The Road to the Republican Convention

All eyes now seem to be on the 2012 Republican nomination race. For some months now we have all been tuning in to see which candidate was sitting on top of the polls that week. Constant ups and downs and lead changes have defined the race thus far. Here at The Wild North we are very interested in current events and everything happening in the political realm so we are making a strong effort to help bring you the most relevant and useful information.

Here is a schedule for all of the upcoming primaries and caucus’ that will be responsible for choosing the Republican nominee.

Current Delegates Standings

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney – 180

Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum – 90

Ron Paul is awesome!

Ron Paul – 23

Jon Huntsman

John Huntsman – 2

Rick Perry

Rick Perry – 0

Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich – 29

January 3, 2012Iowa (caucus)
January 10, 2012New Hampshire (primary)
January 21, 2012South Carolina (primary) 25 delegates
January 31, 2012Florida (primary) 50 delegates
February 4, 2012Nevada (caucus) 28 delegates
February 4–11, 2012Maine (caucus) 24 delegates
February 7, 2012Colorado (caucus) 36 delegates
Minnesota (caucus) 40 delegates
Missouri (primary)
February 28, 2012Arizona (primary) 29 delegates
Michigan (primary) 30 delegates
March 3, 2012Washington (caucus)
March 6, 2012
(Super Tuesday)
Alaska (caucus) 27 delegates
Georgia (primary) 76 delegates
Idaho (caucus) 32 delegates
Massachusetts (primary) 41 delegates
North Dakota (caucus) 28 delegates
Ohio (primary) 66 delegates
Oklahoma (primary) 43 delegates
Tennessee (primary) 58 delegates
Vermont (primary) 17 delegates
Virginia (primary) 49 delegates
March 6-10, 2012Wyoming (caucus) 29 delegates
March 10, 2012Kansas (caucus) 40 delegates
U.S. Virgin Islands (caucus) 9 delegates
March 13, 2012Alabama (primary) 50 delegates
Hawaii (caucus) 20 delegates
Mississippi (primary) 40 delegates
March 17, 2012Missouri (GOP caucus) 52 delegates
March 18, 2012Puerto Rico (primary) 23 delegates
March 20, 2012Illinois (primary) 69 delegates
March 24, 2012Louisiana (primary) 46 delegates
April 3, 2012District of Columbia (primary) 19 delegates
Maryland (primary) 37 delegates
Wisconsin (primary) 42 delegates
Texas (primary) 155 delegates
April 24, 2012Connecticut (primary) 28 delegates
Delaware (primary) 17 delegates
New York (primary) 95 delegates
Pennsylvania (primary) 72 delegates
Rhode Island (primary) 19 delegates
May 8, 2012Indiana (primary) 46 delegates
North Carolina (primary) 55 delegates
West Virginia (primary) 31 delegates
May 15, 2012Nebraska (primary) 35 delegates
Oregon (primary) 28 delegates
May 22, 2012Arkansas (primary) 36 delegates
Kentucky (primary) 45 delegates
June 5, 2012California (primary) 172 delegates
Montana (primary) 26 delegates
New Jersey (primary) 50 delegates
New Mexico (primary) 23 delegates
South Dakota (primary) 28 delegates
June 26, 2012Utah (primary) 40 delegates

This schedule was taken from 2012 Presidential Election News. Please check back here for the latest on the Republican Nomination race for 2012.


EDIT: I went and changed the delegate numbers because apparently Kyle just made them up.

EDIT: Numbers updated 3/5/12.