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PRIMARY RESULTS: Vermont - March 2
Democratic Presidential: Open primary
22 total delegates* -- 15 tied to March 2 primary

State Information: 3 electoral votes
412,880 registered voters as of March 2003 -- voters do not register by party
This page represents results, including delegate count, reported immediately after each state's contest. More >
updated: 11:03 a.m.,
March 12

Dean 44,313 58%9 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Kerry 26,134 34%6
  Kucinich 3,404 4%0

 Vermont has 15 pledged and seven unpledged delegates. Of the 15 pledged delegates, 10 are district-level delegates (based on results of a given district's binding primary), three are at-large delegates and two are "party leader and elected official" (PLEO) delegates. Of the seven unpledged delegates, six are PLEO delegates and one is an add-on selected in May 2004.
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