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Presidential Nominating Process
Debate -  Fox - Cleveland, Ohio: Thursday 6 August 2015
Debate - CNN - Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California: Wednesday 16 September 2015
Debate - CNBC - Boulder, Colorado: Wednesday 28 October 2015
Debate - Fox Business News - Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Tuesday 10 November 2015
Debate - CNN - Las Vegas, Nevada: Tuesday 15 December 2015
Debate - Fox Business Channel, Charleston, South Carolina: Thursday 14 January 2016
Debate - Fox - Iowa: Thursday 28 January 2016
Debate - CBS - South Carolina: February 2016 (presumably)
Debate - NBC/Telemundo - Texas: Friday 26 February 2016
Debate - CNN - TBD: March 2016 (presumably)
Debate - Salt Lake City, Utah (announced 20 February 2016): Monday 21 March 2016
41st Republican National Convention: Monday 18 July - Thursday 21 July 2016
Republicans
CandidateDelegate Votes
Hard TotalFloor
Trump, Donald John, Sr.1,441  58.29%1,725  69.78%
Cruz, Rafael Edward "Ted"551  22.29%484  19.58%
Kasich, John Richard161   6.51%125   5.06%
Rubio, Marco A.173   7.00%123   4.98%
Carson, Benjamin Solomon "Ben", Sr.9   0.36%7   0.28%
Bush, John Ellis "Jeb"4   0.16%3   0.12%
abstention 3   0.12%
Paul, Randal H. "Rand"1   0.04%2   0.08%
Uncommitted130   5.26% 
Fiorina, Carleton Sneed "Carly"1   0.04% 
Huckabee, Michael Dale "Mike"1   0.04% 
Total2,472 100.00%2,472 100.00%
 

Nationwide Popular Vote

CandidatePop
Vote
%
Donald John Trump, Sr.14,015,99344.95%
Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz7,822,10025.08%
John Richard Kasich4,290,44813.76%
Marco A. Rubio3,515,57611.27%
Benjamin Solomon "Ben" Carson, Sr.857,0392.75%
John Ellis "Jeb" Bush286,6940.92%
Uncommitted70,4430.23%
Randal H. "Rand" Paul66,7880.21%
Christopher James "Chris" Christie57,6370.18%
Michael Dale "Mike" Huckabee51,4500.16%
Carleton Sneed "Carly" Fiorina40,6660.13%
(scattering)40,0740.13%
James Stuart "Jim" Gilmore, III18,3690.06%
No Preference16,6700.05%
Richard John "Rick" Santorum16,6270.05%
Lindsey Olin Graham5,6660.02%
Elizabeth Gray5,4490.02%
Uninstructed Delegation2,2810.01%
George E. Pataki2,0360.01%
Timothy "Tim" Cook5170.00%
Piyush "Bobby" Jindal2220.00%
David Eames Hall2030.00%
Andy Martin2020.00%
Richard P.H. Witz1040.00%
James P. "Jim" Lynch, Sr.1000.00%
Peter Messina810.00%
Brooks Andrews Cullison560.00%
Frank Lynch470.00%
Joe Robinson440.00%
Victor Williams390.00%
David P. Thomson (write-in)350.00%
Stephen Bradley Comley, Sr.320.00%
JoAnn Breivogel (write-in)310.00%
Chomi Prag160.00%
Jacob Daniel "Daniel" Dyas, Sr.150.00%
John Dowell (write-in)140.00%
Stephen John McCarthy120.00%
Donald J. Gonzales (write-in)100.00%
Walter N. Iwachiw90.00%
Kevin Glenn Huey80.00%
James Alexander-Pace (write-in)70.00%
Matt Drozd60.00%
Frederic I. Vidal (write-in)60.00%
Robert Lawrence Mann50.00%
Victor Williams (write-in)50.00%
Troy Hugh Southern (write-in)40.00%
James Orlando Ogle, III (write-in)30.00%
James Germalio (write-in)20.00%
Total31,183,841100.00%

(scattering) = Blank & Void, Blank Ballots, Blank Votes, Invalid, Non-FEC Write-In, Not Awarded Ballots, Others, Over votes, Scattering, Spoiled, Spoiled ballots, Under votes, Void Ballots, Write-in.

