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South Carolina Primary – Saturday, January 21st

Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina with 40% of the vote. Romney follows with 28%, Santorum 17% and Paul 13%.

2012 Republican Primary Maps

The Republican primary will determine their candidate against Barack Obama’s re-election in November and the links below will help you stay in formed.   2012 Republican Primary News Coverage: New York Times Washington Post  CNN Front loading HQ 538

Map the Candidates from Slate.com

August 24, 2008 Update: Map the Candidates.com has launched for the general election. The map of campaign stops since June shows that both campaigns are spending significant time in the mid-West and consider Ohio and Michigan to be critically important swing states www.mapthecandidates.com December 17, 2007 Primary Coverage Slate.com has built a mashup of primary […]

2008 South Carolina Presidential Primary News and Maps

News Coverage of the 2008 South Carolina Presidential Primary

John McCain wins January 19th Republican Presidential Primary in South Carolina: Eight years after his Presidential campaign imploded in South Carolina, John McCain wins the Republican presidential primary with 33% of the vote. McCain was followed by Huckabee (30%), Thompson (16%), Romney (15%), Paul (4%) and Giuliani (2%).
Barack Obama wins the January 26th Democratic Presidential Primary: In the bitter campaign charged with racial tension, won a commandinding victory with 55% of the vote. Clinton received 27% and Edwards 18%.

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