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The Ultimate Republican Nomination Information Chart

by: Oreo

Tue Feb 28, 2012 at 12:50:37 PM EST


Information has been gathered from various sources including The Green Papers, FHQ, State Party websites and our Superdelegate List and Unbound Delegate List. Candidates are abbreviated in the chart as follows: R-Romney, S-Santorum, G-Gingrich, P-Paul, and U-Uncommitted. In most cases delegates become unbound once their candidate releases them.

Updated and frozen 4/3/12

Click on a column's title to sort by that column.

State Total
Delegates
Date Vote
Winner
Delegate
Allocation
Delegates
Bound/Unbound
Bound Through Ballot Superdelegates Allocation Type
Alabama 50 3/13 Santorum
S-22  R-14
G-11
47 Bound All3 S-1
Proportional
Alaska 27 3/06 Romney
R-8 S-8 P-6 G-2
24 Boundnd if candidate is last) 2nd. After that unbound
if candidate is last
3 Proportional
American Samoa 9 3/13 Romney
R-6 6 Unbound NA
3 R-3
Caucus
Arizona 29 2/28 Romney R-29 29 Bound 1st
0 WTA*
Arkansas 36 5/22     33 Bound 1st
3 Proportional
California 172 6/5     169 Bound 2nd unless <10%
on 1st
3 WTA by CD and State
Colorado 36 2/07 Santorum TBD 4/14
33 Bound All
3 Caucus
Connecticut 28 4/24     25 Bound 1st
3 WTA if >50%
DC 19 4/03 Romney
 
16 Bound All
3 R-1 WTA
Delaware 17 4/24     17 Bound 1st
0 WTA
Florida 50 1/31 Romney R-50 50 Bound 3rd
0 WTA*
Georgia 76 3/06 Gingrich
G-52 R-21 S-3 76 Bound 2nd
0 >50% in district WTA
State is Proportional
Guam 9 3/10 Romney
R-6
6 Unbound NA
3 R-3
Caucus
Hawaii 20 3/13 Romney
R-9 S-3 P-5
17 Bound 1st
3 Proportional
Idaho 32 3/06 Romney
R-32
32 Bound 1st
0 WTA if >50%
Illinois 69 3/20 Romney
R-41 S-10
54 Unbound by CD
12 Unbound At-large
NA
3 R-2 2-4 dels (w/ prez preference) per CD elected directly. 12 at-large picked at convention. All unbound.
Indiana 46 5/08  
  27 Bound
16 Unbound
 