Popular vote total includes AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MP, MS, MT, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, PR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VI, VT, WA, WI, WV. No popular vote for AS, CO, GU, ND, WY.

 
 

States Chronologically   States Alphabetically
 
Democratic Convention
AK AL AR AS AZ CA CO CT DA DC DE FL GA GU HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MP MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA PR RI SC SD TN TX UN UT VA VI VT WA WI WV WY
 
Republican Convention
AK AL AR AS AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA GU HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MP MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA PR RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VI VT WA WI WV WY

 
 


Commentary:
GOP Convention Day 1 redacted tweets
DAY 1 of the 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
met in Quicken Loans Arena: Cleveland, Ohio

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff, 19 July 2016.



Commentary:
GOP Convention Day 2 redacted tweets
DAY 2 of the 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
met in Quicken Loans Arena: Cleveland, Ohio

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff, 20 July 2016



Roll Call Vote - 19 July 2016
JurisdictionVotesTrumpCruzKasichRubioCarsonabstentionBushPaul
Alabama5036131
Alaska12828
American Samoa99
Arizona5858
Arkansas402515
California172172
Colorado2374312
Connecticut2828
Delaware1616
District of Columbia31919
Florida9999
Georgia76421816
Guam99
Hawaii191171
Idaho321220
Illinois695496
Indiana5757
Iowa3030
Kansas4092416
Kentucky46171577
Louisiana463115
Maine239122
Maryland3838
Massachusetts4222488
Michigan59***PASSES***
Minnesota3881317
Mississippi402515
Missouri524111
Montana2727
Nebraska3636
Nevada430146172
New Hampshire23113423
New Jersey5151
New Mexico2424
New York95***PASSES***
North Carolina722927961
North Dakota282161
Mariana Islands99
Ohio6666
Oklahoma432419
Oregon28235
Pennsylvania71***YIELDS (the chair of the PA delegation used the term "defers") to New York
New York95896
New York puts Donald Trump "over the top" with 1,267 votes. 1,237 votes are necessary to nominate.
Puerto Rico2323
Rhode Island191225
South Carolina5050
South Dakota2929
Tennessee5833169
Texas155481043
Virgin Islands5981
Utah64040
Vermont161312
Virginia491785163
Washington4444
West Virginia3434
Wisconsin42636
Wyoming2932321
Michigan595162
Pennsylvania71701
Totals 2,472 1,725484125123 7 3 3 2
JurisdictionVotesTrumpCruzKasichRubioCarsonabstentionBushPaul


Notes

1. Alaska anomaly: the delegation itself announced Cruz 12, Trump 11, Rubio 5 but the Chair, instead, announced 28 for Trump (which it had already stated were bound for Trump in AK). After the Roll Call had been completed, Alaska asked to have the already-mentioned anomaly changed to what was announced from the delegation originally but, after the delegation had been polled, the Chair ruled that clauses within GOP Rule 16 required that Alaska's vote be counted as 28 for Trump in any event.

2. Colorado's vote includes 2 abstentions specifically announced from the delegation and acknowledged from the Chair.

3. District of Columbia anomaly: the delegation announced Rubio 10, Kasich 9 but the Chair instead announced 19 for Trump and it was so counted.

4. Nevada anomaly: the delegation announced Trump 16, Rubio 7, Cruz 6, Kasich 1 but the Chair, instead, announced only 14 for Trump, 2 for Carson [the other votes as announced by the Nevada delegation were unaffected] and it was so counted.

5. Virgin Islands: Trump 8 (1 abstention was not announced by the delegation: instead, this 1 abstention was announced as such from the Chair).

