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Iowa Caucus Results!
Friday, 2008 January 4 - 9:31 am

Democrats:

  • Obama: 38% (16 delegates)
  • Edwards: 30% (14 delegates)
  • Clinton: 29% (15 delegates)
  • Richardson: 2%
  • Biden: 1%
  • Dodd: 0%
  • Kucinich: 0%

Republicans:

  • Huckabee: 34% (17 delegates)
  • Romney: 25% (12 delegates)
  • Thompson: 13% (3 delegates)
  • McCain: 13% (3 delegates)
  • Paul: 10% (2 delegates)
  • Giuliani: 3%
  • Hunter: 0%

Notes

  • I'm going with media projections of Republican delegates; the actual numbers may change. Updated with CNN's delegate projections, January 20, 2008.
  • Clinton received more delegates than Edwards despite receiving less of the popular vote, due to the mechanics of the Democrat's Iowa caucus system.
  • Giuliani did not campaign in Iowa.
  • Joe Biden and Chris Dodd dropped out of the Democratic nominating race after the Iowa results.

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Comment #1 from Noelle (ngiguere99)
2008 Jan 4 - 10:41 am : #
My husband is a politico and former DC lobbiest/gov. relations professional. He says that this is all a good thing (and he predicted this outcome at 2pm yesterday) because Huckabee will never take secular New Hampshire and will flame out. The party will then start to back McCain. Obama is in the bag, according to John. Just a little insider point of view for fun.

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