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UPDATED (3/7): Delegate Counts


For all the talk this season about the Republican presidential primary season, one thing keeps getting overlooked: it takes delegates to lock up a first ballot nomination. A lot of delegates. 1,144 of them, in fact.

In fact, the total number of delegates up for grabs through January 31 is 115, or only 5.1% of the total. So ignore the press when they tell you anyone can wrap up the nomination before Super Tuesday – Republican Party leaders intentionally set up the primary season to be a drawn out affair. And that’s exactly what they’re getting.

UPDATED 3/7: Super Tuesday results included. Note that there’s a whole gaggle of unallocated delegates. How they break could really shake up the race!

Below, is a basic chart showing the total number of delegates up for grabs by state and the total number each candidate has won. I’ll update this after each contest.

State by State

Candidates

Others/ Unallocated

(date)

Delegates

Gingrich

Romney

Santorum

Paul

IA (1/3)

28

1

12

13

1

1

NH (1/10)

12

0

7

0

3

2

SC (1/21)

25

25

0

0

0

0

FL (1/31)

50

      0            50        0      0             0
NV (2/4)

28

      6      14        3      5             0
CO (2/7)

36

      4      13      17      2             0
MN (2/7)

40

      4       6      19     11             0
ME (2/11)

24

      0        9       3     10             2
AZ (2/28)

29

      0      29       0      0             0
MI (2/28)

30

      0      16      14      0             0
WA (3/3)

43

      0      16       7      8            12
AK (3/6)

27

      0       0       0      0            26
GA (3/6)

76

     43      12       1      0            20
ID (3/6)

32

     0        32       0      0             0
MA (3/6)

41

      0      41       0      0             0
ND (3/6)

28

      2       7      11      8             0
OH (3/6)

66

      0      35      21      0            10
OK (3/6)

43

     13      13      17      0             0
TN (3/6)

58

     11      12       31                    4
VT (3/6)

17

      0        9        4      4             0
VA (3/6)

49

      0      43        0      3             0
WY (3/6)

29

      1      10       8      6             4
Guam (3/10)

9

KS (3/10)

40

USVI (3/10)

9

AL (3/13)

50

Samoa (3/13)

9

HI (3/13)

20

MS (3/13)

40

MO (3/17)

52

PR (3/18)

23

IL (3/20)

69

LA (3/24)

46

DC (4/3)

19

MD (4/3)

37

TX (4/3)

155

WI (4/3)

42

CT (4/24)

28

DE (4/24)

17

NY (4/24)

95

PA (4/24)

72

RI (4/24)

19

IN (5/8)

46

NC (5/8)

55

WV (5/8)

31

NE (5/15)

35

OR (5/15)

28

AR (5/22)

36

KY (5/22)

45

CA (6/5)

172

MT (6/5)

26

NJ (6/5)

50

NM (6/5)

23

SD (6/5)

28

UT (6/26)

40

Totals

2226

110

386

169 

53

81

* Maine’s caucuses open on February 4, but vote totals are not released until the following week.

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