Florida Primary Results 01.29.08 Clinton, McCain winners

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Florida Democratic Primary Results
Candidate    Votes    %
Hillary Clinton     856,944    50%
Barack Obama     568,930    33%
John Edwards     248,575    14%
Joe Biden     15,426    1%
Bill Richardson     14,782    1%
Dennis Kucinich     9,535    1%
Chris Dodd     5,402    0%
Mike Gravel     5,261    0%

Precincts: 99% | Updated: 3:15 AM ET | Source: AP

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Florida Republican Primary Results
Candidate    Votes    %
John McCain     693,425    36%
Mitt Romney     598,152    31%
Rudy Giuliani     281,755    15%
Mike Huckabee     259,703    13%
Ron Paul     62,060    3%
Fred Thompson     22,287    1%
Alan Keyes     4,003    0%
Duncan Hunter     2,787    0%
Tom Tancredo     1,556    0%

Precincts: 99% | Updated: 3:15 AM ET | Source: AP

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One thought on “Florida Primary Results 01.29.08 Clinton, McCain winners

  1. It’s a good thing Ron Paul didn’t waste his time and money in that state. Winner take all delegates with the Dem’s getting none and Repub’s only getting half, i believe. Bring on Maine and bring on super Tuesday. Ron Paul needs to show, once again, that McCain knows NOTHING about the economy in the upcoming debate. Only the names of the “insider” economists.

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