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Posted on Jul 19, 2008 in Uncategorized

The latest from South Carolina..

9:21 pm: CNN has declared John McCain the winner.

9:12 pm: With 82% of the votes in, the margins are still roughly the same, McCain 33%, Huckabee 30%, Thompson 16% and Romney 15%.

9:03 pm: With 72% of the votes in, John McCain is still maintaining his lead over Mike Huckabee with 34% of the vote. Huckabee is maintaining his second place position with 29% of the vote. In third is Fred Thompson with 16% of the vote, followed by Romney with 15%.

8:55 pm: With 61% of the votes in, John McCain is leading with 33% of the vote. Huckabee is in a close second with 30%, followed by Fred Thompson in third with 16%, followed by Romney with 15%

8:42 pm: With 50% of the votes in, John McCain is leading with 34% of the vote. Huckabee is in a close second with 29%, Thompson in third with 15% and Romney in a close fourth with 15%.

8:41 pm: Looking at the information so far, it looks like John McCain is doing significantly better than he did in 2000 against George W. Bush in the northern, more Evangelical Counties. This could be a problem for Mike Huckabee if he doesn’t see a surge in the remaining counties.

8:39 pm: With 46% of the votes in, John McCain is leading with 33% of the vote, followed closely by Mike Huckabee with 30% of the vote. Vying for 3rd is Fred Thompson with 16% of the vote, with Romney following close behind at 15%.

8:34 pm: Fairfield County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, John McCain has sealed the deal in Fairfield County with 33% of the vote. McCain was followed by Huckabee with 29%, Thompson with 17% and Romney 16% of the vote.

8:33 pm: Edgefield County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, Mike Huckabee has sealed the deal in Edgefield county with 35% of the vote. Huckabee was followed by McCain with 34%, Thompson with 14% and Romney with 11%

8:32 pm: Colleton County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, John McCain has sealed the deal in Colleton County with 45% of the vote. McCain was followed by Huckabee with 28%, Thompson with 12% and Romney with 10%

8:30 pm: Oconee County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, John McCain has sealed the deal in Oconee County with 37% of the vote. McCain was followed by Huckabee with 33%, Romney with 14% and Thompson with 11%

8:29 pm: With 35% reporting, John McCain is leading with 35%, Huckabee with 29%, Thompson with 15% and Romney with 14%

8:28 pm: Lancaster County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, Mike Huckabee has sealed the deal in Marlboro County with 39% of the vote. Huckabee was followed by McCain with 26%, Thompson with 20% and Romney with 10%

8:27 pm: Marlboro County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, Mike Huckabee has sealed the deal in Marlboro County with 40% of the vote. Huckabee was followed by McCain with 34%, Thompson with 11% and Romney with 10%

8:25 pm: Jasper County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, Mike Huckabee has sealed the deal in Jasper County with 41% of the vote. Huckabee was followed by McCain with 33%, Romney with 13% and Thompson with 8%.

8:13pm: 21% reporting, McCain 38%, Huckabee 26%, Thompson 15%, Romney 15%

8:10 pm: Allendale County, South Carolina – With 100% reporting, John McCain has sealed the victory in Allendale with 51% of the vote. Huckabee with 25%, Romney with 9% and Thompson with 8%. This is a small county, so these results aren’t really that telling.

8:05 pm: Looks like Fred Thompson speech didn’t really give much insight into what his plans were following the outcome. However, the tone of the speech definitely made it sound as if this was his last run. Throughout the speech he kept using keywords such as “thank you for all you’ve done”, “no matter what…”, all things suggesting that this might be wrapping up for him.

8:04 pm: 12% Reporting, McCain 34%, Huckabee 30%, Thompson 15%, Romney 15%

7:55 pm: 5% Reporting, McCain 38%, Huckabee 28%, Romney 16%. No significant developments.

7:54 pm: With 3% reporting, Fred Thompson is thanking his supporters for their support… is a pre-concession speech? More details coming…

7:45 pm: 1% reporting, McCain: 37%, Huckabee: 24%, Romney: 18%, Thompson: 12%

7:22 pm: Early Results In, McCain: 33%, Huckabee: 26% – Only less than 1% reporting.

7:04 pm: Michael Barone: “It looks like its going to be difficult for Huckabee to meet John McCain” – exit poll showing: McCain 32%, Huckabee 27%

7:01 pm: CNN Exit Poll: Very close between Huckabee and McCain for first, as well as between Romney and Thompson for third. So far, nothing surprising.

7:00 pm: The polls are now closed in South Carolina.

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