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Looking for a comprehensive breakdown of delegates by state...I'll keep looking, but

does anyone have a link?

I see Maine only has 4 delegates.

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They have a video and spreadsheet available for the whole United States.

He offers a clear explanation and he keeps it updated.

"In the beginning of change, the patriot is a scarce man, brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him, for then it cost nothing to be a patriot.”-Mark Twain




spreadsheet half way down on page

I'll take my Liberty, it's not yours to give.

Maine has 24 delegates up for grabs

Maine has 24 delegates up for grabs, but like Iowa, they are unbound. Fun Fact: Ron Paul got 18% of the vote in 2008.

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Here is a list that has been worked on here at the DP. good list

There is so much info out there, this is pretty good.


The spreadsheet.


Edit: Please bookmark this and report anything you find that may be wrong.

Heres a great site showing primary results and rules


click on a state to bring up that states primary related info.

Maine has 24 delegates and is a closed (only Republicans) caucus.

The link is just for the 2012 Republican primary. The overall site is a wealth of historical info on US presidential races.


that's great, thanks nomoreneocons!

try here


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