Posted by: mattvote | December 28, 2011

Election Digest 2012 – Delegat-opoly: Convention Calls (updated 021112)

While the particulars of each state’s election will be posted here at All Politics is Local

having the overall picture of Delegate counts will have this page.

The list of Primaries and Caucuses is from thegreenpapers.com.  List of endorsements by elected officials is at http://innovation.cq.com/pub/table/index.php?id=69&ref=rc

 

 

February 11, 2012 update

For several election days no actual delegates to the convention have been at stake.  Feb. 11, 2011 with Maine is the same.

Not only no delegates but three areas will not have any vote in the caucus for several more weeks.

February 7, 2011 Update

Non binding but elections! Minnesota, Missouri, Colorado.  It is nice to see elections but these have no influence in the selection of delegates to the convention.  I’m like them because we get to cover an election.  woohoo!

9.85106383 0.079 0.008 0.028 0.005
2012 Presidential   Primary R 1145/2286 D 2778/5555
Dels decided to date 138 282 Rom Paul Ging Sant
by candidate 162 91 9 32 6
Guam Republicans 0
Northern   Mariana Republicans 0
superdels 23 18 1 3 1
Tuesday, January 3:
Iowa   caucuses (D and R decided 3, 12April/13June)
Tuesday, January 10:
New Hampshire 12 12 28 7 3 0 2
Saturday, January 21:
South Carolina Republican   primary 25 0 2 0 23 0
Nevada Dem (non-binding   caucus) 0 36
Saturday, January 28:
South Carolina Democratic   primary 0 56 uncontested
Tuesday, January 31:
Florida 50 50 0 0 0
Saturday, February 4: 0
(through Feb 11) Maine R caucuses 0 0 non binding
Nevada Republican caucuses 28 0 14 5 6 3
Tuesday, February 7:
Colorado Republican caucuses 0 0
Minnesota Republican caucuses 0 0
Missouri (D primary, R non-binding) 0
18-Feb-11
Nevada Democratic caucuses 1   of 3 0
Tuesday, February 28:
Arizona Republican primary 0 0
Michigan 0
Saturday, March 3:
Washington Republican   caucuses 0 0
Tuesday,   March 6 (Super Tuesday):
Alaska R district conventions 0 0
Colorado Democratic caucuses 0
Georgia 0
Idaho Republican caucuses 0 0
Massachusetts 0
Minnesota D caucuses 0
North Dakota R caucuses 0 0
Ohio 0
Oklahoma 0
Tennessee 0
Vermont 0
Virginia 0
Virgin Islands caucuses 0
(through Mar 10) Wyoming R caucuses 0 0
0
Wednesday, March 7: 0
Hawaii Democratic caucuses 0
0
Saturday, March 10: 0
Kansas Republican caucuses 0 0
0
Sunday, March 11: 0
Maine Democratic caucuses 0
0
Tuesday, March 13: 0
Alabama 0
American Samoa R caucuses 0 0
Hawaii Republican caucuses 0 0
Mississippi 0
Utah Democratic caucuses 0
0
Saturday, March 17: 0
Missouri Republican caucuses 0 0
0
Sunday, March 18: 0
Puerto Rico Republican   caucuses 0 0
0
Tuesday, March 20: 0
Illinois 0
0
Saturday, March 24: 0
Louisiana 0
0
Tuesday, April 3: 0
Maryland 0
Texas 0
Washington, DC 0
Wisconsin 0
0
Saturday, April 14: 0
Idaho Democratic caucuses 0
Kansas Democratic   caucuses 0
Nebraska Democratic caucuses 0
Wyoming Democratic caucuses 0
Nevada Democratic 2 of 3   steps 0
0
0
Sunday, April 15: 0
Alaska Democratic caucuses 0
(through   May 5) Florida D   caucuses 0
Washington Democratic   caucuses 0
0
Tuesday, April 24: 0
Connecticut 0
Delaware 0
New York 0
Pennsylvania 0
Rhode Island 0
0
Saturday, May 5: 0
Michigan Democratic caucuses 0
0
Tuesday, May 8: 0
Indiana 0
North Carolina 0
West Virginia 0
0
Tuesday, May 15: 0
Nebraska 0
Oregon 0
0
Tuesday, May 22: 0
Arkansas 0
Kentucky 0
0
Tuesday, June 5: 0
California 0
Montana 0
New Jersey 0
New Mexico 0
North Dakota D caucuses 0
South Dakota 0
0
9-Jun 0
Nevada Democratic Caucus 3rd   of 3 0
0
Tuesday, June 26: 0
Utah (Republicans only) 0 0
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