- Associated Press - Saturday, April 9, 2016

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Awaiting results from the Wyoming Democratic caucus voting, state Democratic Party Executive Director Aimee Van Cleave says she’s gotten reports of a “really good” turnout Saturday across the state.

“Not record breaking but on par with previous records,” Van Cleave said. “2008 was our high-water mark and most counties are coming right within 2008 numbers.

At 11 a.m., Democrats in 23 counties around Wyoming began the part of their caucus where they vote for the presidential candidate of their choice.

They are assembling into separate caucuses supporting their candidate at which time they start to cast ballots.

Representatives of caucuses are allowed to make short presentations for anyone who is undecided.

At stake in the caucuses are 14 of Wyoming’s 18 delegates to the Democratic National Convention.

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