|Laramie||Romney 91, Santorum 89
|Lincoln||Romney 33, Paul 12
|Sublette||Romney 18, Santorum 12,
|Johnson||Romney 13, Undeclared 11
|Park||Santorum 29, Romney 27
|Platte||Santorum 43, Undeclared 11
|Laramie||Romney 79, Santorum 72
|Goshen||Santorum 50, Abstentions 13
|Sheridan||Romney 39, Paul 21
Some counties only reported the
"winner" of the delegate or alternate slot with no results.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Romney Press Office
March 10, 2012
The 2012 State Convention will be held at Little America in Cheyenne, April 12-14. Delegates to the Convention will adopt a new platform, resolutions and possible changes to the existing bylaws. In addition, fourteen (14) at large delegates and fourteen (14) alternates will be elected to attend the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, in August.
Delegates assigned to convention committees should review the agenda and plan their arrival and stay accordingly; Friday evening the Wyoming Federal Delegation will host a Welcome Dinner for all delegates, alternates, and guests. Saturday evening following the close of convention a post-convention dinner will be held with Vice President Richard Cheney.
Friday, April 13th a campaign school will be held and will include presenters who have managed, scheduled, and fund raised Wyoming campaigns (local, statewide and Federal races). The fee ($35) will include lunch and any materials. Additionally, there will be Voter Vault training and following a break, there will be training and sign up session open to the public presented by the Wyoming Secretary of State Elections Staff for WYCFIS (Wyoming’s Campaign Finance Information System).
The Convention is a closed convention and access to meals and the general session on Saturday, April 14 is open only to paid delegates/alternates/guests.
The format and process for the Platform, resolutions and by laws has changed considerably. Delegates, alternates, county convention officials and precinct caucus officials should study up on the new process.
During the precinct caucuses of February 9 to February 29, 2012, the Wyoming Republican Party conducted a non-binding presidential staw poll. These are the results.