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2004 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
 
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Presidential Nominating Process
Primary: Tuesday 2 March 20041
National Convention Delegate Meeting: Saturday 5 June 2004
Democrats
CandidatePopular
Vote
Delegate Votes
Hard TotalFloor Vote
Dean, Howard44,393   53.6%9.   40.9% 
Kerry, John F.26,171   31.6%6.   27.3%22.  100.0%
Edwards, John5,113    6.2%  
Kucinich, Dennis J.3,396    4.1%  
Clark, Wesley K.2,749    3.3%  
(write-in/others)673    0.8%  
LaRouche, Lyndon H., Jr.386    0.5%  
Uncommitted 7.   31.8% 
(available)   
Total82,881  100.0%22.  100.0%22.  100.0%

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Vermont Primaries for Statewide offices and Congress

 
 

The primary results on this page are from the official canvans of Vermont Secretary of State. Last update 10 March 2004.

Results from the Vermont Secretary of State: http://vermont-elections.org/elections1/2004PresPrimaryCanvass306.htm

Here's how we compute the delegate count:

  1. A candidate must receive 15% or more of the total popular vote to qualify for delegates. Discard votes cast for those candidates who do not meet the threshold.
  2. Allocate Congressional District delegates from the qualified vote in each district. Allocate Pledged PLEO and At-Large delegates using the state-wide qualified vote.
  3. In each jurisdiction (CD and statewide):
    1. Total qualified vote = total votes cast for the qualifying candidates in the jurisdiction.
    2. Allocation = (delegates for the jurisdiction) (candidate's popular vote) (total qualified vote).
    3. Assign each candidate the WHOLE NUMBER of delegates.
    4. If delegates remain, allocate each of the remaining delegates to those candidates with the LARGEST REMAINDERS.

ContestDeanKerry
Pop
Vote
Qual
Vote
DelVoteAllocDelVoteAllocDel
CD82,88170,5641044,3936.291626,1713.7094
PLEO82,88170,564244,3931.258126,1710.7421
At-Large82,88170,564344,3931.887226,1711.1131
Delegates1596


Reference: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P04/DSP/VT-D.doc

   

Tuesday 2 March 2004: 15 of 22 delegates to the Democratic National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders based on the results of the voting in today's Vermont Presidential Primary. A mandatory 15 percent threshold is required in order for a presidential contender to be allocated National Convention delegates at either the congressional district or statewide level.

  • 10 district delegates are to be allocated proportionally to presidential contenders based on the statewide primary results as Vermont has only one Congressional District.
  • In addition, 5 delegates are to be allocated to presidential contenders based on the primary vote statewide.
    • 3 at-large National Convention delegates
    • 2 Pledged PLEOs

The State Convention caucuses will select the district delegates on 22 May 2004.

 

Saturday 5 June 2004 - National Convention Delegate Meeting

The remaining 7 National Convention delegates consist of

  • 6 Unpledged PLEO delegates:
    • 5 Democratic National Committee members
    • 1 Members of Congress (1 Senator and 0 Representatives)
    • 0 Governors
    • 0 Distinguished Party Leaders
  • 1 Unpledged "add-on" (selected by a quorum of elected district level delegates).

These 7 delegates and will go to the Democratic National Convention officially "Unpledged".


Delegation to the National Convention

Vermont Delegation (as posted by dems2004.org, 4 July 2004)

RoleDeanKerry(total)
Pledged District6410
Pledged PLEO011
Pledged At-Large112
Total Pledged7613
Alternate Pledged District213
Alternate Pledged PLEO000
Alternate Pledged At-Large101
Total Alternates314
Unpledged  7
Pages  0
 
Role(s)PreferenceNameResidence
Pledged DistrictKerryHon. William AswadBurlington, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanJacob CrumbineNorwich, VT
Pledged DistrictKerryKathleen FitzgeraldStowe, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanDonna FournierNew Haven, VT
Pledged DistrictKerryMary HowardRutland, VT
Pledged DistrictKerryGeorge JaegerMiddlebury, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanHon. Karen LafayetteBurlington, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanPeter ShumlinPutney, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanHon. Mary SullivanBurlington, VT
Pledged DistrictDeanHon. John TracyBurlington, VT
Pledged PLEOKerryHon. Rosemary McLaughlinSouth Royalton, VT
Pledged At-LargeKerrySusan BennettNew Haven, VT
Pledged At-LargeDeanCharles JohnsonThetford, VT
Alternate Pledged DistrictDeanJohn BauerHyde Park, VT
Alternate Pledged DistrictKerryHeidi BuchananBoston, MA
Alternate Pledged DistrictDeanHon. Sara Branon KittellFairfield, VT
Alternate Pledged At-LargeDeanKen DeanMontpelier, VT
Unpledged Add-on Billi GoshBrooksfield, VT
Unpledged DNC Member Hon. Linda AlmyUnderhill Center, VT
Unpledged DNC Member Hon. Deb MarkowitzMontpelier, VT
Unpledged DNC Member
Delegation Chair
 Hon. Scudder ParkerMontpelier, VT
Unpledged DNC Member Hon. Chuck RossHinesburg, VT
Unpledged DNC Member Allison SultanMontpelier, VT
Unpledged Senator Hon. Patrick LeahyWashington, DC

1 Democratic Party's "First Determining Step" of the delegate selection process.

 


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