2012 New Hampshire Primary Results: Mitt Romney Wins!
11 January 2012 4:48 AM | 16 Comments
2012 New Hampshire Primary Results *100% reporting: Mitt Romney 97,532 votes 39.3% – 5 delegates Ron Paul 56,848 votes 22.9% – 3 delegates Jon Huntsman 41,945 votes 16.9% – 2...Read More
Romney Continues to Slip in the Suffolk Poll, Huntsman and Gingrich Tick Up
10 January 2012 1:16 AM | 8 Comments
Former Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney, has dropped a full 10 points from five days ago, when he had 43% of likely GOP voters to 33% in a January 9th Suffolk...Read More
Who will win the 2012 New Hampshire Primary? (Exp. 01-10-12)
- Ron Paul (30%, 2,782 Votes)
- Mitt Romney (24%, 2,191 Votes)
- Jon Hunstman (21%, 1,978 Votes)
- Newt Gingrich (10%, 955 Votes)
- Rick Santourm (9%, 858 Votes)
- Buddy Roemer (3%, 320 Votes)
- Rick Perry (3%, 187 Votes)
Total Voters: 9,271Loading ...
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- Newt Gingrich
Author of 25 books including "Real Change: The Fight for America's Future".
- Jon Huntsman
He was elected Governor of Utah in 2004 and won re-election in 2008. He implemented the largest tax cut in the state's history.
- Ron Paul
He was the Libertarian Party nominee for president in 1988. He finished with 432,179 votes.
- Rick Perry
Rick Perry has written two books: On My Honor: Why the American Values of the Boy Scouts are Worth Fighting For and Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington.
- Buddy Roemer
At age 16 he earned a spot at Harvard College where he earned a BS in Economics and later an MBA in Finance at the Harvard Business School.
Roemer is the founder and CEO of Business First Bank, a community bank with approximately $650 million in assets.
- Mitt Romney
He was the CEO of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and turned a $379 million dollar debt into a $100 million profit.
- Rick Santorum
He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania's 18th district from 1991 to 1995.
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