February 29, 2012

Delegate Tie in Michigan?

Carroll Andrew Morse

Multiple media sources are now reporting that Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum have evenly split the delegates awarded in yesterday's Michigan primary. CNN reports...

Of the 30 delegates at stake, Romney took 15 and Santorum took 15, with zero unallocated as of late Wednesday afternoon.

The numbers will not be final until the state certifies its ballots in the coming days.

The degree to which states have been unable to 1) schedule meaningful elections and then 2) tally the results in a timely fashion in this primary cycle is starting to become quite worrisome.

In related non-news, my abilities at forecasting Presidential elections seem to be as keen as ever.

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Michigan probably has the same problems I do:
Santorum: Sounds pretty reasonable, I am not troubled by his references to God and Satan. He probably doesn't handle snakes or read entrails. But, I admit that probably excludes him from electability.

Romney: Nice enough guy, with a strong resume. Probably a RINO.

Posted by: Warrington Faust at February 29, 2012 10:08 PM
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