Obama Couldn’t Get 60% of the Vote in Kentucky and Arkansas

President Obama had no opponent in the Kentucky primary, but he only managed to pull out 57.9% of the vote. The rest went to”uncommitted.” In Arkansas John Wolfe was on the ticket, a guy most people have never heard of but still garnered 41% of the vote to the president’s  59%. Mitt Romney did better in the primaries in both states, even though Ron Paul, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich were on the ballots.

In Kentucky, with 99 percent of the vote tallied, Romney took about 67 percent of the vote. Ron Paul, who is no longer actively campaigning, got 13 percent of the vote.

And Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, both of whom have withdrawn from the race, got a combined 15 percent of the vote. About 6 percent of voters opted for “uncommitted” in the GOP presidential primary.

In Arkansas, Romney took about 69 percent of the vote, compared with 13 percent for Paul, 13 percent for Santorum and 5 percent for Gingrich, with 70 percent of the vote tallied, according to the AP.

Gateway Pundit has the maps of the counties Obama lost, and Jammie Wearing Fool has a poll showing Romney way ahead in Florida.