Ron Paul ended up taking a majority of the delegates in Maine:
With Mitt Romney’s GOP presidential nomination all but decided, Ron Paul supporters took control of the Maine Republican Convention and elected a majority slate supporting the Texas congressman to the GOP national convention, party officials said. The results gave the Texas congressman a late state victory.
In votes leading to the close of the two-day Maine convention, Paul supporters were elected to 21 of the 24 delegate spots from Maine to the GOP national convention in Tampa, Fla. The 24th delegate’s seat goes to party Chairman Charles Webster, who has remained uncommitted throughout the process.
Of course this likely means that Maine won’t be allowed to seat any delegates since the Republican National Convention isn’t too keen on the serfs choosing somebody besides Mitt Romney.
One thought on “Looks Like Maine Won’t be Seating Delegates at the Republican National Convention”
I want the RNC to not seat enough delegations that people will finally question the party leadership on its less than honest positions. In other news the Libertarian party formally declared Gary Johnson this weekend.
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