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New Hampshire Primary 2012 Results: Election Reporting By County (MAP, REAL-TIME DATA) (Original Post) EarlG Jan 2012 OP
I don't get why Ron Paul is getting so many votes. chrisa Jan 2012 #1
There was, apparently, a high "independent voter" turnout, more than anticipated. nt MADem Jan 2012 #2
Romney wins as predicted... ellisonz Jan 2012 #3
I expected nothing less if only because he's an New Englander rocktivity Jan 2012 #4
That bears repeating: Perry 188 votes...0.6% MilesColtrane Jan 2012 #5
I'm loving his flameout Lone_Star_Dem Jan 2012 #7
Yes, don't you just love that! racaulk Jan 2012 #8
Lol, Others got more votes than Rick Perry. n/t Jamastiene Jan 2012 #6


(4,524 posts)
1. I don't get why Ron Paul is getting so many votes.
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 08:51 PM
Jan 2012

He should be at most, a 5 - 10% candidate. Oh well.


(27,711 posts)
3. Romney wins as predicted...
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 09:12 PM
Jan 2012

...on to South Carolina.

Ron Paul making a strong showing.

10,393 votes


7,029 votes

5,243 votes

3,029 votes

2,758 votes

188 votes



(44,572 posts)
4. I expected nothing less if only because he's an New Englander
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 09:19 PM
Jan 2012

but he doesn't have the luxury of losing by a slim margin. If Paul can get within, say ten points, he won't have anything to brag about -- if only because he's a New Englander!



(28,158 posts)
7. I'm loving his flameout
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 09:41 PM
Jan 2012

It wouldn't be as funny if the media hadn't inflated his head even further when he tossed his hat into the race. What happens when you release an over-inflated untied balloon? Newton's third law, baby. Watching Perry be introduced to the basics of physics has been too fun.


(11,550 posts)
8. Yes, don't you just love that!
Tue Jan 10, 2012, 10:22 PM
Jan 2012

All of these schmucks that have taken turns driving the GOP clown car have been great for entertainment value, and it has been wonderful seeing each of them propped up by the media just to see them come crashing down. First Cain, then Bachmann, now it's Perry's turn.

Love it!

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