Skip to comments.Mitt Romney Wins in American Samoa
Posted on 03/14/2012 6:21:03 AM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa Mitt Romney won the Republican caucus in American Samoa, picking up all nine delegates.
About 70 Republicans in the U.S. territory located 2,300 miles south of Hawaii met in caucus Tuesday. The six delegates selected at the meeting and three superdelegates to the Republican National Convention all said they would support Romney.
Falemao M. Pili, vice chairman of the local GOP and a delegate, says he believes Romney can fix the U.S. economy that extends to American Samoa. He says Romney can "turn this country around."
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Romney wins MORMON VOTE.... AGAIN!
So it’s come down to this for the “front runner”?
Poor Mitt.. Been running for president as long as I can remember..
Hey Mitt, at least your doing better than Paul!
maybe 2016 will be your year? The Democrats might need you!
Well, THIS ONE seals it, doesn’t it? LOL.
Great! He can have it!
That headline says it all... Pathetic!
Well, 9 delegates is 0.79% of the total needed to win. :-)
Isn’t that special.
Sen. Rick Santorum picked up at least 29 delegates Tuesday after winning the Alabama and Mississippi Republican presidential primaries.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich added at least 24 delegates and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney got at least 31. Texas Rep. Ron Paul was being shut out.
So the Samoa deligates gave Romney the win on Tuesday as far as total deligates go.
Right... Ah huh...
I don't think Samoa carries the same kind of political momentum as Alabama or Mississippi.
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