Election Center
VIEW RESULTS BY:

COUNTY RESULTS:*

CHOOSE VIEW: Table  |  Map

REPUBLICAN CAUCUSES February 7, 2012

Race
Candidate
County Votes*
Vote%
Est. % In
Aitkin

reporting
Anoka

reporting
Becker

reporting
Beltrami

reporting
Benton

reporting
Big Stone

reporting
Blue Earth

reporting
Brown

reporting
Carlton

reporting
Carver

reporting
Cass

reporting
Chippewa

reporting
Chisago

reporting
Clay

reporting
Clearwater

reporting
Cook

reporting
Cottonwood

reporting
Crow Wing

reporting
Dakota

reporting
Dodge

reporting
Douglas

reporting
Faribault

reporting
Fillmore

reporting
Freeborn

reporting
Goodhue

reporting
Grant

reporting
Hennepin

reporting
Houston

reporting
Hubbard

reporting
Isanti

reporting
Itasca

reporting
Jackson

reporting
Kanabec

reporting
Kandiyohi

reporting
Kittson

reporting
Koochiching

reporting
Lac Qui Parle

reporting
Lake

reporting
Lake of the Woods

reporting
Le Sueur

reporting
Lincoln

reporting
Lyon

reporting
Mahnomen

reporting
Marshall

reporting
Martin

reporting
McLeod

reporting
Meeker

reporting
Mille Lacs

reporting
Morrison

reporting
Mower

reporting
Murray

reporting
Nicollet

reporting
Nobles

reporting
Norman

reporting
Olmsted

reporting
Otter Tail

reporting
Pennington

reporting
Pine

reporting
Pipestone

reporting
Polk

reporting
Pope

reporting
Ramsey

reporting
Red Lake

reporting
Redwood

reporting
Renville

reporting
Rice

reporting
Rock

reporting
Roseau

reporting
Scott

reporting
Sherburne

reporting
Sibley

reporting
St. Louis

reporting
Stearns

reporting
Steele

reporting
Stevens

reporting
Swift

reporting
Todd

reporting
Traverse

reporting
Wabasha

reporting
Wadena

reporting
Waseca

reporting
Washington

reporting
Watonwan

reporting
Wilkin

reporting
Winona

reporting
Wright

reporting
Yellow Medicine

reporting
Special Notes
  • While results are being processed, candidates are ranked within each county by the number of votes received in that county. After a candidate is projected the winner for the state, the candidate moves to the top of each county table regardless of whether the candidate is leading in the individual county vote totals. The other candidates in each county table are sorted by the number of votes received in that county.