Comment: Except if, back in February,

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Except if, back in February,

Except if, back in February, your town did not elect enough delegates to fill all the available delegate seats for that town. For example, if your town had 15 available delegate seats and 15 alternate seats, but your town was only able to elect 11 delegates at your town caucus (this happens frequently in Maine due to lack of interest in participating in the process), then you could show up today and fill one of those delegate slots. You would at LEAST have to bring a picture ID and some other proof of residency in that town, and most preferably a notarized copy of your voting registration card - to prove you are a registered republican. If you were to bring those things you MIGHT (fairly likely you could in my opinion) be able to become a delegate. And you would need $25 for the delegate fee, cash or check, no debit/credit card