Romney Leading Santorum in McHenry County 49% to 32%

Mitt Romney is carrying almost 50% of the vote in McHenry County with 20% of the votes counted.

That’s a big enough sample to project that Romney will win McHenry County.

Looking at the delegate counts, which are what really matter, the Romney delegates are leading in the 6th Congressional District (Algonquin Township portion of McHenry County).

The delegate candidates for Mitt Romney are not getting almost 50% of the vote, but they are ahead in the McHenry County portion of the 6th Congressional District.

In the 14th Congressional District part of McHenry County, Romney’s delegates are also ahead.

With 18% of the votes counted in the non-Algonquin Township part of McHenry County, Mitt Romey's delegates are winning.

These totals show that Mitt Romeny won McHenry County 47% to 32% over Rick Santorum.

Here are the results from all precincts, but without early and absentee votes:


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Romney Leading Santorum in McHenry County 49% to 32% — 4 Comments

  1. This is a no brainer. If Ron Paul isn’t the GOP nominee, I’ll vote for an independent or 3rd party.

    Like the thousands that show up to RP rallies vs. the crickets that show up to the other 3 candidates’ events.

    What’s the difference between BHO and the 3 big government GOP candidates? With minor aberrations, they’re GWB’s 4th term.

    A wasted vote is a vote for someone you don’t really agree with but who you think has the best chance of getting the candidate you hate out of office.

    And speaking of vote fraud, does it pass your common sense test that — if RP gets thousands of raving crowds at his event in a downstate farm town, 200 supporters in the Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade (all without taking a penny), and the “big 3” can’t draw 300 at Chicago area speeches — how do you explain how Romney and Gingrich have crickets and most of the vote?

    Please rationalize this apparent GOP contradiction.

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