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REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES May 8, 2012

Race
Candidate
County Votes*
Vote%
Est. % In
Adams

reporting
Allen

reporting
Bartholomew

reporting
Benton

reporting
Blackford

reporting
Boone

reporting
Brown

reporting
Carroll

reporting
Cass

reporting
Clark

reporting
Clay

reporting
Clinton

reporting
Crawford

reporting
Daviess

reporting
Dearborn

reporting
Decatur

reporting
DeKalb

reporting
Delaware

reporting
Dubois

reporting
Elkhart

reporting
Fayette

reporting
Floyd

reporting
Fountain

reporting
Franklin

reporting
Fulton

reporting
Gibson

reporting
Grant

reporting
Greene

reporting
Hamilton

reporting
Hancock

reporting
Harrison

reporting
Hendricks

reporting
Henry

reporting
Howard

reporting
Huntington

reporting
Jackson

reporting
Jasper

reporting
Jay

reporting
Jefferson

reporting
Jennings

reporting
Johnson

reporting
Knox

reporting
Kosciusko

reporting
LaGrange

reporting
Lake

reporting
LaPorte

reporting
Lawrence

reporting
Madison

reporting
Marion

reporting
Marshall

reporting
Martin

reporting
Miami

reporting
Monroe

reporting
Montgomery

reporting
Morgan

reporting
Newton

reporting
Noble

reporting
Ohio

reporting
Orange

reporting
Owen

reporting
Parke

reporting
Perry

reporting
Pike

reporting
Porter

reporting
Posey

reporting
Pulaski

reporting
Putnam

reporting
Randolph

reporting
Ripley

reporting
Rush

reporting
Scott

reporting
Shelby

reporting
Spencer

reporting
St. Joseph

reporting
Starke

reporting
Steuben

reporting
Sullivan

reporting
Switzerland

reporting
Tippecanoe

reporting
Tipton

reporting
Union

reporting
Vanderburgh

reporting
Vermillion

reporting
Vigo

reporting
Wabash

reporting
Warren

reporting
Warrick

reporting
Washington

reporting
Wayne

reporting
Wells

reporting
White

reporting
Whitley

reporting
Special Notes
  • While results are being processed, candidates are ranked within each county by the number of votes received in that county. After a candidate is projected the winner for the state, the candidate moves to the top of each county table regardless of whether the candidate is leading in the individual county vote totals. The other candidates in each county table are sorted by the number of votes received in that county.