The journalists haven't read the election rules, quite apart from deliberate obfuscation and disinformation.
I haven't see any of the thousands of journalists who have even taken a look at the rules. One looked at the rules for one state.
The article shows how the delegates were supposedly bound from the caucus.
But Ron Paul people got 22 out of 28 delegate slots.
Only 5 Ron Paul people can vote for Ron Paul - according to the initial caucus.
The rest of them can abstain (they could vote for Ron Paul but the penalties for doing so are unclear - risk of getting thrown out and not being able to vote on the 2nd ballot perhaps).
My projected count is Romney 6, Ron Paul 5, 17 Abstentions.
If it was required a couple could switch from abstaining to vote Ron Paul to win the state.
I have updated my latest count elsewhere.
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