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PRIMARY RESULTS: March 9
Democratic Presidential Primaries
Democratic primaries take place in four Southern states -- Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas -- on Tuesday, March 9. More than 460 delegates are tied to these primaries.
This page represents results, including delegate count, reported immediately after each state's contest. More >
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTES VOTE% DEL PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
Florida
updated: 10:02 p.m.,
March 10

Kerry 578,768 77%174 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Edwards 75,219 10%3
  Sharpton 20,889 3%0
  Dean 20,717 3%0
  Kucinich 17,252 2%0
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTES VOTE% DEL PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
Louisiana
updated: 2:42 p.m.,
March 10

Kerry 112,295 70%50 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Edwards 26,004 16%10
  Dean 7,925 5%0
  Kucinich 2,403 2%0
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTES VOTE% DEL PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
Mississippi
updated: 12:04 a.m.,
March 10

Kerry 58,927 78%33 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Edwards 5,562 7%0
  Sharpton 3,865 5%0
  Dean 1,955 3%0
  Uncommitted 1,638 2%0
  Kucinich 773 1%0
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTES VOTE% DEL PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
Texas
updated: 10:24 a.m.,
March 11

Kerry 563,030 67%183 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Edwards 120,533 14%10
  Dean 40,038 5%0
  Sharpton 31,169 4%2
  Kucinich 16,023 2%0

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