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2012 West Virginia Democratic presidential primary

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2012 West Virginia Democratic presidential primary

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36 pledged delegates to the 2012 Democratic National Convention
 
President Barack Obama, 2012 portrait crop.jpg
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Candidate Barack Obama Keith Judd
Home state Illinois California
Delegate count 36 0
Popular vote 106,770 73,138
Percentage 59.35% 40.65%

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The 2012 West Virginia Democratic presidential primary was held on May 8, 2012 as part of the 2012 Democratic presidential primaries.

Incumbent president Barack Obama ran virtually unopposed for renomination, although several minor candidates challenged Obama in a handful of state contests, including West Virginia. Barack Obama won the primary against convicted felon and perennial candidate Keith Judd by a roughly 19-point margin, a relatively narrow victory that received national attention.[1][2]

Procedure

West Virginia was given a 20% pledged delegate bonus due to the primary being held during Stage 3 of the primary season.[3] In total, the state was allocated 47 delegates to the Democratic National Convention: 36 were allocated based on the results of the primary, with the other 11 being unpledged superdelegates.

In order to qualify for delegates, a candidate must receive at least 15% of the vote statewide or in at least one congressional district. 12 of West Virginia's delegates were allocated based on the statewide popular vote, consisting of eight at-large delegates and four pledged PLEOs (party leaders and elected officials). Each of West Virginia's three congressional districts were allotted eight pledged delegates.[4]

Results

Vote summary of the 2012 West Virginia Democratic presidential primary[5]
Candidate Vote Pledged
delegates[4]
# %
Barack Obama 106,770 59.35 36
Keith Russell Judd 73,138 40.65 0
Total valid votes 179,908 100% 36

Vote by county

County Barack Obama Keith Judd Total votes cast
Votes % Votes %
Barbour 964 57.79% 704 42.21% 1,668
Berkeley 2,843 71.70% 1,122 28.30% 3,965
Boone 2,210 48.42% 2,354 51.58% 4,564
Braxton 1,357 56.31% 1,053 43.69% 2,410
Brooke 2,231 59.83% 1,498 40.17% 3,729
Cabell 5,049 70.10% 2,154 29.90% 7,203
Calhoun 531 53.53% 461 46.47% 992
Clay 739 47.96% 802 52.04% 1,541
Doddridge 169 57.68% 124 42.32% 293
Fayette 3,104 59.26% 2,134 40.74% 5,238
Gilmer 643 48.09% 694 51.91% 1,337
Grant 169 68.70% 77 31.30% 246
Greenbrier 2,615 60.06% 1,739 39.94% 4,354
Hampshire 924 53.50% 803 46.50% 1,727
Hancock 2,382 58.80% 1,669 41.20% 4,051
Hardy 915 42.13% 1,257 57.87% 2,172
Harrison 4,816 63.07% 2,820 36.93% 7,636
Jackson 1,921 68.24% 894 31.76% 2,815
Jefferson 2,506 77.68% 720 22.32% 3,226
Kanawha 12,360 71.94% 4,820 28.06% 17,180
Lewis 1,081 54.29% 910 45.71% 1,991
Lincoln 1,388 47.23% 1,551 52.77% 2,939
Logan 2,315 44.54% 2,883 55.46% 5,198
Marion 5,156 60.92% 3,307 39.08% 8,463
Marshall 2,362 59.48% 1,609 25.66% 3,971
Mason 1,731 64.45% 955 35.55% 2,686
McDowell 1,539 52.40% 1,398 47.60% 2,937
Mercer 2,494 50.26% 2,468 49.74% 4,962
Mineral 940 57.21% 703 42.79% 1,643
Mingo 1,974 39.76% 2,991 60.24% 4,965
Monongalia 4,608 68.24% 2,145 31.76% 6,753
Monroe 736 61.54% 460 38.46% 1,196
Morgan 637 75.12% 211 24.88% 848
Nicholas 1,820 52.30% 1,660 47.70% 3,480
Ohio 2,902 68.17% 1,355 31.83% 4,257
Pendleton 648 52.26% 592 47.74% 1,240
Pleasants 524 59.95% 350 40.05% 874
Pocahontas 874 57.54% 645 42.46% 1,519
Preston 1,108 56.91% 839 43.09% 1,947
Putnam 2,653 66.96% 1,309 33.04% 3,962
Raleigh 3,401 51.93% 3,148 48.07% 6,549
Randolph 2,105 50.71% 2,046 49.29% 4,151
Ritchie 273 56.76% 208 43.24% 481
Roane 903 72.53% 342 27.47% 1,245
Summers 1,011 55.46% 812 44.54% 1,823
Taylor 1,147 56.89% 869 43.11% 2,016
Tucker 561 47.50% 620 52.50% 1,181
Tyler 283 61.39% 178 38.61% 461
Upshur 994 66.67% 497 33.33% 1,491
Wayne 2,456 55.95% 1,934 44.05% 4,390
Webster 863 45.71% 1,025 54.29% 1,888
Wetzel 1,490 54.24% 1,257 45.76% 2,747
Wirt 385 51.68% 360 48.32% 745
Wood 3,868 64.14% 2,163 35.86% 6,031
Wyoming 1,092 43.15% 1,439 56.85% 2,531
Total 106,770 59.35% 73,138 40.65% 179,908

References

  1. ^ Weiner, Rachel (2012-05-09). "Why felon Keith Judd did so well against Obama in West Virginia". Washington Post. Retrieved 2021-02-18.
  2. ^ "Inmate Polls Well Against Obama In West Virginia Primary". NPR.org. Retrieved 2021-02-18.
  3. ^ "Democratic Detailed Delegate Allocation - 2012". www.thegreenpapers.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  4. ^ a b "West Virginia Democratic Delegation 2012". www.thegreenpapers.com. Retrieved 2021-01-14.
  5. ^ "WV SOS - Elections - Election Results - Online Data Services". services.sos.wv.gov. Retrieved 2021-01-14.
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