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Missouri should not have a star yet. Even though the people have voted, it was essentially a straw poll. Santorum will probably still win, but hasn't actually done so yet, not until the caucuses currently taking place have ended. IrishCowboy (talk) 20:13, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
From the Missouri Caucus Page "Caucus-goers will be voting for delegates, and with few exceptions, these delegates will not be bound to a particular candidate. Because there is no vote on candidate preference, neither the Missouri GOP nor any election authority will have or release any data regarding the ‘winner’ of the caucuses." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Light-jet pilot (talk • contribs) 21:38, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
I gathered results from as many county caucuses as possible and it looks like Santorum wouldve won had a straw poll been held. There is a chance Paul takes the total national delegates, but we wont know that until June.--Metallurgist (talk) 22:35, 31 March 2012 (UTC)
Is it fair, at this point, to list Romney as the presumptive GOP nominee? After all, who else is getting the nomination. I don't think this violates WP:CRYSTAL. Go Phightins! (talk) 23:02, 24 April 2012 (UTC)