2008 Ohio Republican primary

The 2008 Ohio Republican primary took place on March 4, 2008. That night, candidate John McCain secured enough delegate votes to win the Republican nomination for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election.

Ohio Republican primary, 2008

March 4, 2008 (2008-03-04)
 
Candidate John McCain Mike Huckabee
Party Republican Republican
Home state Arizona Arkansas
Delegate count 85 0
Popular vote 570,453/656,687 338,838/335,356
Percentage 54.56/59.92% 32.41/30.60%

Results

McCain won every county in the state.

Official Results
Candidate Votes (District Level/At Large)[1] [2] Percentage Delegates
John McCain570,453/656,68754.56/59.92%85
Mike Huckabee338,838/335,35632.41/30.60%0
Ron Paul55,690/50,9645.33/4.65%0
Mitt Romney*54,540/36,0315.22/3.39%0
Fred Thompson*26,103/16,8792.50/1.54%0
Total1,045,624/1,095,917100/100%85

* Candidate had dropped out of the race before March 4.

3 other unpledged delegates will also be sent to the Republican convention to bring Ohio's total delegate count to 88.

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