NY Times: They Still Love Huck and Paul

By Sarah Wheaton | April 23, 2008, 6:37 pm

In most cases, winning nearly 73 percent of the vote would be considered a blowout. But for Senator John McCain it could be cause for concern, given that he has been the presumptive Republican nominee for more than a month now.

Mr. McCain won every county in Pennsylvania in the Republican primary Tuesday yes, the Republicans had a nominating contest there, too but former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (who dropped out of the race in March) and Representative Ron Paul of Texas did surprisingly well in some of its most conservative counties.

Overall, according to The Associated Presss count, Mr. Paul took 15.9 percent in the Pennsylvania G.O.P. primary, with 11.3 percent of Republicans voting for Mr. Huckabee.

Mr. McCains worst showing was in Juniata County, near the center of the state. He received only about 59 percent of the vote, while Mr. Paul took nearly 28 percent. In 2004, President Bush won Juniata with 72 percent of the vote.

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