6. Utah anomaly: the delegation announced 40 for Cruz but, instead, the Chair announced Utah's vote as 40 for Trump-- it was so counted.

The TOTALS as announced by GOP Convention Permanent Chair Paul Ryan were: Trump 1725, Cruz 475, Kasich 120, Rubio 114, Carson 7, Bush 3, Paul 2. The total is 2,446. The numbers for Cruz, Kasich, Rubio, and the total are different from our count.



Commentary:
GOP Convention Day 3 redacted tweets
DAY 3 of the 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
met in Quicken Loans Arena: Cleveland, Ohio

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff



GOP Convention Day 4 redacted tweets
DAY 4 of the 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
met in Quicken Loans Arena: Cleveland, Ohio

by RICHARD E. BERG-ANDERSSON
TheGreenPapers.com Staff



25 June 2014: This article from newsnet5 Clevland states that if the Republicans pick Kansas City for their 2016 convention, the convention will begin on 27 June otherwise it will begin on 18 July. The GOP will choose their site in August 2014.
26 June 2014: The Republican Party announced that its 2016 National Convention will be in either Dallas or Cleveland. Since Kansas City is eliminated, the convention will begin on 18 July.
8 July 2014: The Republican Site selection committee announces their selection of Cleveland, Ohio as the host for the 2016 Republican Presidential Convention.
8 August 2014: The RNC, at their summer meeting in Chicago, voted unanimously to select Cleveland, Ohio as the host for the 2016 Republican Presidential Convention.

14 January 2015: The RNC announces that the 41st Republican National Convention will be held Monday 18 through Thursday 21 July 2016.


On 30 October 2014, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation announced that it will invite Republican presidential candidates to attend a televised debate at California's Reagan Library in September 2015.


The Commission on Presidential Debates.

2016 Republican Primary Debate Schedule from 2016presidentialdebateschedule.com.


2 October 2015: RNC The Official Guide to the 2016 Republican Nominating Process.



   

Thursday 6 August 2015: Debate - Fox - Cleveland, Ohio (announced 16 January 2015).
The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 10 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves for two hours: former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida, Neurosurgeon Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr., Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey, Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas, former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas, Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio, Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky, Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida, Business magnate Donald J. TRUMP, Sr., Governor SCOTT K. WALKER of Wisconsin.

Commentary: A BATTLE FOR HEARTS AND MINDS
AND A PARTY's SOUL
The GOP presidential nomination
contest now truly gets underway

by Richard E. Berg-Andersson TheGreenPapers.com Staff.

 

Wednesday 16 September 2015: Debate - CNN - Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California (announced 16 January 2015).

8 PM Eastern Time [0000 GMT]: The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 11 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves for three hours:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Neurosurgeon Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Businesswoman Carly FIORINA
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida
  • Business magnate Donald J. TRUMP, Sr.
  • Governor SCOTT K. WALKER of Wisconsin

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via CNN


6 PM Eastern Time [2200 GMT]: A one hour, 45 minute debate (also televised 'live' on CNN) among the remaining major Republican contenders, as follows:

  • Senator Lindsey O. GRAHAM of South Carolina
  • Governor Piyush [Bobby] JINDAL of Louisiana
  • former Governor George E. PATAKI of New York
  • former Governor James Richard [Rick] PERRY of Texas
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania

NOTE: former Governor James S. GILMORE of Virginia did not qualify for participation in even the earlier debate this evening. Meanwhile, former Governor PERRY- although invited to participate (as noted above)- suspended his presidential campaign after having been so invited.


Commentary:
WELCOME BACK, MY FRIENDS,
TO THE SHOW THAT NEVER ENDS
The next GOP presidential debate now beckons

by Richard E. Berg-Andersson TheGreenPapers.com Staff

 

Wednesday 28 October 2015: Debate - CNBC - University of Colorado Boulder - Colorado
announced 16 January 2015.

