PRIMARIES PART THREE: Liberty voters in D3, D6, D7, D13, and Capitol head to polls

Welcome to primary night number three! Tonight Liberty voters in Districts 3, 6, 7, and 13, along with the Capitol, will be voting for their presidential and VP nominees for the upcoming election. Let’s revisit the district delegate chart.

Liberty Primary Delegate chart

Tonight there are 1,300 delegates up for grabs tonight out of the 3,350 delegates left to be bound. 200 delegates are unbound and can vote for whomever they choose at the convention. There are 4,500 delegates total. 38% of remaining pledged delegates are available tonight and 29% of the total delegates.

In the last set of primary elections, the winners were as follows:

District 1: Mellark, West (300 delegates)

District 9: Oaksmith, Escavel (150 delegates)

District 14: Descoteaux, Tarson (350 delegates)

District 15: Mellark, Madison (150 delegates)

As such, the delegate counts are:

President: Mellark 450, Descoteaux 350, Oaksmith 150, Oswald 0, Wilson 0.

Vice President: Tarson 350, West 300, Escavel 150, Madison 150.


UPDATE: We now have numbers out of District 7. We can now easily call the lumber district’s presidential primary for home district Governor Amy Oaksmith. This brings the delegate race to Oaksmith 550, Mellark 450, Descoteaux 350, Oswald 0, Wilson 0. 

1% in – Oaksmith wins – PRESIDENT – D7

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 77 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 11 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 6 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 4 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 2 percent

1% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D7

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 27 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 26 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 24 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 22 percent

UPDATE 2: We now have numbers out of District 13. We can now call the nuclear district’s presidential primary for Secretary Celine Oswald, her first win of the primary season. This brings the delegate count to Oaksmith 550, Mellark 450, Oswald 450, Descoteaux 350, Wilson 0.

1% in – Oswald wins – PRESIDENT – D13

Sec. Celine Oswald – 48 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 18 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 12 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 11 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 11 percent

1% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 25 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 25 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 25 percent

UPDATE 3: We now have further numbers from District 7’s VP primary.

20% in – Madison leads – VICE PRESIDENT – D7

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 30 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 25 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 23 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 22 percent

UPDATE 4: We now have further numbers from District 7’s VP primary and District 13’s VP primary. We can call the D7 primary for Secretary Jonathan Madison. This brings the delegate race to Madison 550, Tarson 350, West 300, Escavel 150.

45% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D7

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 33 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 24 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 22 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 21 percent

16% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Sen. Alexandra West – 25.29 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25.25 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 25. 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 25.22 percent

UPDATE 5: We can now report numbers out of the Capitol. We can call the presidential primary for Vice President Dale Wilson, bringing the delegate count to Oaksmith 550, Mellark 450, Oswald 450, Descoteaux 350, Wilson 100.

1% in – Wilson wins – PRESIDENT – Capitol

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 40 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 24 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 19 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux- 11 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 6 percent

We can also report that the winner of the Capitol VP primary is Secretary Jonathan Madison, his second win of the night. This brings that delegate count to Madison 650, Tarson 350, West 300, Escavel 150.

1% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – Capitol

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 46 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 26 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 15 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 13 percent

UPDATE 6: We can now report further numbers from District 13’s VP primary.

37% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 25.32 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25.25 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 25. 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 25.19 percent

UPDATE 7: We can now report numbers from District 3.

1% in – Wilson leads – PRESIDENT – D3

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 30 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 26 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 19 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux- 13 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 12 percent

1% in – Madison leads – VICE PRESIDENT – D3

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 34 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 30 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 18 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 18 percent

UPDATE 8: We can now report further numbers from District 3. We can now call the presidential primary for D3 for Vice President Dale Wilson, his second win. This makes the delegate count Oaksmith 550, Mellark 450, Oswald 450, Descoteaux 350, Wilson 250.

31% in – Wilson wins – PRESIDENT – D3

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 34 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 25 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 16 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux- 13 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 11 percent

We can also call the vice presidential primary for D3 for Secretary Jonathan Madison, his third win of the night and fourth overall. This brings the delegate count to Madison 800, Tarson 350, West 300, Escavel 150.

29% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D3

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 38 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 29 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 17 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 16 percent

UPDATE 9: We now have further numbers out of District 13.

61% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 25.80 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25.15 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 25. 14 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 24.01 percent

UPDATE 10: We now have numbers out of District 6. We can now call the presidential primary for D6 for Governor Amy Oaksmith, her second win of the night and third overall. This makes the delegate count Oaksmith 750, Mellark 450, Oswald 450, Descoteaux 350, Wilson 250.

1% in – Oaksmith wins – PRESIDENT – D6

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 45 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 17 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 15 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 14 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 12 percent

1% in – West leads – VICE PRESIDENT – D6

Sen. Alexandra West – 30 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 21 percent

UPDATE 11: We now have further numbers out of District 6. We can now call this district’s VP primary for Senator Alexandra West. This brings the delegate count to Madison 800, West 500, Tarson 350, Escavel 150.

40% in – West wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D6

Sen. Alexandra West – 34 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 22 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 19 percent

UPDATE 12: We now have further numbers out of District 13.

85% in – Tossup – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 26 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 25 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 25 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 24 percent

UPDATE 13: We now have further numbers out of District 13. We can now call the nuclear district’s VP primary for Governor Rebecca Tarson after a very tight race. The delegate count now lies at Madison 800, Tarson 800, West 500, Escavel 150.

99% in – Tarson wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 27 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 26 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 23 percent

UPDATE 14: We now have final numbers for all districts.

100% in – Wilson wins – PRESIDENT – Capitol

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 46 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 22 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 17 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux- 10 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 5 percent

100% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – Capitol

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 49 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 26 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 15 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 10 percent

100% in – Wilson wins – PRESIDENT – D3

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 35 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 25 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 15 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux- 13 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 11 percent

100% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D3

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 41 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 26 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 17 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 16 percent

100% in – Oaksmith wins – PRESIDENT – D6

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 47 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 17 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 14 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 13 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 12 percent

100% in – West wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D6

Sen. Alexandra West – 30 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 26 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 20 percent

100% in – Oaksmith wins – PRESIDENT – D7

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 75 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 12 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 6 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 4 percent

Sec. Celine Oswald – 3 percent

100% in – Madison wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D7

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 35 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 23 percent

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 21 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 21 percent

100% in – Oswald wins – PRESIDENT – D13

Sec. Celine Oswald – 47 percent

Sen. Peeta Mellark – 19 percent

Gov. Rosalie Descoteaux – 12 percent

Vice Pres. Dale Wilson – 11 percent

Gov. Amy Oaksmith – 11 percent

100% in – Tarson wins – VICE PRESIDENT – D13

Gov. Rebecca Tarson – 27 percent

Sec. Jonathan Madison – 26 percent

Sen. Alexandra West – 24 percent

Gov. Trenton Escavel – 23 percent

ANALYSIS: A big night for Secretary Madison and Governor Tarson! Both hit a very high number of delegates (800), and Senator West is barely keeping up. Reports say that Governor Escavel, who has a measly 150 delegates, will withdraw after tonight’s losses.

In the presidential campaign, a new breath of life has been breathed into the Vice President’s campaign as he wins the Capitol and D3 primaries. While neither were a total surprise, he desperately needed these victories to justify staying in the race until his home district of District 4, which he will likely win. Oswald did the same, only she did this with her home district of District 13. The real question for her campaign is if it will continue to be viable afterwards. Oaksmith padded her delegate count today as well, propelling herself into the lead with a win in her delegate-heavy home district of District 7. Meanwhile Rosalie Descoteaux was unable to win any primaries today, but her win in D14 was enough to hold her over to the next set of primaries.

UPDATE 15: Governor Trenton Escavel announced his withdrawal from the vice presidential race in a press conference.

“While this road has been worthwhile, the people of Panem have indicated that they have other plans. I congratulate Secretary Madison, Senator West, and Governor Tarson on their victories tonight, and I trust that this race will produce the best nominee for the vice presidency. At this time I will not endorse nor will I release my delegates.”

UPDATE 16: In an election night interview, Vice President Dale Wilson refused to drop out of the presidential race.

“I will absolutely not withdraw from this race. We’ve got a great shot at this nomination…we won two primaries today, which is more than Governor Descoteaux can say. She won none. It’s more than Secretary Oswald or Governor Oaksmith can say for today. We are going on to District 4, which we are going to win, and we are going on to the convention, where I’ll be getting this nomination. So, no, I’m not gonna drop out.”

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