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Rick Santorum Picks Up Delegates With Victory In 2012 Kansas Caucus

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Rick Santorum has picked up at least 32 delegates in Saturday's caucuses, and he could get even more if his margin of victory holds up in Kansas.
Rick Santorum has picked up at least 32 delegates in Saturday's caucuses, and he could get even more if his margin of victory holds up in Kansas.

WASHINGTON — Rick Santorum won 33 of the 40 delegates at stake in the Kansas Republican presidential caucuses Saturday, but Mitt Romney countered by winning delegates in Wyoming and three U.S territories.

Delegates won by each candidate in Saturday's contests:

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Kansas

Mitt Romney: 7

Rick Santorum: 33

Newt Gingrich : 0

Ron Paul: 0

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Virgin Islands

Romney: 4 (Romney already had endorsements from the three Republican National Committee members, who are automatic delegates).

Santorum: 0

Gingrich: 0

Paul: 1

Uncommitted: 1

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Guam

Romney: 9, including the 3 RNC delegates

Santorum: 0

Gingrich: 0

Paul: 0

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Northern Mariana Islands

Romney: 9, including the 3 RNC delegates

Santorum: 0

Gingrich: 0

Paul: 0

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Wyoming(asterisk)

Romney: 7

Santorum: 3

Gingrich: 0

Paul: 1

Uncommitted: 1

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Overall totals to date

Romney: 454

Santorum: 217

Gingrich: 107

Paul: 47

Needed to win the GOP nomination: 1,144

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Note: Wyoming concluded a series of county conventions that started Tuesday, awarding a total of 12 delegates throughout the week.

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