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|CLARK COUNTY GOP CAUCUS RESULTS-Update|
One precinct reported late Monday. Nine delegates were elected in that precinct. The results have been added to our tally and reported to the State Party. The delegates indicated these presidential candidate preferences.
These numbers have been added to the total tally below.
Voters flowed into precinct caucus locations all over Clark County. People came out of their neighborhoods to have an opportunity to cast their vote in a Presidential Straw poll and to discuss issues important to Clark County, our State and our Nation.
A main objective for many was to enter their names onto the ballot in their precinct and be elected to become delegates who go onto the County Convention being held on Saturday, April 19, 2008 at the Prairie High School.
Attendees were given the option of declaring what Presidential candidate they preferred. Those elected to be delegates made these choices:
Results of Delegate Straw Poll
Ron Paul 224
Note: At the caucus level, no delegates are "bound" to any candidate. They are free to change their minds. Delegates elected at the caucus level go on to the County Convention being held in April. At the County Convention delegates will vote on a number of issues and will have another opportunity to be elected delegates to the State Convention.
These are the results of straw poll taken at the caucus which included everyone who attended the caucus, those who were later elected as delegates and those who were not. This vote is simply an indication by those in attendance of who they preferred for the presidential candidate.
Those who did not attend the caucus, have another opportunity to participate in the selection of our nominee for President. If you are a registered voter in Clark County you should have received a Presidential Preference Ballot in the mail. Remember, you must only vote for ONE PARTY, and ONE Presidential candidate.
The purpose of this Primary vote is to allow the Republican Party, by a vote of those who declare themselves to be Republicans , to choose their Party's Presidential candidate who will run against the Democrat candidate in November.
Independents and other voters who wish to cast a vote for one of the Republican candidates in this Primary are not obligated to vote Republican in the November General Election. In the General Election in November you are free to vote for anyone in any Party that you choose. Naturally we hope you will still want to cast your vote for the Republican nominee.
So, be sure to return your ballot no later than February 19, 2008, which is the official Presidential Primary date.
Clark County Republican Party