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2012 Presidential Primaries, Caucuses, and Conventions
 
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Presidential Nominating Process
Primary: Tuesday 24 April 2012
State Committee: Wednesday 30 May - Thursday 31 May 2012
Republicans
CandidatePopular
Vote
Delegate Votes
Hard TotalFloor Vote
Romney, Willard "Mitt"118,912  62.42%92  96.84%95 100.00%
Paul, Ronald E. "Ron"27,699  14.54%  
Gingrich, Newton Leroy "Newt"23,990  12.59%  
Santorum, Richard J. "Rick"18,997   9.97%  
Blank810   0.43%  
Void106   0.06%  
Scattering1   0.00%  
Uncommitted 3   3.16% 
Total190,515 100.00%95 100.00%95 100.00%

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Unpledged delegate preferences as of
13 March 2012: Gingrich 1.
12 April 2012: Gingrich 1, Romney 2.
Source: Democratic Convention Watch 2012 GOP Superdelegate Endorsement List


The delegate selection processes herein, along with any and all dates associated therewith, are unofficial.

THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION IN NEW YORK STATE: SUMMARY OF THE BALLOT ACCESS REQUIREMENTS


List of Filings for the Presidential Primary for the 24 April 2012 primary from the New York State Board of Elections

24 April 2012 Official primary returns from the New York State Board of Elections.


   

Tuesday 24 April 2012: 92 of 95 of New York's delegates to the Republican National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders in today's New York Presidential Primary.

  • 58 district delegates are bound to presidential contenders based on the primary results in each of the state's 29 congressional districts (using the congressional districts in effect in 2010 per the 2000 census reapportionment). Each congressional district is assigned 2 National Convention delegates. In each district:
    • If no presidential contender receives 20% or more of the vote, the party will elect 2 delegates without considering the results of the primary.
    • Otherwise, the candidate receiving the greatest number of votes receives 2 delegates. These delegates are slated by the Presidential candidates prior to the primary.
  • 34 At-Large delegates are bound to presidential contenders "winner-take-most" based on the statewide primary results. These delegates are elected at the state committee meeting.
    • If a candidate receives more than 50% of the vote, that candidate receives all 34 delegates.
    • Otherwise, the delegates are distributed proportionally to those candidates receiveing 20% or more of the vote. (Rounding details are not know.)

Reference S 5753 (webpage) S 5735 (pdf) Section 2-122-b

Tuesday 24 April 2012 PrimarySource: New York State Board of Elections [16 June 2012]
ContestRomneyPaulGingrichSantorumBlankVoidScattering
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CD110,67927,56370.821%21,33112.464% 1,11510.441% 6586.162%    120.112%    
CD27,72025,62272.824%280910.479% 84910.997% 4315.583% 20.026% 70.091%    
CD310,52827,73673.480%21,09010.353% 1,0469.935% 6366.041% 140.133% 60.057%    
CD47,53725,91378.453%27539.991% 75610.031% 600.796% 410.544% 140.186%    
CD53,66422,66572.735%238210.426% 36910.071% 2246.114% 220.600% 20.055%    
CD61,042269466.603%213012.476% 12111.612% 908.637% 70.672%       
CD71,58921,00062.933%223214.600% 17511.013% 16610.447% 161.007%       
CD82,96322,12071.549%233611.340% 30910.429% 1755.906% 230.776%       
CD93,21522,14866.812%238211.882% 37111.540% 2999.300% 150.467%       
CD10608232753.783%211518.914% 9014.803% 6510.691% 111.809%       
CD11801243954.806%215018.727% 13316.604% 708.739% 91.124%       
CD121,093266260.567%222420.494% 968.783% 928.417% 191.738%       
CD135,89924,20671.300%265911.171% 62310.561% 3816.459% 300.509%       
CD144,18723,21576.785%249311.775% 2816.711% 1694.036% 290.693%       
CD151,075265360.744%222020.465% 11510.698% 625.767% 252.326%       
CD16285215152.982%26422.456% 269.123% 279.474% 175.965%       
CD173,58922,61072.722%23158.777% 37610.476% 2627.300% 250.697% 10.028%    
CD188,08526,21576.871%26367.866% 7268.980% 4565.640% 520.643%       
CD1911,50627,93968.999%21,26611.003% 1,34111.655% 9248.031% 350.304% 10.009%    
CD2014,48828,25256.957%22,52417.421% 1,88513.011% 1,78012.286% 390.269% 80.055%    
CD218,35824,65755.719%21,54918.533% 1,09413.089% 1,00912.072% 400.479% 90.108%    
CD229,64325,57357.793%21,54616.032% 1,30013.481% 1,16412.071% 530.550% 70.073%    
CD2310,70425,75953.802%21,98418.535% 1,30512.192% 1,57514.714% 700.654% 100.093% 10.009% 
CD2412,54126,64753.002%22,15117.152% 1,83714.648% 1,83414.624% 590.470% 130.104%    
CD2511,63126,96359.866%22,24219.276% 1,17210.077% 1,21010.403% 440.378%       
CD2610,72725,62752.456%21,60714.981% 1,99918.635% 1,46313.638% 250.233% 60.056%    
CD276,88423,42849.797%296514.018% 1,46521.281% 99714.483% 290.421%       
CD285,21322,53848.686%296918.588% 94518.128% 73514.099% 260.499%       
CD2914,26127,59053.222%22,57518.056% 2,07014.515% 1,98313.905% 330.231% 100.070%    
Statewide190,51534118,91262.416%3427,69914.539% 23,99012.592% 18,9979.971% 8100.425% 1060.056% 10.001% 
Delegates 92  92                  
 

Wednesday 30 May - Thursday 31 May 2012: The New York Republican State Committee will meet to elect the 34 at-large delegates who are bound according to the results of the primary.

In addition, 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the New York's Republican Party, will attend the convention as unpledged delegates by virtue of their position.


Notes:

On 19 July 2011, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (Democratic) announced that he signed SB5753 (same as A 8363). The bill changes the Presidential Primary from the 1st Tuesday in February to 24 April 2012.


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