8 PM Eastern Time [0000 GMT]: The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 10 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves for 2 1/2 hours:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Neurosurgeon Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Businesswoman Carly FIORINA
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida
  • Business magnate Donald J. TRUMP, Sr.

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via CNBC


6 PM Eastern Time [2200 GMT]: A one hour debate (also televised 'live' on CNBC) among the remaining major Republican contenders, as follows:

  • Senator Lindsey O. GRAHAM of South Carolina
  • Governor Piyush [Bobby] JINDAL of Louisiana
  • former Governor George E. PATAKI of New York
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania

 

Tuesday 10 November 2015: Debate - Fox Business News - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
announced 16 January 2015.

9 PM Eastern Time [0200 GMT, 11 Nov]: The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 8 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves for nearly two hours:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Businesswoman Carly FIORINA
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida
  • Business magnate Donald J. TRUMP, Sr.

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via FOXBusiness


7 PM Eastern Time [0000 GMT, 11 Nov]: A nearly one hour debate (also televised 'live' on FOXBusiness) among some of the remaining major Republican contenders, as follows:

  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • Governor Piyush [Bobby] JINDAL of Louisiana
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania


The following major Republican presidential contenders did not qualify for even the so-called 'undercard' debate this evening: former Governor James S. GILMORE of Virginia, Senator Lindsey O. GRAHAM of South Carolina and former Governor George E. PATAKI of New York.

 

Tuesday 15 December 2015: Debate - CNN - Las Vegas, Nevada
announced 16 January 2015.

8:30 PM Eastern Time [0130 GMT, 16 Dec]: The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 9 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Dr. Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Carly FIORINA of California
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida
  • Donald J. TRUMP, Sr. of New York

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via CNN


6 PM Eastern Time [2300 GMT]: A so-called "undercard" debate (also televised 'live' on CNN) will be held among the following remaining major Republican contenders:

  • Senator Lindsey O. GRAHAM of South Carolina
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • former Governor George E. PATAKI of New York
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania
 

Thursday 14 January 2016: Debate - Fox Business Channel, Charleston, South Carolina (announced 8 December 2015).

9 PM Eastern Time [0200 GMT, 15 Jan]: The following Republican presidential contenders- the top 7 in an aggregate of the leading national polls- debate among themselves:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Dr. Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida
  • Donald J. TRUMP, Sr.

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via FBN (FOX Business Network)


6 PM Eastern Time [2300 GMT]: A so-called "undercard" debate (also televised 'live' on FBN) will be held among the following remaining major Republican contenders:

  • Carly FIORINA
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania

Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky was also invited to this "undercard" debate, but he has declined to participate.

 

Thursday 28 January 2016: Debate - Fox - Iowa
announced 16 January 2015.

At 9 PM Eastern Time [0200 GMT, Fri 29 Jan]: The following Republican presidential contenders debate among themselves:

  • former Governor John Ellis [Jeb] BUSH of Florida
  • Dr. Benjamin S. [Ben] CARSON, Sr.
  • Governor Christopher J. [Chris] CHRISTIE of New Jersey
  • Senator Rafael Edward [Ted] CRUZ of Texas
  • Governor John R. KASICH of Ohio
  • Senator Rand PAUL of Kentucky
  • Senator Marco RUBIO of Florida

Business magnate Donald J. TRUMP, Sr. has also been invited to participate in this debate but media reports indicate he will decline to attend (he and his campaign citing, in addition to what they consider to have been insulting- as well as unprofessional- statements made by FOX News itself, their contention that at least one of the moderators of this debate is biased against Mr. Trump and his presidential candidacy)

This Prime Time debate will be broadcast 'live' via FOX News


At 7 PM Eastern Time [0000 GMT, Fri 29 Jan]: A so-called "undercard" debate (also televised 'live' on FOX News) will be had among the following remaining major Republican contenders:

  • Businesswoman Carly FIORINA
  • former Governor James S. GILMORE of Virginia
  • former Governor Michael D. [Mike] HUCKABEE of Arkansas
  • former Senator Richard J. [Rick] SANTORUM of Pennsylvania

 

February 2016 (presumably): Debate - ABC - New Hampshire
announced 16 January 2015.

