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Republican primaries schedule and results

By United Press International   |   Jan. 5, 2012 at 3:01 AM
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The following are the dates for the 2012 Republican presidential primaries and their results. All are Tuesdays unless otherwise noted:


Jan. 3: Iowa caucus: (Unofficial) Mitt Romney 24.5 percent (30,015), Rick Santorum 24.5 percent (30,007), Ron Paul, 21.4 percent (26,219), Newt Gingrich 13.3 percent (16,251), Rick Perry 10.3 percent (12,604), Michele Bachmann, 5.0 percent (6,073), Jon Huntsman 0.6 percent (745), No Preference 0.1 percent (135), Other 0.1 percent (117), Herman Cain 0 percent (58).


Remaining primaries and caucuses:

Jan. 10: New Hampshire

Jan. 21: (Saturday): South Carolina

Jan. 31: Florida

Feb. 4 (Saturday): Nevada (caucus)

Feb. 4-10: Maine (caucus)

Feb. 7: Colorado (caucus), Minnesota (caucus), Missouri (non-delegate primary)

Feb. 28: Arizona, Michigan

March 3: (Saturday): Washington (caucus)

March 6: Super Tuesday -- Alaska (caucus), Georgia, Idaho (caucus), Massachusetts, North Dakota (caucus), Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia.

March 6-10: Wyoming (caucus)

March 10 (Saturday): Kansas (caucus), Virgin Islands (caucus)

March 13: Alabama, Hawaii (caucus), Mississippi

March 17 (Saturday): Missouri (GOP caucus to determine convention delegates)

March 20: Illinois

March 24: Louisiana

April 3: District of Columbia, Maryland, Texas, Wisconsin

April 24: Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island

May 8: Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia

May 15: Nebraska, Oregon

May 22: Arkansas, Kentucky

June 5: California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota

June 26: Utah

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