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Which GOP Presidential Candidate will come in SECOND PLACE in the Puerto Rico Republican Caucus being held on Sunday 18 March 2012?




Rick Santorum


Predicted: 73.46%

Actual: 100.00%

Mitt Romney


Predicted: 15.25%

Actual: 0.00%

Newt Gingrich


Predicted: 10.64%

Actual: 0.00%

Ron Paul


Predicted: 0.65%

Actual: 0.00%

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March 16, 2012 @ 09:59pm PDT

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Most by: EdG1975 (2 predictions)


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SneakyPete   •   Sun Mar 18 2012 at 05:42pm PDT

Talk about a “Lop-Sided” win. Romney gets all 20 Puerto Rico delegates, as he had over 50% of the votes, which were cast.

SneakyPete   •   Sun Mar 18 2012 at 05:25pm PDT

Rick Santorum came in SECOND PLACE in the Puerto Rico Republican Caucus with 8.3% behind Mitt Romney’s 82.99%. Newt Gingrich had 2.55% and Ron Paul had 1.83%.

SneakyPete   •   Sat Mar 17 2012 at 01:10pm PDT

Romney so far has dominated contests held outside the mainland. On Friday night, he made an impassioned appeal to Puerto Ricans — who do not vote in the general election but will decide the allocation of 20 primary delegates on Sunday.

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SneakyPete   •   Thu Mar 15 2012 at 08:22pm PDT

Santorum sticks by comment on Puerto Rico statehood and English language.

Rick Santorum is standing by his argument that Puerto Rico must adopt English as its official language if it wants to become a state.

On Wednesday, during a visit to the territory, Santorum said in an interview with a local Puerto Rico newspaper that “like any other state, there has to be compliance with this and any other federal law.” The former Pennsylvania senator added that that meant that “English has to be the principal language.”

Santorum stuck by that comment on Thursday.

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