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March 6, 2012

Super Tuesday election results by state

http://www.jewishjournal.com/politics/article/developing_super_tuesday_winners_state-by-state_20120306

Georgia -

Gingrich

Gingrich wins Republican primary in Georgia, TV networks project

Newt Gingrich won the Republican presidential primary in his home state of Georgia, TV networks projected on Tuesday, giving the former congressman his second victory of the primary season.

Gingrich, who spent much of the last week campaigning on his home turf, last won a victory in January in South Carolina. Georgia has the biggest number of delegates of the states holding nominating contests on Super Tuesday and Gingrich had said he had to win the state to keep his campaign viable.

Reporting by Deborah Charles; Editing by Vicki Allen


Idaho - Romney

Romney projected winner in Idaho

Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential caucuses in Idaho on Tuesday, Fox News projected.

With 12 percent reporting, former Massachusetts governor Romney had 78 percent support, to 11 percent for Texas Congressman Ron Paul, his closest competitor.

Reporting By Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Doina Chiacu


Massachusetts - Romney

Romney projected winner in Massachusetts, CNN

Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential primary on Tuesday in Massachusetts, the state where he was governor, CNN and Fox projected, easily defeating Rick Santorum, his closest rival.

Reporting By Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Doina Chiacu


North Dakota - Santorum

Santorum projected winner of North Dakota caucuses

Rick Santorum, a former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania, won the Republican presidential caucuses in North Dakota on Tuesday, CNN projected.

Congressman Ron Paul of Texas was in second place and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was in third with 78 percent of the votes counted, CNN said.

Newt Gingrich, a former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, was in fourth place.

Reporting By Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Vicki Allen


Ohio - Mitt Romney

TV Networks: Romney beats Santorum to win Ohio Republican primary

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney scored a narrow victory over Rick Santorum to win the Republican presidential primary in Ohio, television networks projected.

Romney, who had trailed Santorum in the state for most of the night, was 12,000 votes ahead with 96 percent of the vote counted. He was declared winner in five races so far on Super Tuesday. Reporting by Deborah Charles; Editing by Vicki Allen


Oklahoma - Santorum

Rick Santorum wins Oklahoma Republican Presidential primary, Fox News projects

Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum won the Republican presidential primary in Oklahoma on Tuesday, Fox News projected shortly after polls closed.

It was the first victory of the night for Santorum, a staunch conservative who has been trying to establish himself as the conservative alternative to the more moderate front-runner Mitt Romney. Ten states are voting in nominating contests on Super Tuesday.

Reporting by Deborah Charles and Emily Stephenson; Editing by Vicki Allen


Tennessee - Santorum

TV Projections: Santorum wins in Tennessee primary

Rick Santorum won the Republican presidential primary in Tennessee on Tuesday, U.S. television’s NBC and CNN networks projected, defeating rival Mitt Romney.

Reporting By Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Vicki Allen


Vermont - Romney

Romney wins Republican primary in Vermont

Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential primary in Vermont, beating out Rick Santorum and Ron Paul - his closest rivals in the state, Fox news projected on Tuesday

Romney, the former governor of neighboring Massachusetts, was declared the winner about 30 minutes after the polls closed. It was the second win of th night for Romney, who is hoping for a good showing in many of the 10 states voting in primary elections and caucuses on Super Tuesday.

Reporting by Deborah Charles; Editing by Vicki Allen


Virginia - Romney

Romney projected winner in Virginia, TV networks

Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential primary in Virginia on Tuesday, MSNBC and Fox projected, easily defeating Texas Congressman Ron Paul, the only other contender on the ballot.

Reporting By Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Doina Chiacu

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