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Romney takes 39 percent of the vote; Santorum in a not-so-distant second with 33 percent.

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Mitt Romney wins Wyoming caucus

Romney takes 39 percent of the vote; Santorum in a not-so-distant second with 33 percent.

Wyoming Republicans held their last caucus on Wednesday night, and with that caucus complete, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney won Wyoming, which held caucuses throughout February, with 39 percent of the vote, the Wyoming GOP announced.

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum received 33 percent of the vote and came in second, followed by Texas Rep. Ron Paul, with 20 percent and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich came in fourth, with 8 percent of the vote.

According to estimates by CNN and the Wyoming GOP, Romney will pick up 10 of the state’s delegates while Santorum will pick up nine.

One more state will caucus before 10 states vote on Super Tuesday — March 6. Washington state holds its caucus on Saturday, March 3.

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Tony Lee edits The Chase 2012 section and writes on politics and culture for HUMAN EVENTS. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook. E-mail: ALEE (at) EaglePub.com

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