I forgot to mention the Colorado caucuses in today’s column, but I’m not really sure what to say about them anyway. I can only find one poll; it shows a big lead for Romney, but it’s from before the Florida primary. And then there’s this:
There is no formal system applied in the Precinct Caucus to relate the presidential preference of the Precinct Caucus delegates to the choice of the election district’s delegates to the Colorado County Assemblies and District Conventions. The delegates in attendance at each Precinct Caucus alone determine if presidential preference is to be a factor and, if so, how it is to be applied.
Does anyone know how, in practice, the delegates will be apportioned?
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