Washington State Caucus Results

From the Washington State Democrats website @ 17:45:
Uncommitted 1%191
percent reported: 56.6%

From the WA State GOP Website @ 18:25: Precincts Reporting

Huckabee25.9 %
McCain26.6 %
Paul21.2 %
Romney16.7 %
Other0.3 %
Uncomitted9.3 %

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Clinton 315 delegates, 23.0%
Obama 1037 delegates, 75.7%
Undecided 16 delegates, 1.2%
Other 2 delegates, 0.1%

by DWE on Sat Feb 09, 2008 at 06:55:15 PM PST

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Dave Gibney Pullman

by gibney on Sat Feb 09, 2008 at 07:08:52 PM PST

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Caucused for the 1st time ever. I wonder what the numbers are for voters on each side.

by Brian on Sat Feb 09, 2008 at 10:49:32 PM PST

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Here are the results from the 37th:

Delegates for Barack Obama: 747
Delegates for Hillary Clinton: 168
Delegates for Uncommitted: 3

We had more than 12,000 people attend these caucuses, far more than even our highest estimates. We also raised more than $18,000 for the 37th District!

As a PCO I found it crowded, noisy and chaotic.  Alot of wonderful young, well informed, passionate new folks!  We pulled it off.

by ktkeller on Sun Feb 10, 2008 at 01:24:31 AM PST

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736 Obama (70%)
293 Clinton (28%)
15 Uncommitted (2%)

Our total attendance was between 9000 and 10,000, maybe even more. We don't have a final tally yet. We raised $29,000 and added 600 new dues-paying members, by handing out memberships for donations.

I'm looking forward to once again attending the Pacific County Crab Feed in South Bend. It is one of the best Democratic Party events in the state.

If perception is reality, then the world must be flat and the sun must revolve around it.

by ivan on Sun Feb 10, 2008 at 07:57:55 AM PST

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  • We raised by DWE, 02/11/2008 06:04:08 PM PST (none / 0)
I don't know how many attended across the district -- but I understand it was more than 3 times attendance for 2004.  There was certainly a different energy than 2004 in the site I was at -- more of the general community, more excitement.  

We had 555 attending at Carrriage Crest where I was -- one of the 8 locations around the district. In 2004 it was in the one-hundreds (140?)  In 2004, my precinct had 4 people, this time we had 24.  Our largest precinct in 2004 had 16.  This time it was 61.

In our building, 56 delegates went for Obama and 30 for Clinton. Uncommitted received one delegate.

It looks like Obama won 14 of our 19 precincts and that there were ties in 5.  I don't see that Clinton won any.

This is similar to what happened across the 47th.   I see from the WA Dems site that there were 401 delegates for Obama, 205 for Clinton, 4 uncommitted, and 2 Kucinich.

by noemie maxwell on Sun Feb 10, 2008 at 02:27:41 PM PST

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huckabee's lawyers are in the state contesting the caucus. from my vantage, huckabee is wooing the right wing religous conservatives away from mccain. I think its fracturing a already disintegrating party. the religous right hates mccain because he is too liberal on certain issues. so if mccain does get the nomination, does this mean that this group won't even vote?

by lhsouthern on Mon Feb 11, 2008 at 03:44:50 PM PST

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