With 76% of the precincts reporting, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has won the Kansas Republican caucuses by an overwhelming 62% to 22% margin.
And in the Washington caucus, does Huckabee have a shot? Wasn't this a state whose Republicans gave their majority to Pat Robertson, in the 1988 caucus (iirc), and in 2000, soundly rejected McCain, in favor of Bush. Does the Baptist preacher have a shot among the evangelicals in Washington State?
Also, it was widely overlooked, but James Dobson came out with an endorsement of Huckabee after Romney dropped out. I can't imagine whom the Michelle Malkin/NRO crowd will rally around, in a choice between two Republicans that they have seemed to equally detest.
Update [2008-2-9 18:19:39 by Jerome Armstrong]: The delegate results:
Mike Huckabee swept all 36 delegates in the Kansas GOP caucuses Saturday, giving him a total of 234.
That is still far behind Sen. John McCain, who has 719 delegates. It will take 1,191 delegates to secure the Republican nomination.