Campaign Buzz March 3, 2012: Mitt Romney Wins Washington State’s Nonbinding Caucuses Ahead of Super Tuesday

CAMPAIGN 2012

By Bonnie K. Goodman

Ms. Goodman is the Editor of History Musings. She has a BA in History & Art History & a Masters in Library and Information Studies from McGill University, and has done graduate work in history at Concordia University. Ms. Goodman has also contributed the overviews, and chronologies in History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-2008, 4th edition, edited by Gil Troy, Fred L. Israel, and Arthur Meier Schlesinger published by Facts on File, Inc. in late 2011.

CAMPAIGN BUZZ 2012

IN FOCUS: MITT ROMNEY WINS WASHINGTON STATE’S NONBINDING CAUCUSES AHEAD OF SUPER TUESDAY

Romney wins Republican caucuses in Washington: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has won the Republican caucuses in Washington by a double-digit margin. The win is the fourth straight for Romney as the candidates approach the 10-state Super Tuesday contest next week.
Candidates Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are battling for second place with Newt Gingrich in a distant fourth… – WaPo, 3-3-12

Mitt Romney Wins Washington State Presidential Caucuses, A.P. Reports: Mitt Romney won Saturday’s nonbinding caucuses in Washington State, according to The Associated Press, handing him a symbolic victory in his quest for the Republican nomination as he heads into the critical Super Tuesday contests just three days away.
The vote was a nonbinding straw poll and has no bearing on the selection of the state’s 43 delegates. Of those, 40 are up for grabs, but they will not be picked until later…. – NYT, 3-3-12

 

  • Romney wins Washington caucuses: Mitt Romney rolled to a double-digit victory in Washington state’s Republican presidential caucuses Saturday night, his fourth campaign triumph in a row and a fresh show of strength in the run-up to 10 Super Tuesday contests in all … – USA Today, AP, 3-3-12
  • Romney Takes Washington Ahead of a Big Election Day: Mitt Romney won Saturday’s nonbinding caucuses in Washington State, handing him a symbolic victory in his quest for the Republican nomination as he heads into the critical “Super Tuesday” contests just three days away. The vote was a nonbinding straw … NYT, 3-3-12
  • Romney’s win in Washington state adds to delegate lead heading into Super Tuesday: Mitt Romney is adding to his lead in the race for convention delegates with his win in Washington state’s Republican presidential caucuses. Romney has won at least 12 delegates while Rick Santorum and Ron Paul have each won at least three…. – WaPo, 3-3-12
  • Romney projected winner of Washington state’s caucuses: Mitt Romney was projected as the winner of Washington state’s GOP presidential caucuses late Saturday, based on surveys by a consortium of television networks, giving him the prospect of a welcome … – LAT, 3-3-12
  • Washington caucuses offer GOP candidates another chance at delegates, but focus is on Ohio: Washington state was Saturday’s prize for the Republican presidential candidates, but they focused on delegate-rich Ohio, among the 10 states holding contests on Super Tuesday in what will be campaign’s biggest payday…. – WaPo, 3-3-12
  • Paul, Romney and Santorum see opportunity in Washington caucuses: Saturday’s Washington state Republican caucuses provide, in an admittedly limited way, a metaphor for the 2012 GOP primary campaign. Mitt Romney’s campaign organization: steady as she goes. Rick Santorum’s: flying by the seat of … – LAT, 3-3-12
  • Washington State caucuses could foreshadow Super Tuesday: The Republican presidential caucuses in Washington State are being held Saturday, three days before Super Tuesday. Mitt Romney is leading in polls, but Rick Santorum is strong there too…. – CS Monitor, 3-3-12
  • Santorum seeks a pre-Super Tuesday win in Washington caucuses: Rick Santorum left Ohio on Thursday to come to the Republican heartland of eastern Washington aiming to steal one more victory in advance of the multiple-state showdown on Super Tuesday. The people and the money are over in urban King … – LAT, 3-3-12
  • Washington GOP chair predicts Romney, Paul win in state’s caucuses: Washington state began its Republican presidential caucuses Saturday with 40 delegates up for grabs, and with the state’s GOP chairman predicting a win for either Mitt Romney or Ron Paul. The turnout required for a win can be bolstered by a … – CNN, 3-3-12
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