"Uncommitted" Gives Obama Run for His Money in Kentucky Primary


With 99.8 percent reporting, Barack Obama has 119,245 votes, while ‘Uncommitted’ has 86,789 votes. That is, Obama has 57.9 percent of the vote, while ‘Uncommitted’ has 42.1 percent.

The Republican primary isn’t nearly as close. Presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, leads his closest rival, Ron Paul, by over 55 percentage points so far. The current tally: Romney has 107,362 votes (or 66.85 percent of the vote), Paul with 20,117 votes (12.53 percent), Rick Santorum with 14,230 (8.86 percent), Newt Gingrich with 9,459 votes (5.89 percent), and ‘Uncommitted’ with 9,428 (5.87 percent of the vote).

Paul, Santorum, and Gingrich have dropped out (or, in Paul’s case, essentially dropped out) of the race. Needless to say, ‘Uncommitted’ is not an actual candidate.




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15 comments on “"Uncommitted" Gives Obama Run for His Money in Kentucky Primary
  1. jong says:

    It seems to mean that some of the Democrats are willing to give people goodies in their socialist state.  But, they are unwilling to give up their own in Obama’s marxist one.

  2. Rchguns says:

    I really believe That Dirty Diaper Head Obama should be required to resubmit his affidavits and background investigations before he can be put on the ballot. He got away with it the first time but just because you did does not mean he should be given a pass. Everyone running for president is required to meet certain standards and they do not meet the standards they should not be allowed to run.

    Why should it be any different for an individual who is running for reelection than it is for someone running the first time? For position is important as president of the United States that person should be required to present improve they meet all the requirements every time they run.

    The other point that I really feel should be expressed not only for president but for every federal employee that is elected to an office must pass A Background Investigation and be able to qualify for at least A Secret Clearance. Is that when the military and in many corporations if you can’t pass the background investigation you don’t get the job.

    Question how many of our congressmen, representatives, and other public officials would be not only ineligible but possibly even criminally liable for things they’ve done if these clearances were required.

  3. sean murry. says:

    The rag head in the white house needs to a have background investigation.

  4. Chuck says:

    Put an end to Obama’s reign of terror.  VOTE for Romney so the healing can begin.   The suffocating Executive Orders will be voided, ObamaCare repealed, Keystone pipeline will get built, and taxes will be lowered.   We will see the last of Jarett, Biden, Clinton, Panetta, Bernanke, Geithner, and all the Czars.

    • Thomas Gill says:

      I am sorry to say that romney will not alter the slide of our country into socialism,and bankruptcy of our great Republic.He agrees with odumbo on 95%of his programs.He likes the federal reserve,NDAA,DHS,Hr371,He thinks that the trash in the white house is a “good guy”,he favors gay couples being  able to adopt innocent children,which is doublespeak for favoring gay marriage,he supports TSA,he is working with the republicans in theHouse for a new obamacare package,he has made no claim in lowering taxes for the WORKING CLASS of Americans.He favors wiretaps in schools,playgrounds and even churches.He ADMIRES Ben bernake AND Geitner.He favors gun control,has said nothing about reversing executive orders(and remember this,congress has 30 days to overide an executive order,but they have not).Do you remember at the beginng of the primary seaon,that nobody liked romney.He will probably win the election,but he had to do it with out  my vote,I promised the Lord  that I would never vote for someone who in favor of abortions

      • Ohio4TEA says:

         people had the same doubts about Reagan.

        • Thomas Gill says:

          Please believe me,I hope I am wrong.our country needs someone deperatley to alter the path of destruction that we are presently on.I just don,t see it in romney

        • Nuzzybuzz says:

          But Romney is STILL better than obama.  People that feel the same as you could cause this country to implode with another 4 yrs of the present.  Elections unfortunately have come down who is the least detrimental to our country.  Please remember that you said that Romney is 95% vs. obama being 100% bad, well Romney in your mind is then 5% better than obama.

      • Thomas do you have any relatives in Ohio??
        Any Body But obozo, It will take Romney a little time to undue the mess obozo the clown made, and we will see where he tries to lead our country, and if he doesnt do the right thing then we will get rid of him the same way we will get rid of the clown posse that is occupying OUR White House in DC

        • Thomas Gill says:

          My relatives came to America in the middle1600′s,and spread out.I am sure I have relatives in Ohio.I know it will take time to undue odumbos mess.But in four years,if he doesn’t,then the demorats will run an out and out communist,and again the choice of lesser evils.That is what’s going on now

  5. I suppose these people voting for Santorum and Gingrich do know they are not very active any more, eh? Maybe a ‘protest’ vote against Romney, a we STILL want anybody but Mitt kind of thing.
    But for loser-bama, it appears that Mr. Uncommitted is running pretty strong. And on a zero budget, at that!
    Click the name.

  6. ABO……………..Anybody Butt Obozo!

  7. Nuzzybuzz says:

    Kentucky’s coal mines are suffering because of admin policies.  Many dems here are more moderate and reasonable than the extreme left wing.