CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Participants in Wyoming’s final series of Republican precinct caucuses Tuesday say they’re looking for the best candidate to repeal federal regulations on fossil fuels.
Precinct caucuses involve lively debating over presidential candidates. Even so, this year’s won’t provide a clear look at which Republican presidential candidate has the lead.
The precinct caucuses only choose delegates to Wyoming’s upcoming Republican county conventions. The county conventions are where Republicans will pick 12 delegates to their national convention this summer.
The Wyoming Republican Party has promised the national party not to collect presidential results before the county conventions March 12. The state GOP will select 14 more national delegates at its April state convention in Casper.
Wyoming Democrats begin their process of choosing national delegates next month.