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Super Tuesday: American Samoa Democratic Presidential Caucus Results and Third Party Implications

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, an independent from 2007 until last year, won the American Samoa Democratic Presidential Caucus on Super Tuesday.  He received 175 votes or 49.9 percent of the total, entitling him to four of the territory’s six delegates to the Democratic National Convention.  The remaining two delegates went to the second place finisher, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, who earned 103 votes or 29.3 percent of the total.… Read more ...

Guam Returns Are In — Johnson Scores 1.12%

Guam votes ahead of the rest of the United States since it is on the early side of the International Dateline. The results have been counted and reported and Johnson scored 1.12%.

The final results: Obama 23,067 (72.39%); Romney 8,443 (26.49%); Johnson 357 (1.12%). Johnson gained over Bob Barr’s percentage from 2008, when his percentage was .66%.… Read more ...

Barr winning 0.7% of Guam vote

In addition to two small towns in New Hampshire, polls have also closed in Guam, where it is already Wednesday morning. While Guam has no electoral votes, the presidential race does appear on the ballot. Libertarian Bob Barr is the only alternative candidate listed, and with about half of Guam’s votes tallied, he has 97 votes, or 0.7% of the total.… Read more ...