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« on: February 20, 2012, 03:59:27 pm »



GREEN: Gov. Garrett Garner (D-MT)
RED: Vice President Manuel Scotia (D-VA)

I'm using this for my timeline. This isn't official, but I'll use it as an outline to determine the actual outcome of the Democratic primary.

Under the 2008 delegate system from the Dems, I think Scotia won with this map because he won a lot more delegate rich states (NY, CA, IL, PA, MI)
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I'm JewCon in name only.
Klecly
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Posts: 919
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E: 9.61, S: 6.52

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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2012, 02:51:30 pm »



GREEN: Gov. Garrett Garner (D-MT)
RED: Vice President Manuel Scotia (D-VA)

I'm using this for my timeline. This isn't official, but I'll use it as an outline to determine the actual outcome of the Democratic primary.

Under the 2008 delegate system from the Dems, I think Scotia won with this map because he won a lot more delegate rich states (NY, CA, IL, PA, MI)





Gov. Garner = Green  Montana
VP Scotia = Red            Virginia
Gov. Miawakia = Blue    Hawaii


Unofficial Dem primary map for my timeline.
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