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07 March 2012

Unofficial Georgia Republican National Convention Delegate Count

DISCLAIMER: The following delegate count is an estimation based on the primary results. The Georgia Republican Party has not announced an official count of delegates awarded to the presidential candidates.

The following is an unofficial allocation of Georgia's 76 Republican National Convention delegates, based on the March 6, 2012 presidential preference primary results and the Rules of the Georgia Republican Party:

42 District-level delegates [Rule 7.3(B)(3)] -

Congressional
District
Newt Gingrich Ron PaulMitt RomneyRick Santorum
1 2010
2 2001
3 3000
4 3000
5 1020
6 1020
7 2010
8 2001
93000
10 3000
11 2010
12 2001
13 3000
143000
Totals32073

31 At-large delegates [Rule 7.3(B)(4)] -

Newt Gingrich - 47.2% of the state-wide vote X 31 = 14.632 (Rounded equals 15)

Mitt Romney - 25.9% of the state-wide vote X 31 = 8.029 (Rounded equals 8)

8 at-large delegates remain unassigned.

3 "super" delegates (state Republican Party chairman, 2 Georgia RNC members) [Rule 7.3(B)(4)] -

Newt Gingrich, having finished first in the Georgia presidential preference primary, is awarded the delegate votes of the state's 3 "super" delegates.

Final, Unofficial Tally:

Newt Gingrich - 32 district-level delegates, 15 at-large delegates, and 3 "super" delegates for a total of 50 delegates.

Mitt Romney - 7 district-level delegates, and 8 at-large delegates for a total of 15 delegates.

Rick Santorum - 3 district-level delegates.

Ron Paul - 0 delegates.