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I just found out that some Trump supporters are also claiming that the Wyoming caucuses were unfair.
I attended the district (4-9) and county (Laramie) level caucuses. At the district caucus, I was elected to be a delegate to the county convention. At the county convention, I was elected to be an alternate delegate to the state convention. I did not attend the state convention due to a blizzard.
At each level which I attended, there were elections for delegates. At each level, the support for Ted Cruz was overwhelming. It was not even close.
At the district level, there was in my district only one person for Trump and one for Rubio. Neither opted to even run for county delegate.
At the county level, the WYGOP presented for vote a handpicked slate of electors. This slate was roundly voted down, specifically because the people there did not trust the WYGOP to not represent the GOPe.
For the rest of the day, and I mean the rest of the day, elections were held for delegates to the state convention. Of the delegates which the WYGOP originally suggested, only those who supported Ted Cruz were eventually elected.
Having been at these caucuses, I find any claim that the people of Wyoming did not get a chance to vote, and/or that the Wyoming caucuses were unfair to be misinformed at best.