Alan Keyes finished eighth in the New Hampshire primary, receiving just 220 votes — exactly 1,000 less than Duncan Hunter. He did manage to beat former candidate Tom Tancredo, who was still on the ballot to collect 68 votes despite having dropped out, and all of the lesser-known minor candidates.
For example, Keyes managed to crush Hugh Cort, who got 43 votes. John Cox took 40 votes, finishing three behind Cort and 1 vote behind Vermin Supreme. I’d say Cox had an even worse night than Keyes. He received fewer votes in the New Hampshire primary (40) than he did at the Ames straw poll (41).
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