Wyoming Republican caucuses, 2008
|Elections in Wyoming|
The 2008 Wyoming Republican caucuses took place on January 5, 2008, with 12 national delegates chosen by county convention delegates. A majority of the national delegates were won by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. In addition, two national delegates were elected at the Republican State Convention on May 30-31.
Eligible voters included precinct committee chairs (one man and one woman for each of the 487 precincts, which were elected in 2006) and 250 county convention delegates, elected in precinct caucuses held throughout Wyoming in December 2007 and apportioned according to Republican voters in the last congressional election.
Although originally the size of the delegation was 28, RNC rules stated that any states holding primary contests before February 5 would lose half of their delegates.
Each of the 23 counties elected either a delegate or an alternate delegate, except for Laramie County, which elected both a delegate and an alternate delegate.
|John McCain||1||4.7%||1 |
Results by County 
|Big Horn||Alternate||Mitt Romney|
|Hot Springs||Delegate||Fred Thompson|
See also 
- "Romney wins Wyoming caucuses". AP. Archived from the original on 2008-01-08. Retrieved 2008-01-05.
- Wyoming Secretary of State
- Wyoming GOP begins choosing delegates - Decision '08 - MSNBC.com
- "Wyoming Republican County Conventions Results (Excel file)". Retrieved 2008-01-05.
- "RESULTS: Wyoming". CNN. 2008-01-05. Retrieved 2008-01-05.