3 R-2 WTA by District
16 at convention
Iowa 28 1/03 Santorum TBD 6/16
25 Unbound NA3 P-1 S-1 Caucus
Kansas 40 3/10 Santorum
S-33 R-7
40 Bound All0 Proportional
Kentucky 45 5/22     42 Bound 1st
3 Proportional
Louisiana 46 3/24 Santorum
S-10 R-5 U-10
20 Bound
23 Unbound
 3 20 are Proportional
23 chosen at state conv.
Maine 24 1/29-3/03 Romney TBD 5/6
21 Unbound NA
3 R-2 Caucus
Maryland 37 4/03 Romney
  37 Bound 2nd
0 WTA
Massachusetts 41 3/06 Romney
R-38
38 Bound 1st
3 R-2 Proportional
Michigan 30 2/28 Romney R-16 S-14 30 Bound 1st
0 State-wide prop
Each CD WTA
Minnesota 40 2/07 Santorum TBD 5/5
40 Bound  1st only if decided
at state convention
3 G-1 Caucus
Mississippi 40 3/13 Santorum
S-13 G-12 R-12
37 Bound All
3 R-1 WTA if >50%
Missouri 52 3/15-3/24     49 Bound 1st
3 Caucus
Montana 26 6/05     23 Unbound NA
3 R-1
WTA
Nebraska 35 5/15     32 Bound 2nd
3 Advisory
Nevada 28 2/24 Romney R-14 P-5 G-6 S-3 28 Bound 1st
0 Caucus
New Hampshire 12 1/10 Romney R-8 P-3
H-1 Unbound
10 Bound
2 Unbound
All
0 Proportional
New Jersey 50 6/05     50 Bound 3rd
0 Proportional
New Mexico 23 6/05     20 Bound 1st
3 WTA if >50%
New York 95 4/24     92 Bound  3 G-1 Proportional
North Carolina 55 5/08     55 Bound  0 Proportional
North Dakota 28 3/06 Santorum
  25 Unbound NA
3 Caucus
Northern Marianas 9 3/10 Romney
R-6
6 Unbound NA
3 R-3
WTA
Ohio 66 3/06 Romney
R-38 S-21
63 Bound  3 WTA
Oklahoma 43 3/06 Santorum
S-14 R-13 G-13
40 Bound All
3 Proportional
Oregon 28 5/15     25 Bound 2nd
3 Proportional
Pennsylvania 72 4/24     69 Unbound NA
3 R-1 WTA if >50%
Puerto Rico 23 3/18 Romney
R-20
20 Bound 1st
3 R-3 WTA if >50%
Rhode Island 19 4/24     16 Bound All
3 R-2 WTA by District
& State
South Carolina 25 1/21 Gingrich G-23 R-2 25 Boundt) 2nd unless
<30% on 1st ballot
0 WTA by CD and state
South Dakota 28 6/05     25 Bound 1st
3 Proportional
Tennessee 58 3/06 Santorum
S-29 R-17 G-9 55 Bound 2nd
3 WTA
Texas 155 5/29     152 Bound 1st
3 WTA if >50%
Utah 40 6/26     40 bound 1st
0 WTA
Vermont 17 3/06 Romney
R-9 S-4 P-4
17 Bound 1st
0 WTA if >50%
Virgin Islands 9 3/10 Romney

R-4 P-1 U-1

6 Unbound NA
3 R-3 WTA by District
Proportional for
State
Virginia 49 3/06 Romney
R-43 P-3
46 Bound 1st
3 District is WTA
State is WTA if >50%
Washington 43 3/03 Romney
TBD 6/2
40 Bound 1st
3 WTA by CD
Proportional by State
West Virginia 31 5/08     28 Bound  3 R-2 Delegate Primary
Wisconsin 42 4/03 Romney
  39 Boundballot) All unless
<1/3 on any ballot
3 WTA by CD and state
Wyoming 29 3/06-3/10 Romney
R-8 S-2 P-1 U-1
26 Unbound NA
3 R-1 Caucus
               

Notes:
- While Arizona and Florida are winner takes all according to their state parties, this goes against GOP rules.
- Table is now sortable if you click on a column header.
- In Virginia Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are the only candidates on the ballot.
- For states that don't allocate delegates to the national convention directly from their primary/caucus the chart shows TBD and the final date in which all delegates will have been allocated. Several states allocate delegates at multiple party functions.

Oreo :: The Ultimate Republican Nomination Information Chart

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Please update Michigan. (0.00 / 0)
After Mitt's back room deal it has changed to be
16 Romney
14 Santorum

http://news.yahoo.com/michigan...

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Already done (0.00 / 0)
You can always check the linked spreadsheet to see the breakdown.

[ Parent ]
States with nothing in the Delegate Allocation Column (0.00 / 0)
I came here specifically this time to see if Illinois was a WTA state, but I am curious about all the states that do not have anything in the Delegate Allocation Column?

Please continue this conversation if you want by finding me on twitter @Lord_Chadeous

Illinois is a "loophole" primary (0.00 / 0)
There are parallel votes in the CDs for the candidate, and for delegates (2-3 per CD). The votes for the candidate are meaningless. The votes for the delegate determine which delegates are selected, and the delegates can endorse a candidate, or not.

In additional there are 12 at-large delegates chosen by the state convention, plus the 3 superdelegates. All 15 are unbound.


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