Reported Caucus Results For Saturday, March 10

Kansas results according to NBC Politics:

“With 99 percent of the precincts reporting, Santorum had 51 percent of the vote, with Mitt Romney getting 21 percent, Newt Gingrich 14 percent, and Rep. Ron Paul of Texas 12 percent.

In another contest, NBC News declared Romney the projected winner of the Wyoming caucuses. He will pick up six delegates there, with Santorum getting three, Rep. Ron Paul one and one uncommitted.”

Romney took the Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and Wyoming.

The current delegate count via the New York Times:

  • Romney          453
  • Santorum        217
  • Gingrich          107
  • Paul                  47

(and 2 for Huntsman)

Total needed for nomination: 1144

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