Official Super Tuesday Voting Results

>>> Click Here For Official Super Tuesday Results! <<< This post will feature the full Super Tuesday results for each state voting today. So far we have West Virginia on the Republican side which has gone to Huckabee after a coup of McCain supporters. The command came from the top down to McCain supporters to switch their votes in the second round to give Huckabee the victory over Romney. Polls have been changing overnight, Huckabee and Romney seem to have gained a little in some polls. We'll see what happens. We'll be closely watch Obama/Clinton to see if that's going to end up being a 50/50 split in delegates or a definitive win for one of them. Update @ 7:02pm ET

Polls just closed in Georgia. Obama is the projected winner on the Democratic side, GOP is too close to call. Nine more states will close coming up at 8pm ET which includes AL, CT, DE, IL, MA, MO, NJ, OK, TN. The George results are below and all results will be updated as new information comes in.

Update @ 8:26pm ET

Arkansas closes at 8:30pm ET. More close at 9pm ET. Keeping them updated as projections are made and trying to keep the vote totals updated. Leave comments below if you have more information or notice an error.


Check this post for the latest on results as they come in.

Click on “Read the rest of this entry »” below to view the full results for each side and each state.

>>> Click Here For Official Super Tuesday Results! <<<

Here are the full results for each party and state. These results will be updated all evening with the latest as they come. Refresh this post for the latest below:

White boxes = No winner yet
Gray boxes = Winner declared
( ) = State delegates

Democratic Super
Tuesday Results

Dem Super Tuesday States

Republican Super
Tuesday Results

GOP Super Tuesday Votes

Alabama (60)

%
56 – Obama – Projected Winner
42 – Clinton

99% Precincts Reported

Alabama (48)

%
41 – Huckabee – Projected Winner
37 – McCain
18 – Romney
3 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

Alaska (18)

%
75 – Obama – Projected Winner
25 – Clinton

98% Precincts Reported

Alaska (29)

%
44 – Romney – Projected Winner
22 – Huckabee
17 – Paul
15 – McCain

98% Precincts Reported

American Samoa (9)

%
57 – Clinton – Winner
43 – Obama

100% Precincts Reported

American Samoa Republican Primary is February 23rd
Arizona (67)

%
51 – Clinton – Projected Winner
42 – Obama

98% Precincts Reported

Arizona (53)

%
48 – McCain
34 – Romney
9 – Huckabee
4 – Paul

98% Precincts Reported

Arkansas (47)

%
70 – Clinton – Projected Winner
27 – Obama

97% Precincts Reported

Arkansas (34)

%
60 – Huckabee – Projected Winner
20 – McCain
14 – Romney
5 – Paul

97% Precincts Reported

California (441)

%
52 – Clinton – Projected Winner
42 – Obama

99% Precincts Reported

California (173)

%
42 – McCain – Projected Winner
34 – Romney
12 – Huckabee
4 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

Colorado (71)

%
67 – Obama – Projected Winner
32 – Clinton

99% Precincts Reported

Colorado (46)

%
60 – Romney – Projected Winner
19 – McCain
13 – Huckabee
8 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

Connecticut (60)

%
51 – Obama – Winner
47 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

Connecticut (30)

%
52 – McCain – Winner
33 – Romney
7 – Huckabee
4 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Delaware (23)

%
53 – Obama – Winner
43 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

Delaware (18)

%
45 – McCain – Winner
33 – Romney
15 – Huckabee
4 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Georgia (103)

%
67 – Obama – Projected Winner
31 – Clinton

99% Precincts Reported

Georgia (72)

%
34 – Huckabee – Projected Winner
32 – McCain
30 – Romney
3 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

Idaho (23)

%
79 – Obama – Winner
17 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

Idaho Republican Primary is May 27th
Illinois (185)

%
65 – Obama – Projected Winner
33 – Clinton

99% Precincts Reported

Illinois (70)

%
47 – McCain – Projected Winner
29 – Romney
17 – Huckabee
5 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

Kansas (41)

%
74 – Obama – Winner
26 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

Kansas Republican Primary is February 9th
Massachusetts (121)

%
56 – Clinton – Winner
41 – Obama

100% Precincts Reported

Massachusetts (43)

%
51 – Romney – Winner
41 – McCain
4 – Huckabee
3 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Minnesota (88)

%
67 – Obama – Projected Winner
32 – Clinton

90% Precincts Reported

Minnesota (41)

%
41 – Romney – Winner
22 – McCain
20 – Huckabee
16 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Missouri (88)

%
49 – Obama – Winner
48 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

Missouri (58)

