Ron Paul Wins Nevada At-Large Delegates, Sweeps 22 out of 25

After a strenuous count that lasted all night, the Nevada Republican Party's Election Committee Chairwoman Jennifer Terhune has announced that Ron Paul swept all at-large delegate positions to the Republican National Convention and won 22 of 25 delegates up for grabs today from the state of Nevada – sweeping three of four congressional districts and winning all offices in which they supported a candidate.

At-Large Delegates

Kurt Criss – 790 votes
Cindy Lake - 767 votes
Wayne Terhune – 763 votes
Robert Tyree – 761 votes
James Ayala – 753 votes
Cynthia Kennedy – 753 votes
James Uprichard – 752 votes
Blake Buffington – 750 votes
Victoria Crockett – 749 votes
Daniel Stakleff – 745 votes
Richard Bunce – 735 votes
Lisa Marie Johnson – 721 votes

Congressional District #1

Wiselet Rouzard – 102 votes

Douglas Davila-Pestana – 102 votes

Lilian Babcock – 102 votes

Congressional District #3

Carl Bunce – 196 votes
Mark Carducci – 187 votes
Jay Lake – 186 votes

Congressional District #4
Pat Kerby – 183 votes
Kenneth Bent – 179 votes

As is required under Nevada state law and Republican State Convention 10 c, ties were broken by candidates drawing cards - aces low.

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