Final count

March 17th, 2012

The Hawaii Republican Party on Friday released the final count for the party’s first-ever presidential caucuses held on Tuesday night.

Here is the split:

Mitt Romney: 4,548 (44%)
Rick Santorum: 2,589 (25%)
Ron Paul: 1,975 (19%)
Newt Gingrich: 1,116 (11%)
Turnout: 10,228

Romney won on Oahu, Maui and Kauai. Paul won on the Big Island. Romney also won in both of the state’s congressional districts.

The breakdown for urban Honolulu’s 1st Congressional District:

Romney: 1,742
Santorum: 1,160
Paul: 631
Gingrich: 474
Turnout: 4,007

For the 2nd Congressional District in rural Oahu and the Neighbor Islands:

Romney: 2,806
Santorum: 1,429
Paul: 1,344
Gingrich: 642
Turnout: 6,221

Romney picked up nine delegates, Santorum secured five delegates, and Paul took three delegates.

3 Responses to “Final count”

  1. galekaminari:

    Thanks, Derrick! What were the Romney numbers in each of Hawaii’s Congressional Districts?

  2. Goober:

    Approximations are not Scientific and can be made with Assumptions.

  3. galekaminari:

    Thank you, Derrick! Big turnout in CD2. Was the turnout heavy in the Kahuku-Laie area?

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