Ted Cruz Wins Most Delegates in Wyoming, Rewarding Time Spent in State https://t.co/pGtVwCw9z3— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 13, 2016
Senator Ted Cruz won the most delegates awarded in the Wyoming Republican conventions on Saturday, while Senator Marco Rubio narrowly beat Gov. John Kasich in Washington, D.C., on the last day of voting before Tuesday’s make-or-break primaries in five large states....
Compared with the primaries coming in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio — in what is shaping up to be a second “Super Tuesday” — these contests made for a minor Saturday, with Mr. Cruz trimming a bit from Donald J. Trump’s delegate lead.
But in Washington, where Republicans are relatively rare and tend to work as lobbyists, lawyers and Capitol Hill staffer members, Saturday amounted to what might be the establishment’s last chance to roar back at the angry anti-Washington masses who have dominated the electorate so far.
Can someone explain WY to me? These numbers make no sense. Will there be less than 600 votes in the entire state?— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 12, 2016
@mitchellvii People elect officials to vote so its basically establishment republicans deciding who to vote for.— austin (@MAGA_2K16) March 12, 2016
@FoxNews Why is Wyoming listed in your March primary list? We have no primary in March.— Dana (@flifish) February 29, 2016
DATES FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONS CONT'D:— uggy (@akauggy) March 2, 2016
NEW YORK 4/19
@kuhb00m @Shadowgeek75 I live in Wyoming. It'll all be decided before our Primary in August.— Alt Delegate Roo (@Tek_Roo) March 1, 2016
Fun fact from @Politico: #Wyoming #Republicans don't even have a primary, and instead just send delegates to the convention unbound ,, smart— Keith Demko (@KeithDemko) February 28, 2016