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PRIMARY RESULTS: Al Sharpton
An ordained minister and civil rights activist, Al Sharpton unsuccessfully ran for U.S. senator and New York City mayor before entering the race for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination. He conceded defeat to Sen. John Kerry on March 15, 2004.
DELEGATE TOTAL
27
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Previous Al Sharpton results
RACE STATUS VOTES VOTE%
DEL
PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
Texas
March 9, 2004


Full TX
4th31,1694%2 2 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Mississippi
March 9, 2004


Full MS
3rd3,8655%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Florida
March 9, 2004


Full FL
3rd20,8893%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
New York
March 2, 2004


Full NY
3rd54,7658%8 11 99% reporting results by county voter survey results
Minnesota
March 2, 2004


Full MN
6th3081%0 0 90% reporting results by county not available
Massachusetts
March 2, 2004


Full MA
5th6,0971%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Maryland
March 2, 2004


Full MD
3rd21,2414%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Georgia
March 2, 2004


Full GA
3rd38,4766%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Connecticut
March 2, 2004


Full CT
6th3,3043%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
California
March 2, 2004


Full CA
5th55,0142%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Idaho
February 24, 2004


Full ID
11th00%0 0 100% reporting not available not available
Hawaii
February 24, 2004


Full HI
11th00%0 0 97% reporting not available not available
Wisconsin
February 17, 2004


Full WI
5th14,6852%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
District of Columbia
February 14, 2004


Full DC
2nd1,82420%4 4 100% reporting not available not available
Virginia
February 10, 2004


Full VA
5th12,8253%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Tennessee
February 10, 2004


Full TN
5th6,1052%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Maine
February 8, 2004


Full ME
7th260%0 0 80% reporting not available not available
Michigan
February 7, 2004


Full MI
4th11,2707%7 7 100% reporting not available not available
South Carolina
February 3, 2004


Full SC
3rd28,20110%1 0 99% reporting results by county voter survey results
Oklahoma
February 3, 2004


Full OK
6th3,9391%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
North Dakota
February 3, 2004


Full ND
7th280%0 0 100% reporting not available not available
Missouri
February 3, 2004


Full MO
6th14,3123%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Delaware
February 3, 2004


Full DE
6th1,8856%1 1 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
Arizona
February 3, 2004


Full AZ
7th1,1130%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
New Hampshire
January 27, 2004


Full NH
8th3450%0 0 100% reporting results by county voter survey results



RACE STATUS ST.DEL* %
DEL
PRECINCTS LOCAL ENT. POLL
Nevada
February 14, 2004


Full NV
6th251%0 0 99% reporting not available not available
Washington
February 7, 2004


Full WA
7th190%0 0 99% reporting not available not available
Iowa
January 19, 2004


Full IA
10th00%0 0 99% reporting results by county voter survey results



 Total Delegates shows CNN's total current delegate count for each candidate and may include delegates not accounted for in the summation of the current delegate counts listed above by state. Visit the Delegate Scorecard for a complete look at the delegate count. For more about the current and intial delegate counts as well as the delegate selection process, click here.
 Instead of releasing caucus vote totals, the Iowa and Idaho Democratic Parties release a total indicating the number of delegates to the state convention each candidate will receive.
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• Exit polls are a survey of selected voters taken soon after they leave their voting place. Pollsters use this sample information, collected from a small percentage of voters, to track and project how all voters or specific segments of the voters sided on a particular race or ballot measure. For more on how to read exit polls, click here.

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