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Subject: 2nd QUESTION: The uncommited delegates - do they have to vote "uncommitted" on the 1st ballot or can they actually vote for someone?

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Date Posted: Thu March 17, 2016 11:57:57
In reply to: Is that the case in all states? 's message, "QUESTION: Are all Republican delegates that have been won so far bound to vote for their candidate on the first ballot?" on Thu March 17, 2016 10:22:16

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No. Rubio's delgates are not bound and anobody can get them. (NT)TellerThu March 17, 2016 13:21:23

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