Roll Call of the States: RNC 2012

The name of W. Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, was placed in nomination by John Sununu of New Hampshire, with seconding speeches by Barbara Comstock of Virginia and Ron Kaufman of Massachusetts.

The roll call of the states for the Republican nomination for President (as announced by the state delegations) proceeded as follows:

Delegation Romney Paul Santorum Bachmann Huntsman Roemer
Alabama 50
Alaska 18 9
American Samoa 9
Arizona 26 3
Arkansas 36
California 172
Colorado 28
Connecticut 28
Delaware 17
District of Columbia 19
Florida 50
Georgia 72 3
Guam 9
Hawaii 17 3
Idaho 32
Illinois 69
Indiana 46
Iowa 6 22
Kansas 39 1
Kentucky 45
Louisiana 32 12 2
Maine 14 10
Maryland 37
Massachusetts 41
Michigan 24 4
Minnesota 6 33 1
Mississippi 40
Missouri 45 4 3
Montana 26
Nebraska 33
Nevada 5 17
New Hampshire 9 3
New Jersey 50
New Mexico 23
New York 95
North Carolina 48 7
North Dakota 23 5
Northern Marianas 9
Ohio 66
Oklahoma 34 6
Oregon 23 4 1
Pennsylvania 67 5
Puerto Rico 23
Rhode Island 15 4
South Carolina 24 1
South Dakota 28
Tennessee 58
Texas 130 20 1 1 1 1
Utah 40
Vermont 13 4
Virginia 46 3
Virgin Islands 8 1
Washington 38 5
West Virginia 31
Wisconsin 41 1
Wyoming 28 1
Totals 2061 190 9 1 1 1
Romney Paul Santorum Bachmann Huntsman Roemer
1144 delegate votes needed to nominate

None of the non-Romney votes were acknowledged by the Convention Secretary or the Chairman.

New Jersey put Romney over the top, with 1150 delegate votes.

Subsequently, the name of Paul Ryan, a Congressman from Wisconsin, was placed in nomination for Vice President by Steve King of Wisconsin, and then, on motion of Joanna Cruz of Pennsylvania, he was nominated by acclamation.

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