(ABC NEWS) Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz looks poised to dominate the intricate state convention process here in Wyoming today, hoping to add another 14 delegates to his total haul and block rival campaigns from chipping away at his support.
Hot off sweeping Colorado’s delegates last weekend, the Cruz campaign is once again flexing its organizational muscle, boosting his already-strong position in multilevel convention contests where local party officials choose the state’s national delegates.
Most states have a primary or caucus to determine how many delegates each candidate receives. But a few states, like North Dakota, Colorado and Wyoming, elect their delegates at state party meetings.
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