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Democratic Presidential: Open primary
159 total delegates* -- 140 tied to March 2 primary

State Information: 20 electoral votes
7,138,932 registered voters -- voters do not register by party
This page represents results, including delegate count, reported immediately after each state's contest. More >
updated: 11:02 a.m.,
March 12

Kerry 617,611 52%81 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Edwards 408,175 34%55
  Kucinich 107,685 9%4
  Dean 30,213 3%0

 Ohio has 140 pledged and 19 unpledged delegates. Of the 140 pledged delegates, 91 are district-level delegates (based on results of a given district's binding primary), 31 are at-large delegates and 18 are "party leader and elected official" (PLEO) delegates. Of the 19 unpledged delegates, five are Democratic congressmen, 11 are local Democratic National Committee members and three are add-ons chosen by the state's Democratic chairman on May 8, 2004.
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