 

February 2016 (presumably): Debate - CBS - South Carolina
announced 16 January 2015.

 

Friday 26 February 2016: Debate - NBC/Telemundo - Florida
announced 16 January 2015. suspended 30 October 2015 pending a possible change in network(s) televising this event

 

March 2016 (presumably): Debate - Fox - TBD
announced 16 January 2015.

 

March 2016 (presumably): Debate - CNN - TBD
announced 16 January 2015.

TBD - Conservative Media Debate - location TBD
announced 16 January 2015.

 

Monday 21 March 2016: Debate - Salt Lake City, Utah (announced 20 February 2016).

 

Monday 18 July - Thursday 21 July 2016: 41st Republican National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio.

The 41st REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION will have a total of 2,472 delegates, with 1,237 (a majority) necessary in order for a Presidential or Vice-Presidential candidate to be nominated.

The rules for the 2016 Republican National Convention call for the following formula for determining the number of delegates:

  • For Jurisdictions with Constitutionally Elected Members of Congress:
    • 10 At-Large delegates from each state, that is, 5 at-large delegates for each U.S. Senator [Rule 13(a)(1)].
    • 3 District delegates for each U.S. Representative as established by the 2010 census [Rule 13(a)(3)].
  • For Jurisdictions without Constitutionally Elected Members of Congress [Rule 13(a)(4)]:
    • 6 at-large delegates from American Samoa.
    • 16 at-large delegates from the District of Columbia.
    • 6 at-large delegates from Guam.
    • 6 at-large delegates from the Northern Mariana Islands.
    • 20 at-large delegates from Puerto Rico.
    • 6 at-large delegates from Virgin Islands.
  • For all Jurisdictions - 3 party leaders: the national committeeman, the national committee woman, and the chairman of the state Republican Party. [Rule 13(a)(2)]
  • Bonus Delegates
    • President: States casting a majority of their 2012 Electoral Votes for the Republican Candidate receive 4.5 + 0.60 × the Jurisdiction's Total 2012 Electoral Vote in bonus delegates. Should the District of Columbia cast the majority of their electoral votes for the Republican Candidate, the District will receive 4.5 + (0.30 16) in bonus delegates. Round any fractions UP to the next whole number. [Rules 13(a)(5) and 13(a)(7)]
    • U.S. Senate: Award 1 bonus delegate for each Republican Senator elected in the 6 year period between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2015. Limit 2. [Rule 13(a)(6)]
    • Governor States electing a Republican Governor between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2015 receive 1 bonus delegate. Limit: 1. [Rule 13(a)(5)(i)]
    • U.S. House: States electing Republicans to 50% or more of their U.S. House seats between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2015 receive 1 bonus delegate. Limit 1. [Rule 13(a)(5)(ii)]
    • One Chamber: States electing a Republican majority to one chamber of the state legislature (OR the legislature is presided over by a Republican) between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2015 receive 1 bonus delegate. Limit 1. [Rule 13(a)(5)(iii)]
    • All Chambers: States electing a Republican majority to all chambers of the state legislature (OR all chambers are presided over by a Republican) between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2015 receive 1 bonus delegate. Limit 1. [Rule 13(a)(5)(iv)]

"The Rules of the Republican Party" as adopted by the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida on 27 August 2012 and amended by the Republican National Committee on 12 April 2013, 24 January 2014, 9 May 9, 2014, and 8 August 2014:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/prod-static-ngop-pbl/docs/Rules_of_the_Republican+Party_FINAL_S14090314.pdf.

 

Notes

Primary dates marked "presumably" and polling times marked "reportedly" are based on unofficial or estimated data (especially as regards local variations from a jurisdictionwide statutory and/or regulatory standard) and are, thereby, subject to change.

 


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