Louisiana Republican primary – March 24, 2012
As the corrupt left wing media continues their drumbeat about “record low turnout” for some GOP primary and caucus states, Louisiana saw a record high turnout for their 2012 Republican primary. Rick Santorum was the easy winner, crushing Mitt Romney by 22%. Newt Gingrich came in third and Ron Paul last. If Santorum had cracked the 50% of the total vote, he would have walked away with all 20 delegates. Instead, he just missed, hitting 49% and splitting delegates with Romney.
|Louisiana Republican Primary – March 24, 2012 – 20 delegates (binding)|
|Presidential Candidate||Home State||Primary Votes||Delegates|
|Mitt Romney||Rick Santorum||Newt Gingrich||Ron Paul|
|Popular Vote||4,127,915 (40%)||2,850,541 (28%)||2,212,001 (22%)||1,079,751 (11%)|