Wyoming’s Republican caucus is today. It’s a closed caucus where delegates from the county conventions will be chosen. 12 of the 14 delegates will be chosen today and 2 more will be chosen at the state convention in May. I’m predicting a high 50% win for Romney – I think he’ll do pretty well there. I think that he probably has the backing of most county delegates. This will be a good win for him if he can pull it off (and I think he will).
OK, here are the final (95% reporting and it hasn’t moved in over a day, so this is final enough for me) results for the Republicans:
|Date||State||Candidate||Votes||%||Delegates||RNC Delegates||Total Delegates||Delegate Count|
I’ll do the Democrats later today – the far right column is the delegate total factoring in RNC delegates who have already pleged from other states (3 from Arkansas for Huckabee, 1 from Maine for Romney and 1 for Giuliani, 1 for Romney from Illinois, 2 from Minnesota for Romney, and 2 for Romney from Indiana) – these CAN change, but probably won’t. The Democrats have Superdelegates (a LOT more of them), which at this point are less for sure. So I’ll work on totalling those up later today (I threw out my back pretty bad, so I’ve just been taking pain killer and laying around).
Here’s a chart of the current Republican Delegate Count:
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