Latest Numbers From Colorado Caucuses

By: KKTV 11 News/Associated Press
By: KKTV 11 News/Associated Press

Colorado Democrats

With 3,181 of 3,213 precincts reporting, that's 99 percent:

Hillary Clinton 38,587 - 32 percent

Barack Obama 79,344 - 67 percent

Uncommitted 1,253 - 1 percent

Mike Gravel 16 - 0 percent

Colorado GOP

With 3,067 of 3,213 precincts reporting, that's 95 percent:

Mike Huckabee 7,266 - 13 percent

John McCain 10,621 - 19 percent

Ron Paul 4,670 - 8 percent

Mitt Romney 33,288 - 59 percent

Other 182 - 0 percent


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  • by Rick Location: C.Springs on Feb 6, 2008 at 07:55 PM
    I could not have said it better myself!
  • by Hal Location: CO on Feb 6, 2008 at 05:01 PM
    Well I am very glad to see the "Bible Thumpers" around here on edge with that fact that we just might have someone who does not bring his personal faith into politics. Having voted many years Republican it is time for a change (at least for me.) So what if he's black, I am tired of hearing it about skin color and so forth. He represents a generation that is fed up with the government telling us religion is the end all be all, that a woman has no choice, and stem cell research is the devil's work. No religion and personal beliefs should effect the decisions a politician makes. They should be for the people not for a certain group of fanatics.
  • by Concerned Location: C/S on Feb 6, 2008 at 10:05 AM
    It's scary to think that Oprah is endorsing someone for President that has no experience what so ever . Even scarier to think that people are listening to her. Isn't she the person that praised Dr. Phil for his professionalism and knowledge, not to mention the child perpetrator that she hired at her girls school. As far as financial gain there is no one better than Oprah, but she appears to be a really bad judge of character. I hope that she comes to realize she is acting like Dr. Phil and giving some really bad advice in an area that not even she has experience. I hope the President is elected for the right reasons not for the color of one's skin. I remember the last really big mistake was made when an outcome was based on the color of one's skin. It took many a long time to realize that mistake. Is Mr. O'Bama's and his families religion that of the terrorist that have devoted their lives to destroying this country? Is it he or his wife running for Presidency?
  • by Ankica Location: Pueblo on Feb 6, 2008 at 06:46 AM
    If Barrack Obama wins I my self well not vote .Be course I did not get to vote in the primary Colorado has a coses voting system .I'm a independent voter It not fair to live some voters out .
  • by jim Location: colorado springs on Feb 5, 2008 at 09:25 PM
    i think in my opinion / i went to the "caucus" and i think it really SUCKED!!in pct 90. they had more people there. i vomitted how the republican process took placed!! i had the experience to go to the county convention, but the newbies took over and ran the place without me.it sucked and ill never go to a"caucus" again. lets have the primary back in colorado and try that. at least handicapble people have a say in this crummy world of dirty local republican polictics here.
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