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Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani was a lame-duck mayor kicked out of Gracie Mansion by his estranged wife before 9/11 changed everything. Overnight, he was "America's mayor," applauded for his steady leadership in the wake of the nation's worst terrorist attack. Born in 1944 to a working-class family in Brooklyn, Giuliani graduated from Manhattan College in 1965 and New York University's School of Law in 1968. Giuliani served as Associate Attorney General in President Ronald Reagan's Justice Department and was later appointed U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. In 1989, Giuliani lost his first bid for mayor in the closest election in city history. In 1993, Giuliani again challenged the Democratic mayor, this time winning and becoming the first Republican elected mayor of New York in a generation. After leaving the mayor's office, Giuliani made a fortune in the private sector, making speeches and consulting on emergency preparedness. He formally entered the White House race in February 2007.
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StateVotesVote %DelegatesPrecincts ReportingRace Status
Thursday, January 3
IA4,0994%0100%
Saturday, January 5
WY00%0100%
Tuesday, January 8
NH20,3448%0100%
Tuesday, January 15
MI24,7253%0100%
Saturday, January 19
NV1,9104%1100%
SC9,5572%0100%
Tuesday, January 29
FL286,08915%0100%
Saturday, February 2
ME40%0100%
Tuesday, February 5
AL2,1741%0100%
AZ13,6583%0100%
AR6580%0100%
CA128,6814%0100%
CT2,4702%0100%
DE1,2553%0100%
GA7,1621%0100%
IL11,8371%0100%
MA2,7071%0100%
MN00%0100%
MO3,5931%0100%
NJ15,5163%0100%
NY23,2603%0100%
OK2,4121%0100%
TN5,1591%0100%
UT9880%0100%
WV00%0100%
Saturday, February 9
WC00%0100%
Saturday, February 23
AS00%0100%
RM00%0100%
Sunday, February 24
PC00%0100%
Saturday, March 8
GU00%0100%
Tuesday, May 20
KY3,0552%0100%
This report includes information from the Associated Press which may not be rewritten or retransmitted for commercial purposes without permission from the AP. The National Election Pool entrance or exit poll was conducted by Edison/Mitofsky.