Battle of Addition: 138 days until GOP convention
April 11th, 2012
08:00 AM ET
10 years ago

Battle of Addition: 138 days until GOP convention

(CNN) – Your guide to where the race stands for the Republican presidential nomination:

GOP delegate estimate (as of 4/07/2012):
- Mitt Romney: 659
- Newt Gingrich: 140
- Ron Paul: 71
Needed to clinch GOP nomination: 1,144
Access the latest here.

To see where the candidates are campaigning today, see below.

Upcoming contests:

April 24
- Connecticut primary: 28 delegates at stake
- Delaware primary: 17 delegates
- New York primary: 95 delegates at stake
- Pennsylvania primary: 72 delegates at stake
- Rhode Island primary: 19 delegates at stake

On the trail Wednesday:
- Romney: Hartford, Connectictut and Warwick, Rhode Island
- Gingrich: Newark and Dover, Delaware
- Paul: Ft. Worth, Texas

soundoff (8 Responses)
  1. Wire Palladin, S. F.

    Mittens oversaw the creation of 51,000 jobs in MA during his term as governor, and left with high disapproval ratings. Somehow he has convinced the GOP that he is a job creator. Our president has seen the creation of over 4 million jobs, saved the American auto industry, gave women equal pay for equal work. Let me guess, the teavangelicals just want a white guy. (By the way, if Mittens could create 51,000 jobs in each of the 50 states, we would be talking about 2.5 million jobs.

    April 11, 2012 08:50 am at 8:50 am |
  2. Black

    Gingrich and Paul have a better chance of winning the lottery than the nomination. As stated in several fact checks, Obama is the only president to have a net job loss for his presidency. So I have no idea where that comment about creating 4M jobs came from – thats an outright lie/White House Press Office. The rest of your information is so patently false why address it. Your white guy and sexual religion mixture say it all.

    April 11, 2012 09:20 am at 9:20 am |
  3. GI Joe

    Job creation was 47th in the nation during his time as Governor. He lined his pockets.

    April 11, 2012 09:25 am at 9:25 am |
  4. GonzoinHouston

    CNN can drop this article from the ticker; the primaries are effectively over.

    April 11, 2012 09:29 am at 9:29 am |

    Just go on the internet and see the types of crowds Ron Paul pulls in. I am disgusted with the mainstream media, and have realized they ae all the same. I an an ex- democrat whos Congnitive dissonace has fully subsided. I fully believe the greedy banksters and those who control our currency are the ones who actually run this country. They try and keep us divided with the media through fear and hate. When they just rob us with with the rich that run other countries. RON PAUL 2012 CASUE HE ISNT A SELL OUT.

    April 11, 2012 10:30 am at 10:30 am |
  6. TRUTH

    Go out and seek the truth. You wont find it on MSNBC, CNN, ABC, FOX. there is a reason that Ron Paul pulls in thousands to his speeches.

    April 11, 2012 10:31 am at 10:31 am |
  7. Randy, San Francisco

    Disappointed with the exit of Santorum. Was looking forward to 4 more months of Santorum and Romney bashing each other. Thanks to Santorum, Romney moved so far to the extreme conservative right that any attempt to move back towards the middle looks like flip flopping and pandering.

    April 11, 2012 10:40 am at 10:40 am |
  8. Nobodies Pon

    Ron Paul is a sellout he didnt attack Mitt not one time the whole primary process on faact he was his cover guy. He bashed Newt and Rick every chance he got. He put no hands on Mitt not one. Ron Paul is the biggest sellout to his cause and the american people.

    April 11, 2012 10:59 am at 10:59 am |