Glad to have you here at the Richardson Campus! Over the next few months, we'll be uploading videos, posts and podcasts from contributors around the country. This is a blog for supporters of Bill Richardson to discuss his stance on issues, the presidential race, and politics in general. Anything in the political arena is in play here--while Governor Richardson is the center of this site, we want to hear from you on any relevant topic.

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Friday, January 4, 2008

Just so we're clear

According to his campaign, Governor Richardson finished with about 7% of the vote in Iowa during the first round of voting. However, because he failed to reach the 15% viability mark, many of his supporters had to re-vote, and his final tally dropped to 2%.

While the 7% finish is still significantly less than the governor had hoped for, it's in line with the most recent Iowa poll numbers, and still much better than the paltry 2% everyone is reporting.


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