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Iowa Republican Caucuses

Election 2012 Primaries Candidates Debates Campaign Finance lowa Republican Caucuses FACEBOOK TWITTER Tuesday, January 3 Caucus Results O 1:22 24% reporting 9:30 PM ET NUMBER OF DELEGATES CANDIDATE VOTES PERCENT DELEGATES* 28 delegates Rick Santorum 6,067 23.2% The Race in lowa Mitt Romney 6,060 23.2 The lowa caucuses open the Republican nominating contest on Jan. 3. The outcome will not only set the tone for the rest of the early- voting states, but also likely start whittling down the field. Social conservatives carry significant sway, but voters say the economy and finding a candidate to beat President Obama are important factors. The changing fortunes of Newt Gingrich Ron Paul 6,018 23.0 Newt Gingrich 3,502 13.4 Rick Perry 2,733 10.4 Michele Bachmann 1,553 5.9 and Rick Santorum shows how voters are searching for a nominee to confront Mr. Obama. Mitt Romney is trying to resolve questions about his appeal to conservatives. The Ron Paul campaign is real and could surprise. Organization matters, and the results will elevate - or extinguish -- aspirations of other candidates. Others Show all 232 0.9 * Delegate counts are from The Associated Press. While the lowa caucuses are nonbinding, The A.P. provides estimates for 25 of the 28 delegates based on vote totals. The other three are unpledged party leaders. lowa Entrance Poll: Where the Candidates Found Support » 2012 Caucus Process County Leaders Size of Lead Delegate Allocation: None of lowa's 28 delegates will be bound to any candidate as a result of the Jan. 3 precinct caucuses. As in 2008, the state's delegates will be elected at district caucuses and at the state convention, which is scheduled for later in the year. The January caucuses will elect delegates to the county conventions currently scheduled for Sioux City March. Eligibility: lowans who will be 18 years old by the general election in November are eligible to participate, and attendees can register up to the day of the caucuses. Cedar Rapids

Iowa Republican Caucuses

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Rick Santorum’s campaign claimed a belated victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 — more than two weeks after the contest — when certified results showed him leading Mitt Romney by 34 votes, a ...


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