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2012 Democrats Abroad primary

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Democrats Abroad primary, 2012
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President Barack Obama, 2012 portrait crop.jpg
Candidate Barack Obama
Party Democratic
Home state Illinois
Delegate count 19
Popular vote 2,709
Percentage 99.09%

The 2012 Democratic Party  global presidential primary for Democrats Abroad took place on May 1-6, 2012.

In-person voting was available at more than 90 Voting Centers open in 33 countries around the world, as well as absentee voting via email, fax, and post. Incumbent U.S. President Barack Obama was unopposed in the Global Primary, but the worldwide Global Primary results helped to choose 11 of Democrats Abroad's 25 delegates to the 2012 Democratic National Convention as well as established the weighting for subsequent votes at the Democrats Abroad Global Convention.

Additional votes were held to fill delegate, alternate, page, and standing-committee positions held during the Democrats Abroad Global Convention in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, from May 18–20, 2012. The delegation to the Democratic National Convention included the 11 delegates selected in the Global Primary, 4 more delegates and 1 alternate selected at the Democrats Abroad Global Convention, Democrats Abroad's 8 DNC members, 3 Standing Committee members, and 1 page.

Results

Primary

Primary dates: May 1-6, 2012

Democrats Abroad global presidential primary, 2012
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegate votes[1]
Barack Obama 2,709 99.09% 19
Uncommitted 25 0.91% 0
Totals 2,734 100.00% 19


See also

References

  1. ^ Berg-Andersson, Richard. "Democrats Abroad Democratic Delegation 2012". The Green Papers. Retrieved 2016-02-06.
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