Results of the Kansas Republican Caucuses

Results of the Kansas Republican Caucuses on March 10, 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 12, 2012
Results of the Kansas Republican Caucuses This graph shows the results of the Kansas Republican caucuses that took place on March 10, 2012. Rick Santorum won this state with 51.2 percent. Mitt Romney is second with 20.9 percent. In Kansas, twelve delegates are allocated by Congressional district on a winner-take-all basis. Twenty-five at-large delegates are allocated proportionally to candidates who receive a minimum of 20 percent of the vote. Three Republican National Committee members are bound to winner of statewide vote.
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Results of the Kansas Republican Caucuses on March 10, 2012

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