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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Obama Loses 42 % Of Kentucky Democrat Primary Vote ....To Air

It doesn't really mean much but it sure as hell looks bad and makes you wonder just how well he is going to do come Nov.

4 in 10 Democrats desert Obama in Arkansas, Kentucky primaries

By Josh Lederman and Emily Goodin - 05/22/12 09:12 PM ET

Four in ten Democratic voters chose someone other than President Obama on Tuesday in primaries in Arkansas and Kentucky.

In Arkansas, John Wolfe — a perennial, long-shot candidate — took 41 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary, with 71 percent of precincts reporting. Obama came in just under 60 percent. The Associated Press did not call the race for Obama until close to midnight.
And in Kentucky, 42 percent of Democrats chose "uncommitted" rather than cast a vote for the incumbent president. Obama took 58 percent, with 99 percent of precincts reporting.


Rough Night… Obama Loses 36 Arkansas Counties to Unknown Democrat – Loses 66 Kentucky Counties to “Uncommitted”

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, 4:57 AM

It was a rough night.
With 89% of counties reporting, Barack Obama lost 36 Arkansas counties to newbie candidate John Wolfe in Arkansas.

(Obama counties in green)
John Wolfe won 41.5% of the Democrat vote in Arkansas.
In Kentucky, Barack Obama lost 66 counties to “uncommitted.”

(Obama counties in Kelly Green)
Obama only won 52 counties out of 120 in Kentucky with 99% reporting.
And Mitt Romney won a larger percentage of the vote in each state than the sitting president.
ABC-Yahoo reported:
In Arkansas, results are still in the early stages of being counted, but with 33 percent of precincts reporting, Obama has 61.5 percent of the vote, and his Democratic challenger, John Wolfe, a lawyer from Tennessee, has 38.5 percent. Romney, comparatively, has received 69.5 percent of the vote, the AP reported.
Hat Tip Mad Hatter


  1. I smell a "Constitutional Crisis" on the horizon. Or maybe another war or other such development to "force" Omama to delay the elections. Something is in the air. He won't go quietly.