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2012 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
 
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Presidential Nominating Process
Non-binding Primary: Tuesday 15 May 2012
County Conventions: Friday 1 June - Sunday 10 June 2012
State Convention: Saturday 14 July 2012
Republicans
CandidatePopular
Vote
Delegate Votes
Hard TotalFloor Vote
Romney, Willard "Mitt"129,545  70.87%30  85.71%33  94.29%
Santorum, Richard J. "Rick"25,534  13.97%  
Paul, Ronald E. "Ron"18,194   9.95%2   5.71% 
Gingrich, Newton Leroy "Newt"9,519   5.21%  
Uncommitted 3   8.57% 
(available)   
Not Announced  2   5.71%
Total182,792 100.00%35 100.00%35 100.00%

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The delegate selection processes herein were last updated 15 May 2012.

THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF NEBRASKA - As adopted on 7/31/2010 in Fremont, Nebraska

15 May 2012 Primary results from an official source.


   

Tuesday 15 May 2012: Nebraska's National Convention delegates are not bound by the results of today's Presidential Preference Primary.

Tuesday 15 May 2012 Primary
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Statewide182,792129,54570.870%25,53413.969%18,1949.953%9,5195.208%
 

Friday 1 June - Sunday 10 June 2012: County Conventions elect delegates to the State Convention.

  • There is no formal system applied at the County Conventions to relate the presidential preference of the County delegates to the election of delegates to the State Convention. The delegates in attendance at each Convention alone determine if presidential preference is to be a factor and, if so, how it is to be applied.

Schedule:

  • 1 June
    • Franklin County
    • McPherson County
    • Wayne County
  • 2 June
    • Cass County
    • Otoe County
    • Sarpy County
    • Saunders County
    • Nemaha County
    • Scotts Bluff County
  • 4 June
    • Buffalo County
    • Butler County
    • Harlan County
    • Holt County
    • Kearney County
    • Keith County
    • Phelps County
    • Pierce County
    • Richardson County
    • Washington County
    • Webster County
    • York County
  • 5 June
    • Adams County
    • Box Butte County
    • Cedar County
    • Cuming County
    • Fillmore County
    • Furnas County
    • Johnson County
    • Lincoln County
    • Pawnee County
    • Perkins County
    • Red Willow County
    • Saline County
    • Sheridan County
    • Thayer County
    • Wheeler County
  • 6 June
    • Antelope County
    • Dodge County
    • Frontier County
    • Hitchcock County
    • Kimball County
    • Merrick County
    • Morrill County
    • Platte County
  • 7 June
    • Custer County
    • Dakota County
    • Dawes County
    • Garden County
    • Hall County
    • Jefferson County
    • Knox County
    • Lancaster County
    • Madison County
    • Sherman County
    • Thurston County
    • Valley County
  • 8 June
    • Cherry County
  • 9 June
    • Cheyenne County
    • Douglas County
    • Stanton County
  • 10 June
    • Clay County
 

Saturday 14 July 2012: The Nebraska State Republican Convention convenes. Congressional District Caucuses made up of the State Convention delegates from each of Nebraska's 3 congressional districts choose the 9 district National Convention delegates (3 per congressional district). The State Convention as a whole selects 23 (10 base at-large plus 13 bonus) at-large delegates to the Republican National Convention.

  • Prospective delegates must indicate their Presidential Preference and are bound to vote for that candidate for the first 2 ballots at the National Convention.

In addition, 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of Nebraska's Republican Party, will attend the convention as unpledged delegates by virtue of their position. [In each year when a President of the United States is to be elected, the State Convention shall elect a National Committeeman and a National Committeewoman to take office at the close of the succeeding National Convention. - NEBRASKA REPUBLICAN PARTY CONSTITUTION, Article IV Section 1, As adopted on 07/31/2010]

Reference: CONSTITUTION THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF NEBRASKA as amended 7/31/2010, Section 3.


14 July 2012: Reports indicate 2 Paul delegates and 7 Romney delegates were elected at the district level. 23 Romney delegates were elected at-large. Romney Reference: https://twitter.com/Yowan/status/224145795216195585/photo/1/large.

The National committeeman and National committeewoman are unbound but appear to support Romney.

  • CD 1
    • Robert Evnen (Romney)
    • Tim O'Dell (Romney)
    • Darlene Starman (Romney)
  • CD 2
    • Hal Daub (Romney)
    • John Tucker (Paul)
    • Mary Jane Trunker (Paul)
  • CD 3
    • Paul Burger (Romney)
    • Joyce Simmons (Romney)
    • Bob Tiemann (Romney)
  • At Large
    • James Brown (Romney)
    • Brian Bucher (Romney)
    • Jon Camp (Romney)
    • Carlos Castillo (Romney)
    • Pat Dowart (Romney)
    • Tony Fulton (Romney)
    • Judy Glasburger (Romney)
    • Dee Dee Kelly (Romney)
    • Nancy McCaber (Romney)
    • Andre Miek (Romney)
    • John Muranic (Romney)
    • Kim O'Dell (Romney)
    • Cash Ostrander (Romney)
    • Peggy Popps (Romney)
    • Ron Romans (Romney)
    • Craig Salranek (Romney)
    • Jill Stannon (Romney)
    • John Sieder (Romney)
    • Neal Smith (Romney)
    • JIll Spray (Romney)
    • Boona Wanck (Romney)
    • Faith White (Romney)
    • Kathy Willmont (Romney)
  • National Committeewoman
    • Joyce Simmons (Romney)
  • National Committeeman
    • Dave Kramer (Romney)

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