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CPAC Day 3

  • The conference now seems back on track, after the police managed to disperse the protests without much struggle.

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BREAKING NEWS:

Sarah Palin, speaking at CPAC, has sensationally withdrawn from the race for the nomination during the speech that was supposed to be her saving grace. She has not endorsed anyone but has said:

 

"I quite like Donald."

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Just now, LegolasRedbard said:

BREAKING NEWS:

Sarah Palin, speaking at CPAC, has sensationally withdrawn from the race for the nomination during the speech that was supposed to be her saving grace. She has not endorsed anyone but has said:

 

"I quite like Donald."

BREAKING NEWS:

Following his disastrous speech at CPAC and his poor showings so far, Jon Huntsman has withdrawn from the race

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BREAKING NEWS:

Ron Paul has withdrawn from the race, while Paul Ryan and Mike Huckabee have both now stated they will not enter the race to deny Christie a majority.

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Rush Limbaugh has attracted controversy for labeling attorney Sandra Fluke a slut and prostitute, leading to concerns about misogyny within the GOP

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Breaking News:

Rick Perry has withdrawn from the Republican primaries ahead of Super Tuesday tomorrow.

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BREAKING NEWS - SUPER TUESDAY

SANTORUM - "CHRISTIE IS THE BEST CANDIDATE, NOT ME" - WITHDRAWS

BACHMANN WITHDRAWS

CHRISTIE UNDERPERFORMS, GINGRICH AND BUSH REBOUND

TRUMP - WIN IN TENESSEE SHOWS "WE'RE WINNING BIGLY"

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BREAKING NEWS:

Despite high hopes in Indiana, Herman Cain has decided to endorse Newt Gingrich and put his ambitions to become the next POTUS aside. The former Vice Presidential nominee has taken a position on Gingrich's campaign

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BREAKING NEWS:

Governor Donald Trump has withdrawn his candidacy, saying:

"Crooked Christie may have pulled the other candidates into his rigged trap, but I won't let him let me waste my money for a nomination that he has already bought."

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BREAKING NEWS:

President Obama has secured re-nomination, still no news yet on who he intends to appoint as his running mate.

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BREAKING NEWS:

Rudy Giuliani has withdrawn

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Gary Johnson has secured the Libertarian nomination for President, taking Jim Gray as his running mate

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Just now, LegolasRedbard said:

Gary Johnson has secured the Libertarian nomination for President, taking Jim Gray as his running mate

BREAKING NEWS:

Sarah Palin has endorsed Gary Johnson and has pledged her donations and personal support to the Libertarian nominee.

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BREAKING NEWS:

Jeb Bush has conceded it is impossible for him to win outright, and has withdrawn, saying that it is now up to the party to decide the course of the party

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BREAKING NEWS:

Christie wins California, but loses home state of New Jersey by 15%

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BREAKING NEWS:

Newt Gingrich has withdrawn from the race, leaving Christie unopposed in Nebraska, but with a contested convention now a certainty, it's not over yet for the ex-Speaker

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FINAL RESULTS

Republicans

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Convention to be contested

 

Delegate Count:

Christie: 1105

Gingrich: 611

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 31

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

Perry: 4

Huntsman: 4

Paul: 4

Bachmann: 2

 

Most likely nominee: Chris Christie (39 delegates away from majority)

 

Democrats:

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Obama: 5520

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The Republican National Convention - Day 1

Condoleezza Rice's speech wows on the opening day of the convention

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Day 2

Dick Cheney's speech against the war in Korea has backfired, with many reminded of his support for Al Gore's failed invasion of Afghanistan

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Voting begins!

Round 1:

Christie: 1105

Gingrich: 611

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 31 33

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

Perry: 4

Huntsman: 4

Paul: 4

Bachmann: 2

 

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Round 2 Results

Christie: 1105

Gingrich: 611

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 33 37

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

Perry: 4

Huntsman: 4

Paul: 4

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Round 3 Results

Christie: 1105 1109

Gingrich: 611

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 37

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

Perry: 4

Huntsman: 4

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Round 4 Results

Christie: 1109

Gingrich: 611 615

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 37

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

Perry: 4

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Round 5 Results:

Christie: 1109

Gingrich: 615

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 37 41

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

Palin: 4

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Round 6 Results:

Christie: 1109

Gingrich: 615 626

Bush: 454

Trump: 44

Santorum: 41

Giuliani: 12

Cain: 11

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