(Sheridan, Wyo.) — Republican parties from across the state have gotten a lot of questions about caucuses, and how Wyoming selects its candidates, Ryan Mulholland, Chairman of the Sheridan County Republican Party recently told Dally. "There is a lot of confusion on the process and at least one unaffiliated website that indicates Wyoming caucuses on Super Tuesday," Mulholland said. "That is not true." The state of Wyoming does not hold a general election-style primary like most states will on Tuesday. The Republicans in this state do not vote for a presidential candidate in caucus, but Wyoming has precinct caucuses in each county. Sheridan County's happened Feb. 20. See how and why Wyoming Republicans caucus here.
"Many of us (perhaps all of us) dislike the current system," the Sheridan
County GOP says.
When the Republican National Convention moved the National Convention to
July this year, it put the convention a month ahead of Wyoming's primary
elections, but it did not change the way Wyoming voters influence who the
Republican nominee for President will be.
The current process for electing delegates to National Convention has been
in place for some time, but efforts are under way now to change the system
"We hope to see this very topic up for debate, and perhaps ratification,
during Wyoming's Republican State Convention in April," the Sheridan County
GOP says. "Unfortunately, any changes this year will not impact how things
must happen this presidential cycle."
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