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2008 Nevada Presidential Caucus News and Maps

Jan 18th, 2008

News Coverage of the January 19th, 2008 Nevada Presidential Caucus

Mitt Romney wins Republican Presidential Primary in Nevada: Mitt Romney wins Nevada with 51% of the votes, followed by Ron Paul with 14% and John McCain with 13%. Romney won all but one of Nevada’s counties.
Hillary Clinton wins Democrat Presidential Primary in Nevada: Hillary Clinton wins Nevada with 51%, followed closely Barack Obama with 45%. Clinton drew most of her support from Las Vegas and the surrounding suburbs. John Edwards received less than 4%.

Nevada Caucus Election Maps from the New York Times

Democrats

Nevada Democratic Presidential Caucus Maps

Republicans

Nevada Republican Presidential Caucus Maps

Nevada Caucus Result Maps: Romney vs. Paul and Clinton vs. Obama
Nevada Caucus Map:  Romney vs. Paul and Clinton vs. Obama

Nevada Caucus Election Maps from the Washington Post

Nevada Presidential Caucus News and Maps from the washington post

Democrat Presidential Candidates

  1. Hillary Clinton 50.7%
  2. Barack Obama 45.2%
  3. John Edwards 3.8%
 

Republican Presidential Candidates

  1. Mitt Romney 51.1%
  2. Ron Paul 13.7%
  3. John McCain 12.7%
  4. Mike Huckabee 8.2%
  5. Fred Thompson 7.9%
  6. Rudy Giuliani 4.3%

Pre-Election Coverage

USA Today Polls of Nevada Presidential Caucus
On the eve of the Nevada Caucus, Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic Presidential Candidates in the polls with 35%, but is trailed closely by Barack Obama with 32% and John Edwards with 25%.
Democratic Presidential Candidates

Pre-Election Coverage

USA Today Polls of Nevada Presidential Caucus
Mitt Romney leads the Republican Candidates in recent polls with 28%, trailed closely by John McCain with 21%. Followed by Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, Fred Thompson and Ron Paul.
Republican Candidates

Pre-Election Coverage

New York Times Nevada Primary Coverage
New York Times Nevada Caucus Coverage

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