%
33 – McCain – Winner
32 – Huckabee
29 – Romney
4 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Montana Democratic Primary is June 3rd Montana (25)

%
38 – Romney – Winner
25 – Paul
22 – McCain
15 – Huckabee

100% Precincts Reported

New Jersey (127)

%
54 – Clinton – Projected Winner
44 – Obama

99% Precincts Reported

New Jersey (52)

%
55 – McCain – Projected Winner
28 – Romney
8 – Huckabee
5 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

New Mexico (38)

%
49 – Clinton – Projected Winner
48 – Obama

99% Precincts Reported

New Mexico Republican Primary is June 3rd
New York (281)

%
57 – Clinton – Projected Winner
40 – Obama

99% Precincts Reported

New York (101)

%
51 – McCain – Projected Winner
28 – Romney
11 – Huckabee
7 – Paul

99% Precincts Reported

North Dakota (21)

%
61 – Obama – Winner
37 – Clinton

100% Precincts Reported

North Dakota (26)

%
36 – Romney – Winner
23 – McCain
21 – Paul
20 – Huckabee

100% Precincts Reported

Oklahoma (47)

%
55 – Clinton – Winner
31 – Obama

100% Precincts Reported

Oklahoma (41)

%
37 – McCain – Winner
33 – Huckabee
25 – Romney
3 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Tennessee (85)

%
54 – Clinton – Winner
41 – Obama

100% Precincts Reported

Tennessee (55)

%
34 – Huckabee – Winner
32 – McCain
24 – Romney
6 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Utah (29)

%
57 – Obama – Projected Winner
39 – Clinton

99% Precincts Reported

Utah (36)

%
90 – Romney – Projected Winner
5 – McCain
3 – Paul
2 – Huckabee

99% Precincts Reported

West Virginia Democratic Primary is May 13 West Virginia (30)

%
52 – Huckabee – Winner
47 – Romney
1 – McCain
0 – Paul

100% Precincts Reported

Democrats Abroad (11)

%
0 – Clinton
0 – Obama

0% Precincts Reported
Voting for Democrats Abroad continues until February 12th, results will be unknown until that time.

 

Let me know if you find any errors! This is a lot of data to compile.

  • martine

    /me on the edge of seat

    Ohhhh the excitement! I’ll have more to say after some real numbers appear on this post.

    Wheeeeee!

  • Jay Em

    Wow I guess people in W.V really don’t want McCain with 1%.
    I am glad to see his votes went to Hickabee.
    Now if only the people that didn’t like Romney switched their votes to Huckabee as well.
    I think people are afraid of Huckabee because he does not act like a polittician.
    But I think people are more afraisd of leaving things the same, as would Mccain and Romney.

  • Actually, McCain’s supporters were instructed on the second round of voting to support Huckabee. On the first round, Romney won. However, it’s a caucus and they have like 2 rounds of voting. After Romney won first, McCain’s supporters joined Huckabee’s to steal the victory from Romney. Check the story on it here from Fox News:

    http://youdecide08.foxnews.com/2008/02/05/paul-eliminated-wva-gop-convention-voting-ends-without-winner/

    It was a sort of a fluke victory for Huckabee.

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  • Anthony

    So how are they already projecting Georgia for Obama when the polls just closed 12 minutes ago? Just curious.

  • Must be based on exit polls, turnout, etc.. Obama must have a wide enough lead in the exit polls to be the projected winner.

  • Jay Em

    Oh I see, that is probably why they can project a winner with 0% reported.
    T.Y. Nate

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  • Michael

    Politico is citing Obama’s campaign’s estimates that they are beating the Clinton campaign, 606 – 534. This is all of course prior to California’s results, which will greatly swing it one way or another. If Obama manages to keep this lead and pick up some more with California, he’ll surpass Clinton in the overall delegates and probably win over quite a few superdelegates.

    Obama’s power is spread out among the east, midwest, and west with 9 current wins (as of 8PM, PST), and Clinton’s wins are largely concentrated in the east.

    Romney has only a few wins (as does Huckabee), whereas McCain is proving to have the broad appeal (as is Obama) in all regions of the country.

  • Gary

    Is there a list of which states are “Winner take all” and which are divided by Congressional Districts?

    I know California is Congressional Districts based which means it’s possible neither Hillary nor Obama could gain a significant number of delegates from there.

    I was just curious as to which other states were that way.

  • Gary, this post has a map for both sides of which states are winner-take-all and which are proportional:

    http://www.youdecide2008.com/2008/02/04/super-tuesday-pre-game-analysis/

  • SJ

    I think Sarah Palin is a JOKE!
    John McCain is just going to be another Bush in the office. So think about that!