There Will Be No Missouri Caucus Results

For those in search of Missouri’s caucus results, there won’t be any announced today. Here’s a brief rundown on the details, from AJC:

“What happens on Saturday is that county caucuses in Missouri will elect people to go to the Congressional District Caucuses – on April 21; those caucuses will then elect 24 of the state’s 52 delegates.

Then in early June, the rest of Missouri’s delegates will be elected at the state GOP convention.

…so you won’t see any results on delegates in Missouri until June.”

We have Puerto Rico’s primary on Sunday, where 20 delegates are up for grabs; they will be split between the candidates unless one receives 50% or more of the vote.

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  • Doug Marquardt

    Missouri is bizarre in so many ways. :???: