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2000 United States  2008
Republican Presidential Primaries, 2004

The United States of America (U.S.) Republican Party presidential nomination, 2004 was the series of primaries and caucuses that determined who was to be chosen at the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City as the Republican Party's candidate in the U.S. presidential election, 2004. Incumbent President George W. Bush, the presumptive nominee, won the nomination without significant opposition.

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Candidates

Senator Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island, an opponent of the war in Iraq, Bush's tax cuts, drilling in ANWR, and much of Bush's social agenda, considered challenging Bush in the New Hampshire primary in the fall of 2003. He decided not to run, after the capture of Saddam Hussein in December 2003. [1]

State-by-state results

There are 2,509 total delegates to the 2004 Republican National Convention, of which 650 are so-called "superdelegates" who are not bound by any particular state's primary or caucus votes and can change their votes at any time. A candidate needs 1,255 delegates to become the nominee. Except for the Northern Mariana Islands and Midway Atoll, all states, territories, and other inhabited areas of the United States offer delegates to the 2004 Republican National Convention.

2004 Republican primaries and caucuses
Blake Ashby Richard Bosa George W. Bush John Buchanan Michael Callis Robert Haines Millie Howard Tom Laughlin John Rigazio Bill Wyatt
Total Delegates¹ -- -- 1608 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Superdelegates¹ -- -- 168 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Jan. 19 Iowa³
(caucus)
-- -- 100.00%
(32)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Jan. 27 New Hampshire
(primary)
0.39% 1.24% 79.55%
(29)
1.23% 0.57% 0.85% 0.35% 0.23% 1.18% 0.23%
Feb. 3 (Mini Tuesday) Missouri
(primary)
0.80% -- 95.06%
(57)
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1.03%
North Dakota
(caucus)
-- -- 100.00%
(26)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Oklahoma
(primary)
-- -- 90.00%
(41)
-- -- -- -- -- -- 10.00%
South Carolina
(convention)
-- -- 100.00%
(46)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Feb. 10 District of Columbia
(caucus)
-- -- 100.00%
(16)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Tennessee
(primary)
-- -- 95.45%
(39)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Feb. 17 Wisconsin
(primary)
-- -- 99.25%
(37)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Mar. 2 (Super Tuesday) California
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(170)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Connecticut
(none)
-- -- -
(30)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Georgia
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(66)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Maryland
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(36)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Massachusetts
(primary)
-- -- 91.13%
(41)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Minnesota
(caucus)
-- -- 100.00%
(38)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
New York
(none)
-- -- -
(87)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Ohio
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(81)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Rhode Island
(primary)
-- -- 84.89%
(18)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Vermont
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(15)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Mar. 9 Florida
(primary)
-- -- -
(109)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Louisiana
(primary)
-- -- 96.09%
(41)
-- -- -- -- -- -- 3.91%
Mississippi
(primary)
-- -- -
(35)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Texas
(primary)
-- -- 92.49%
(135)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Mar. 16 Illinois
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(60)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Apr. 27 Pennsylvania
(primary)
-- -- 100.00% -- -- -- -- -- -- --
May 4 Indiana
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(27)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
May 11 West Virginia
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(26)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
May 18 Arkansas
(primary)
-- -- 97.25%
(32)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Kentucky
(primary)
-- -- 92.64%
(43)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Oregon
(primary)
-- -- -
(28)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
May 25 Idaho
(primary)
-- -- 89.50%
(24)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Jun. 1 Alabama
(primary)
-- -- 92.83%
(45)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
New Mexico
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(21)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
South Dakota
(primary)
-- -- -
(25)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Jun. 8 New Jersey
(primary)
-- -- 100.00%
(52)
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
Color Key: 1st place
  (delegates earned)  
2nd place
  (delegates earned)  
3rd place
  (delegates earned)  
  Withdrawn  

References

  1. ^ Lincoln Chafee, Against the Tide: How A Compliant Congress Empowered A Reckless President (2007), p.119-120.

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