By the numbers: The Republican race

Rick Santorum's sweater vest became a fundraising tool when he sold the "official" version for a $100 donation.

Story highlights

  • Bachmann, Huntsman and Perry received no delegates
  • Gingrich staffer made more than 60 edits on Wikipedia entry
  • Santorum sold 300,000 sweater vests to raise campaign cash
  • Bachmann mentioned "Obamacare" 10 times in farewell speech

With Newt Gingrich's withdrawal earlier this week, the Republican presidential race is winding down. Although Ron Paul continues his quest -- all the way to the convention, he says -- Mitt Romney has turned his campaign toward President Barack Obama.

Here's a look at how the GOP campaign broke down by the numbers:

2,286: Total number of GOP available delegates.

1,144: Delegates needed to win the GOP nomination as of April 25, 2012.

3: Candidates who received 0 delegates -- Michele Bachmann, Jon Huntsman, and Rick Perry.

70%: Presidential campaign ads this season that have been considered "negative," according to a political advertising analysis by the Wesleyan Media Project.

360: Days Newt Gingrich was in the race (May 9, 2011 May 2, 2012).

219: Times Gingrich's wife, Callista, purportedly told him that talking about a moon colony was a terrible idea, Gingrich said while announcing on May 2 that he was suspending his campaign.

60+: Edits made on Gingrich's entry on Wikipedia.com in February 2012 by his communications director.

310: Days Rick Santorum was in the race (June 6, 2011-April 10, 2012).

$300,000: Amount raised by Santorum campaign by offering the "official" Santorum sweater vest for a $100 contribution.

19,895: Views on YouTube of the "Sleeves Slow Me Down" video, about Santorum's sweater vests.

11: Number of states won by Santorum.

0: Times Santorum mentioned Mitt Romney while announcing on April 10 that he was suspending his campaign.

210: Days Jon Huntsman was in the race (June 21, 2011-January 16, 2012).

1: Number of 2012 GOP presidential candidates who have served in the Obama administration.

197: Days Herman Cain was in the race (May 21, 2011-December 3, 2011).

27: Sum of the points in Cain's "9-9-9" plan.

18: Available toppings on a Godfather's Pizza, to make it the "manliest" pizza possible, according to Cain.

13: Tracks on Cain's 1996 gospel album, "Sunday Morning."

192: Days Michele Bachmann was in the race (June 27, 2011-January 4, 2012).

23: Number of foster children Bachmann and her husband, Marcus Bachmann, have raised. They also have five biological children.

10: Times Bachmann mentions the phrase "Obamacare" in her farewell speech on January 4, 2012.

160: Days Rick Perry was in the race (August 13, 2011-January 19, 2012).

3: Number of agencies Rick Perry said during a debate that he would eliminate, then couldn't remember what the third was.

53: Seconds he paused before he gave up with an "Oops."

84: Days Tim Pawlenty was in the race (May 23, 2011-August 14, 2011).

1: Days that Pawlenty and Perry were both in the race at the same time.

358 and counting: Days since Ron Paul announced his candidacy (May 13, 2011).

∞: Amount of time between now and when Ron Paul will drop out of the race.

187: Number of days Mitt Romney has left to campaign before the election on November 6.

      Election 2012

    • CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 06:  U.S. President Barack Obama stands on stage with first lady Michelle Obama, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden after his victory speech on election night at McCormick Place November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Obama won reelection against Republican candidate, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

      A black man is returning to the White House. Four years ago, it was a first, the breaking of a racial barrier. Tuesday night, it was history redux. And more.
    • CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 06:  U.S. President Barack Obama stands on stage after his victory speech at McCormick Place November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Obama won reelection against Republican candidate, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

      The 2012 presidential election shattered spending records, further polarized a divided country and launched a thousand hashtags.
    • Even though voters indicated to pollsters that their financial situation is the same or worse than it was four years ago, they put their trust in the president.
    • US President Barack Obama addresses a crowd of supporters on stage on election night November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. President Barack Obama swept to re-election Tuesday, forging history again by transcending a slow economic recovery and the high unemployment which haunted his first term to beat Republican Mitt Romney. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad        (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

      The president faces a long and familiar set of challenges after riding a wave of support from moderates, women and minorities to victory.
    • Republicans kept a lock on the U.S. House of Representatives, a crucial victory after the party failed to wrest away the presidency from Barack Obama and the Senate from the Democrats.