I know I already gave the results of the Nevada Caucuses, but I also wanted to report on my precinct. There were 32 people who gathered together from our little precinct to gather together (most of our precinct is still undeveloped land). Of the 32-people, 2 were not registered to vote and could not participate. 2 were not listed as being registered, so they cast provisional ballots. That left 28 people. 13 people caucused for Mitt Romney, 11 for Ron Paul, 2 for Fred Thompson, 1 for John McCain, and 1 for Mike Huckabee. The two provisional ballots: 1 for Mitt Romney and 1 for Rudy Giuliani. I was elected as a county delegate for the Clark County Republican convention. We were able to put up signs for the canidate you were supporting. The Cacus chair put up a sign for Ron Paul, I put one for Mitt Romney. No other signs were put up. (1 person, when he got there, saw the two signs and said he thought there was more than two people running for President!). Supporters of each candidate were also offered a 2 minute speech (1 per candidate) on why we should vote for their candidate. I gave the speech for Mitt Romney. I’ll post the notes for my speech tomorrow. The caucus chair gave a speech for Ron Paul. No other candidate had a speech given. We then did the straw poll. I went up front and watched the ballots being counted, just so that there was another witness. They counted the votes by candidate in alphabetical order. I was worried that Ron Paul was going to win for a minute. If the Wife and I didn’t go, it would have been a tie, assuming that everything else was the same. All in all, it was fun. I’m glad we went.