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NVGOP Caucus Results Certified

Romney wins, Gingrich 2nd, Paul 3rd, Santorum 4th

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – The Nevada Republican Party (NVGOP) has certified the results of the 2012 Nevada Republican Caucus, officially declaring Governor Mitt Romney the winner.  This evening the NVGOP received final certified ballot counts from the Clark County Republican Party and final statewide totals were certified by the NVGOP Executive Board as required by party rules.
 
Party rules state that NVGOP must certify the entire state within a day of the caucus.  The final results have been reviewed by the presidential campaigns and unanimously certified by the Nevada GOP Executive Board to ensure accuracy and transparency.   While in some states it takes days or weeks to complete certification, NVGOP certified the results in less than a day.  Results as follows:


Nevada Caucus
February 4, 2012
100% reporting (1800/1800)


All Candidates


Romney

50.0%

16,486


Gingrich

21.1%

6,956


Paul

18.7%

6,175


Santorum

9.9%

3,277


Acting Nevada Republican Party Chairman James Smack and Secretary Jim DeGraffenried issued the following statements:
 
“The Nevada Republican Party congratulates Governor Mitt Romney on his victory as well as the entire field for their participation in the caucuses,” said acting Chairman James Smack.  “Republicans in Nevada are moving in the right direction, we continue to register more voters than the Democratic Party, and we are enthusiastic to move forward after our caucuses to beat Barack Obama and build on our GOP victories in 2010,” Smack continued.
 
“This evening after a unanimous approval by the Nevada GOP Executive Board, consultation with the presidential campaigns, I have officially certified the 2012 Nevada Caucus results,” said DeGraffenried.

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