117,945 100% 9

*Candidate suspended campaign prior to this primary

Kentucky primary[edit]

Primary date: May 20, 2008
National delegates: 45

Kentucky Republican presidential primary, 2008
100% of precincts reporting[121]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg John McCain 142,918 72.26% 42
Mike Huckabee 16,388 8.29% 0
Ron Paul 13,427 6.79% 0
Mitt Romney 9,206 4.65% 0
Rudy Giuliani 3,055 1.54% 0
Alan Keyes 2,044 1.03% 0

New York state committee meeting[edit]

Meeting dates: May 20, 2008 – May 21, 2008
National delegates: 11 (see note below)

New York chooses 87 other delegates during a primary on February 5, 2008.[31]

Oregon primary[edit]

Primary date: May 20, 2008
National delegates: 30

Kansas state committee meeting[edit]

Meeting date: May 22, 2008
National delegates: 10

Kansas chooses 26 other delegates during a primary on February 9, 2008.[37]

Colorado district conventions[edit]

Convention dates: May 24, 2008 – June 7, 2008
National delegates: 21 (see note below)

Colorado chooses 22 other delegates during caucuses on February 5, 2008.[21]

Idaho primary[edit]

Primary date: May 27, 2008
National delegates: 26

100% of precincts reporting
Candidate Votes Percentage Delegates
John McCain 87,460 69.65% 17
Ron Paul 29,785 23.72% 6
Uncommitted 8,325 6.63% 1

Wyoming state convention[edit]

Convention date: May 31, 2008
National delegates: 2 (see note below)

Wyoming held county conventions on January 5, 2008 to choose 12 other delegates. Also, in accordance with Republican National Committee rules, Wyoming was stripped of half of its 28 delegates for holding primary contests before February 5, 2008.[7]

South Dakota primary[edit]

Primary date: June 3, 2008
National delegates: 24

New Mexico primary[edit]

Primary date: June 3, 2008
National delegates: 29

Pennsylvania state committee meeting[edit]

Meeting date: June 6, 2008 – June 7, 2008
National delegates: 9 (see note below)

Pennsylvania chooses 62 other delegates during a primary on April 22, 2008.[55]

Illinois state convention[edit]

Convention date: June 7, 2008
National delegates: 10 (see note below)

Illinois chooses 57 other delegates during a primary on February 5, 2008.[25]

Minnesota state convention[edit]

Convention date: June 7, 2008
National delegates: 14 (see note below)

Minnesota chooses 24 other delegates during district conventions from May 3 to May 24, 2008. In addition, Minnesota holds non-binding caucuses on February 5, 2008.[27]

Indiana state convention[edit]

Convention dates: June 9, 2008 – June 10, 2008
National delegates: 27 (see note below)

Indiana chooses 27 other delegates during a primary on May 6, 2008.[64]

Nebraska state convention[edit]

Convention date: July 12, 2008
National delegates: 33 (see note below)

Nebraska's National Convention delegates are not bound by the results of the Presidential Preference Primary held on May 13, 2008.[58]

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