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Florida Primary Results
Wednesday, 2008 January 30 - 9:00 am

Republicans:

  • McCain: 36% (57 delegates)
  • Romney: 31%
  • Giuliani: 15%
  • Huckabee: 13%
  • Paul: 4%

Notes

  • Clinton won the Democratic vote, but Florida was stripped of its delegates by the Democratic Party for moving up its primary date.
  • Florida is a winner-take-all state for delegates.
  • Giuliani is widely expected to drop out of the race today, and possibly endorse McCain. Giuliani had counted on a strong showing in Florida.
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Comment #1 from Ken (realkato)
2008 Jan 30 - 9:26 am : #
Breaking news: Edwards is expected to drop out of the Democratic race today.

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