Ted Cruz Wins 6 Delegates from Colorado, Trump None

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas listens during a campaign stop, Wednesday, March 30, 2016, in Madison, Wis. (AP Photo/Andy Manis)
AP Photo/Andy Manis

Ted Cruz picked up the first delegates awarded in Colorado, which does not hold a presidential primary for the GOP presidential race.

From the Denver Post:

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz took the first six national delegates awarded in Colorado, winning all the seats elected at two congressional district conventions Saturday.

Of the six delegates and six alternates elected, 10 pledged support to the Texas senator and two is unpledged.

Donald Trump supporters made loud noise at the conventions and John Kasich put formed a three-delegate slate — but both candidates were shut out.

The overwhelming win showcased the Cruz campaign’s months-long efforts behind the scenes in Colorado, led by U.S. Rep. Ken Buck withhelp from grassroots organizations, Gun Owners of America and the Faith and Freedom Coalition.

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