Update: As of 3:00pm eastern time, Mitt Romney has won six of the 12 Wyoming delegates. California Congressman Duncan Hunter has won one and Fred Thompson one, with four yet to be awarded. Those numbers are a correction over what was reported in this post earlier, which gave Romney seven and Hunter one. That still gives Romney a majority of the delegates.
Unlike even the Iowa caucuses, Wyoming's county conventions reflect more the choices of party leaders in the state than a popular vote. While several candidates have visited the state, mostly for fund-raising events, Wyoming has received little attention sandwiched in between the two traditional kick-off states and the state was penalized by the national party, which stripped it of half of its delegate total.