January 16, 2008

Michigan Presidential Primary Results

Carroll Andrew Morse

100% of the precincts have reported to CNN. The results are…


  • Mitt Romney, 337,847 (39%)
  • John McCain, 257,521 (30%)
  • Mike Huckabee, 139,699 (16%)
  • Ron Paul, 54,434 (6%)
  • Fred Thompson, 32,135 (4%)
  • Rudy Giuliani, 24,706 (3%)


  • Hillary Clinton, 328,151 (55%)
  • Uncommitted, 236,723 (40%)
  • Dennis Kucinich, 21,708 (4%)
Barack Obama and John Edwards chose not to appear on the Michigan ballot, to support the Democratic party's effort to prevent states from moving their primary dates too far forward (According to CNN, no actual delegates are being awarded on the Democratic side as the result of this primary). Thus Hillary Clinton won only 55% of the vote in a Democratic primary where she was running virtually unopposed.

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So 236,723 people showed up to vote against Hillary in a primary that doesn't matter? If that doesn't say something about how unpopular she is in her own party, I don't know what does.

Posted by: Greg at January 16, 2008 10:10 AM
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