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Vegas Delegate Counts

Saturday, January 19th, 2008


LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — Coming to you from the Wynn hotel, which turned out to be the biggest at-large caucus. Here are the numbers hot of the press from the Nevada Democratic party:

Staff members from the Nevada Democratic Party have counted the number of eligible caucus goers in the nine at-large precinct caucuses on the Las Vegas Strip. The number of delegates that will be elected at today’s at-large caucuses will be:

Wynn: 79 delegates
Bellagio: 62 delegates
Mirage: 69 delegates
Paris: 61 delegates
Luxor: 77 delegates
New York New York: 34 delegates
Rio: 28 delegates
Flamingo: 49 delegates
Caesars Palace: 33 delegates

These delegates have been allotted based on attendance at each individual at-large precinct caucus. The at-large delegates will be awarded today in addition to the 10,446 delegates already allocated to Nevada’s 1,754 neighborhood precincts.

Video to come. Caucus results here.

Wynn photo via Edward B. on flickr.

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