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RESULTS: June 5, 2012 - Multi-state Events

Republican Presidential Primaries

Five states - California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota - hold GOP presidential primaries on June 5. The states hold a combined total of 299 delegates. The delegates will be awarded proportionally in California, Montana, New Mexico and South Dakota. New Jersey is a winner-take-all state. No delegates are stake in Montana on the contest date. The delegates in that state will be allocated at a state convention.
DEMOCRATIC CONTESTS
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES / CAUCUSES June 5, 2012
Barack Obama Barack Obama
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
California
Primary


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Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
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Del*
Est. % In
Montana
Primary


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New Jersey
Primary


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Status
Candidate
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New Mexico
Primary


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South Dakota
Primary


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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.