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RESULTS: May 8, 2012 - Multi-state Events

Republican Presidential Primaries

Three states - Indiana, North Carolina and West Virginia - hold primaries on May 8. The states have a total of 132 delegates: Indiana (46), North Carolina (31) and West Virginia (55). On May 8, 107 delegates will be at stake. All delegates will be awarded proportionally.
DEMOCRATIC CONTESTS
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES / CAUCUSES May 8, 2012
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President Barack Obama, who is running uncontested in most states for the 2012 Democratic presidential nomination, has captured enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee, according to a CNN estimate.
STATE BY STATE COUNT
Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
%
Del*
Est. % In
Indiana
Primary


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Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
%
Del*
Est. % In
North Carolina
Primary


County:
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Exit Polls

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Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
%
Del*
Est. % In
West Virginia
Primary


County:
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Exit Polls

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Special Notes
  • Del* - The delegate column shows the most recent estimated number of pledged delegates from this state.
  • Candidates are ranked in order of votes or state delegates received during primaries and caucuses, and not by the most recent estimated number of pledged delegates.
  • In some states, including New Hampshire, votes are collected by towns in addition to counties.