What Republicans ran in the 2008 election?

What Republicans ran in the 2008 election?

2008 Republican Party presidential candidates

Candidate John McCain Mike Huckabee
Home state Arizona Arkansas
Delegate count 1,575 278
States carried 37 8
Popular vote 9,902,797 4,276,046

Who were the candidates running for president in 2008?

The Democratic ticket of Barack Obama, the junior Senator from Illinois, and Joe Biden, the senior Senator from Delaware, defeated the Republican ticket of John McCain, the senior Senator from Arizona, and Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska.

Who ran for President in 2008 Republican primary?

2008 Republican Party presidential primaries

Candidate John McCain Mitt Romney
Home state Arizona Massachusetts
Delegate count 1,575 271
Contests won 37 11
Popular vote 9,902,797 4,699,788

Who was not allowed to run for president in 2008?

In accordance with the 22nd Amendment, incumbent President George W. Bush was prohibited from running for president in 2008, having served two full terms in the office. Vice President Dick Cheney chose not to run for president.

Who was the Libertarian candidate for president in 2008?

Ron Paul, born August 20, 1935, in Green Tree, Pennsylvania, is a long time U.S. Representative from Texas with a strong constitutionalist and libertarian voting record. He first ran for president as a Libertarian nearly two decades before the 2008 campaign.

What was the results of the New Hampshire primary in 2008?

Romney swept the eastern and western portions of the state and Paul took one southern county. The final results in Iowa were Huckabee with 34%, Romney with 25%, Thompson and McCain each with 13%, Paul with 10% and Giuliani with 4%. 2008 New Hampshire Primary results by municipality.