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Party
Primary VoteDelegates
John McCainArizonaRepublican 114,827 78.98%36 92.3%
Mike HuckabeeArkansasRepublican 18,299 12.59%0 0.0%
Ron PaulTexasRepublican 5,571 3.83%0 0.0%
Mitt RomneyMassachusettsRepublican 2,187 1.50%0 0.0%
Fred ThompsonTennesseeRepublican 2,167 1.49%0 0.0%
Rudolph W. GiulianiNew YorkRepublican 948 0.65%0 0.0%
Alan KeyesMarylandRepublican 840 0.58%0 0.0%
Duncan HunterCaliforniaRepublican 403 0.28%0 0.0%
Tom TancredoColoradoRepublican 153 0.11%0 0.0%
YUnallocated - Republican - -37.7%
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Election Information:
Contest Type: State-run Primary
Election Date:2008-03-11
Eligible Participants: Open (all voters)
Delegates Awarded in this Contest: 35
Delegates Total: 38
Delegate Allocation Method: Winner-take-all by district and statewide
  • 24 at-large delegates: If a candidate receives a majority of the vote, that candidate is awarded all 24 delegates. If no candidate receives a majority of the vote, then the 24 delegates are allocated proportionally to candidates based on the percentage of votes received statewide. A 15 percent minimum threshold is required to receive delegates.
  • 12 district delegates (3 for each of the 4 congressional districts): the candidate receiving the highest number of votes in each congressional district is awarded three delegates.
Demographic Data

2010 Population:2,967,297Enum.2010 Population Density:24.4persons/km2
2008 Population:2,947,806Est.2008 Population Density:24.3persons/km2
2000 Population:2,844,658Enum.2000 Population Density:23.4persons/km2
Total Delegates:39Delegates Density:75,585persons/Del
Land Area (2000):121,488km2Annual Pop Growth Rate:0.4%

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  • Source for Population data: U.S. Census Bureau.
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