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Total Results - Tennessee

  Presidential
Candidate
Home State Political Party Popular Vote Delegates
ptyBarack ObamaIllinois Democratic4 66.67% 45 52.9%
ptyHillary ClintonNew York Democratic1 16.67% 12 14.1%
ptyJohn EdwardsNorth Carolina Democratic1 16.67% 11 12.9%
UUnallocated-Democratic00%1720.0%

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Election Information

Note: State primary and caucus election information is still preliminary. Info below may be incorrect
Method to Apportion Delegates: State-run Primary
Election Date2008-02-05
Eligible Participants: Open (all voters)
Delegates Awarded in this Contest: 68
Delegates Total: 85
Method of Awarding Delegates: Proportional - the candidates are awarded delegates in proportion to the percentage of votes received. A candidate must receive a minimum of 15% of the vote to receive delegates. (all votes from candidates receiving less than 15% are discarded when calculating the allocation of delegates) Note: generally, delegates are split into smaller groups to be awarded by congressional district and statewide (aka 'At Large'). This level of detail is omitted here - all delegates are awarded as if they are 'At Large'.

Voting Statistics

Democrats Republicans Independents Libertarians Other
Total: 4 Total: 1 Total: 1 Total: 0 Total: 0
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