The Web      Powered by

The Candidates:
• George W. Bush
• John Kerry
• Ralph Nader
• Third Parties
Showdown States:
The Conventions:
• Democratic
• Republican
The Primaries
• The Candidates
• The Delegates
View Results by:
• The Money
• The Issues
• Primary Explainer

PRIMARY RESULTS: Utah - February 24
Democratic Presidential: Modified closed primary*
29 total delegates** -- 23 tied to February 24 primary

State Information: 5 electoral votes
1,131,190 registered voters -- voters do not register by party
This page represents results, including delegate count, reported immediately after each state's contest. More >
updated: 6:24 p.m.,
March 2

Kerry 19,232 55%14 100% reporting results by county not available
  Edwards 10,384 30%9
  Kucinich 2,590 8%0
  Dean 1,335 4%0
  Uncommitted 298 1%0

 The Utah Legislature did not allocate funds for the primary. The Utah State Democratic Party is funding the primary, which is open to all Utah residents who are U.S. citizens and who will be 18 years old by the 2004 general election. Voters also must publicly declare themselves to be participating as Democrats and that they will not participate in the presidential nominating process of any other party.
 Utah has 23 pledged and six unpledged delegates. Of the 23 pledged delegates, 15 are district-level delegates (based on results of a given district's binding primary), five are at-large delegates and three are "party leader and elected official" (PLEO) delegates. Of the six unpledged delegates, five are PLEO delegates and one is an add-on selected at the state Democratic convention on May 7 and 8, 2004.
• For more about the delegate selection process, click here.
• How does CNN project winners in races? Click here.
• Exit polls are a survey of selected voters taken soon after they leave their voting place. Pollsters use this sample information, collected from a small percentage of voters, to track and project how all voters or specific segments of the voters sided on a particular race or ballot measure. For more on how to read exit polls, click here.

International Edition
CNN TV CNN International Headline News Transcripts Advertise With Us About Us
   The Web     
Powered by
© 2005 Cable News Network LP, LLLP.
A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this service is provided to you.
Read our privacy guidelines. Contact us.
external link
All external sites will open in a new browser. does not endorse external sites.
 Premium content icon Denotes premium content.
Add RSS headlines.