"Official" LA GOP results in!!!Submitted by JohnFlynn on Wed, 01/30/2008 - 04:49
"LAGOP Releases Official Results of Louisiana's Republican Caucus:
January 29, 2008
Congressional District 1 Alternate Results
Congressional District 1 Delegate Results
Congressional District 2 Delegate Results
Congressional District 3 Delegate Results
Congressional District 4 Delegate Results
Congressional District 5 Alternate Results
Congressional District 5 Delegate Results
Congressional District 6 Alternate Results
Congressional District 6 Delegate Results
Congressional District 7 Alternate Results
Congressional District 7 Delegate Results
After the verification and counting of provisional ballots was completed late Friday evening, the results of the 2008 Louisiana Republican Caucus were deemed official.
In order to cast a ballot in the Caucus, a person must have been a registered Republican as of November 30, 2007. The Republican Party of Louisiana has worked with Registrars of Voters across the state in an effort to verify party affiliations of voters who cast provisional ballots.
Approximately two-thirds of the individuals who cast provisional ballots have been identified by their respective Registrar of Voters as registered Democrats or Independents as of the November 30 deadline. Their ballots, of course, will not be counted nor added to the totals of any district.
After verifying and counting all eligible provisional ballots, the addition of these votes yielded very few changes in the outcomes of races.
We have appreciated your patience as we have worked to ensure the accuracy of the 2008 Louisiana Republican Caucuses.
Jason Dore, J.D.
Republican Party of Louisiana"
They are not announcing a change in the winner, but they are saying only "very few changes" resulted. Can someone look at the results and determine how many are RP delegates, etc compared to McCain?