New Hampshire

Not exactly going out on a limb here, but:

Dems: Obama, Clinton, Edwards, Richardson
GOP: McCain, Romney, Huck, Paul, Guiliani, Thompson

Final nomination prediction remains unchanged: Obama & McCain

Will Romney drop out if he doesn't win?

Posted by Bryan on January 8, 2008 with category tags of

Romney could actually be the leader in total elected delegates after Iowa and New Hampshire if he comes in a respectable second tonight. There are four candidates capable of winning different primaries, which means that no one candidate might have a majority of delegates at the end of the primaries. If Romney is everyone's second choice, he could win the nomination at the convention.

Since he has plenty of money and organization, he has no reason to quit unless one real frontrunner emerges.
   comment by chrisdye (#15) on January 8, 2008

P.S. has a delegate counter on its website. Romney and Clinton have very early leads (if you include the unelected delegates).
   comment by chrisdye (#15) on January 8, 2008

I suck. So does NH.

As for Romney's money, as I mentioned before, he's got plenty, but it's his personal fortune. At a certain point, he's gonna say why am I wasting my money?
   comment by Bryan (#22) on January 9, 2008


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