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Author:  FirstCoastTerp [ Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Tennessee polls

ARG 2/10:
http://americanresearchgroup.com/pres20 ... ry/rep/tn/

Santorum 34
Romney 27
Gingrich 16
Paul 13

Author:  QuoVadisAnima [ Wed Feb 15, 2012 3:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Tennessee polls

Presidential Straw Poll results from Overton County GOP on 2-14-12:
Rick Santorum (52.6%); Newt Gingrich (23.7%); Mitt Romney (21.1%); and Ron Paul (2.6%).

Romney in 3rd place. 8) Let's hope this is a microcosm of the rest of the state!

Author:  brownkb [ Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:54 pm ]
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Tennessee started early voting today. How do ya'll think early voting affects the upcoming primaries in OH and TN? I think early voting was key to Romney's win in FL. Just think, votes were cast when Romney was still declared the winner of IA and just behind in SC but hadn't lost. The inevitability argument was still being drummed by the "historic" wins in IA and NH. Had IA declared Santorum the winner a week earlier, would FL have been different? I think it would.

Author:  c murphy [ Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:04 pm ]
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Hi Y'all. I am a Tn voter and I plan to vote early along with hubby. I wish Huck was a runnin' but at least I have some good Catholic choices to vote for. I have not a clue how Davidson county will vote for most of the people are pro obama. :wall-yellow Still I hope for the best for Santoreum. He is first in my book then gingrich. :pompom Go Rick Go.

Author:  QuoVadisAnima [ Sun Feb 19, 2012 12:45 am ]
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Welcome back, c murphy! Please keep us posted on TN election news! Huck's Army News Network (HANN) has the best boots on the ground reporting anywhere! :lol:

Author:  c murphy [ Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:49 pm ]
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Tn seems muted on the selection of choice. But people have been voting here early. I did today. They (the liberal newspaper here) suspect that Obama will win and maybe Romney. The other candidates do not receive good press. :roll:

Author:  FL4Huck [ Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:08 pm ]
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I have been reading that Newt has pulled ahead but they didnt list which poll. I havent found any polls showing this. Are there any current ones that I am missing?

Author:  WalterCan [ Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:14 pm ]
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It would not surprise me if Newt has made some gains in Tennessee since the debate.

We'll have to watch Super Tuesday, but if Santorum holds the states he is suppose to win and somehow holds on to Ohio, and at the same time Newt gets wins in Tennessee and Georgia then this race gets even more interesting. That would set Newt up really well for Alabama and Mississippi.

Author:  Iowans Rock [ Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:54 pm ]
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There was a poll posted today from Vanderbilt University that has Santorum 33 Romney 16 Paul 13 Gingrich 10.

Author:  FL4Huck [ Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:35 pm ]
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Iowans Rock,
Did it say when that poll was taken?

Thanks for the info.

Author:  conservativevoter [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:50 pm ]
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Santorum speaking now at The Crown College in Knoxville.

Live stream: thecrowncollege.com

Author:  RAWhite [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Tennessee polls

I voted early on Memphis on Sat. Rick did not have any pledged slate of delegates on the ballot. I voted for Santorum on the preference, But on delegates, I voted for all of Newt's (10) and 4 from Perry to get the 14 I was alloted. (I tried to pick the ones least likely to vote for Romney.)

Author:  Miranda [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:12 pm ]
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RAWhite wrote:
I voted early on Memphis on Sat. Rick did not have any pledged slate of delegates on the ballot. I voted for Santorum on the preference, But on delegates, I voted for all of Newt's (10) and 4 from Perry to get the 14 I was alloted. (I tried to pick the ones least likely to vote for Romney.)


Thanks for the heads-up. I'll be voting in the Memphis area on Tues.

Author:  karrboy84 [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:23 pm ]
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RAWhite wrote:
I voted early on Memphis on Sat. Rick did not have any pledged slate of delegates on the ballot. I voted for Santorum on the preference, But on delegates, I voted for all of Newt's (10) and 4 from Perry to get the 14 I was alloted. (I tried to pick the ones least likely to vote for Romney.)


I have the same issue in IL. I can vote for Santorum for the general, but our district has no santorum delegates to vote for...it is strange to me! I could be wrong, but I thought IL was winner take all, so wouldnt my district need Santorum delegates were he to win IL?

Can hardly wait 6 days for ST! Gunna be interesting! If Santorum can win 5 of 10 with Newt taking GA and Romney grabbing 4, Santorum could dsefinitely stay in the fight.

Author:  Iowans Rock [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 4:51 pm ]
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So you vote for who your preference is and then you vote on who gets the delegates in TN?

Will it kind of be like MI then in which the winner may not reflect who does the best in delegates?

Author:  Miranda [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 5:58 pm ]
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Iowans Rock wrote:
So you vote for who your preference is and then you vote on who gets the delegates in TN?

Will it kind of be like MI then in which the winner may not reflect who does the best in delegates?


Tn has an OPEN primary. Delegates awarded proportionally unless a win by more than 50% then winner take all. Don't think delegates on the ballot for election day are mandatory. They can be chosen later.
This video gives an explanation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx7_73D9rbw&feature=player_embedded

Author:  SEEllis [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:07 pm ]
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"We have an opportunity in this election." he said to cheers, "the greatest gift to the conservative movement is sitting in the White House right now."

Rick S. in Knoxville, TN today.

Author:  WhatsNotToLike? [ Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:54 pm ]
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Hey there SEEllis! Nice to see you post :)

Author:  FL4Huck [ Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:14 am ]
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Im not on twitter but saw this posted on another board.

@thomas__hall Follow Gingrich wins Southern Conservative Caucus held by TN Conservative Union in Tennessee!!!! Gingrich - 82 Santorum - 73 Paul - 24 Romney - 23 Retweeted by Newt 2012 Campaign 9:32 PM

Author:  FL4Huck [ Mon Mar 05, 2012 4:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Tennessee polls

weaskamerica.com
poll results:

3/4//2012 - Participants: 1,023 Likely GOP voters - Margin of Error: ± 3.06%
Gingrich 29
Romney 30
Santorum 29
Paul 12
quote:We picked up a thread of discussion by Santorum lamenting the continued presence of Newt Gingrich in the race?understandable if you buy into his logic that he would auto-import many of Gingrich?s diehards should the former Speaker drop out. But Gingrich is hanging in there (watch him in Oklahoma, too), and will undoubtedly be a factor on Super Tuesday.
Any of the top three GOP candidates can win in Tennessee. But if last night?s poll is accurate (or even close), Romney will have pulled off an impressive come-from-behind surge in the Volunteer State.

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