We almost forgot: Wyoming
Nobody really gives a shit about the Wyoming caucuses. Despite being nestled between the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, the nation's least populous state attracts virtually no media attention-- only 12 delegates are at stake and the sparse population distribution makes robust campaigning not even worth the effort.
But just in case you were wondering, Mitt Romney finished first in the Cowboy State on Saturday, earning eight delegates. He was followed by Fred Thompson (3 delegates) and Duncan Hunter (1)(?!).
So for those of you keeping score at home, here's how the candidates stack up in terms of total delegates accrued:
Mitt Romney: 24 Mike Huckabee: 18 John McCain: 10 Fred Thompson: 6 Ron Paul: 2 Duncan Hunter: 1 Rudy Giuliani: 0
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