American Samoa Democratic caucuses, 2008

American Samoa Democratic caucuses, 2008

The American Samoa Democratic caucuses, 2008 took place on February 5, 2008, also known as Super Tuesday; three national delegates were decided. Caucusing began at 11:00 am local time.

Party officials in American Samoa stated that it was the biggest caucus ever held in the territory. A record setting 285 caucus goers, who voted for their candidates at a hotel in the capital, Pago Pago, turned out for the caucus.

Results

American Samoa Democratic presidential caucus, 2008
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
Hillary Clinton 163 57.19% 2
Barack Obama 121 42.45% 1
Mike Gravel 1 0.35% 0
Totals 285 100.00% 3
American Samoa also has 6 superdelegates; 4 have endorsed/voted for Senator Clinton while 2 have endorsed/voted Senator Obama.

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