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Preview of Super Tuesday, Part 1 (AK, GA, ID, MA, ND)

State: Alaska Type of election: Caucus How it works: 24 delegates are at stake and are awarded proportionately. Official election results: Alaska Division of Elections Republican candidates: Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum (all others have dropped out or are polling at less than 1 percent) Democratic candidates: There is no Democratic presidential caucus.
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