After four hours of sometimes grinding debate, roughly 1,000 caucus goers awarded Paul a majority of the county’s delegates to Republican congressional district conventions in April and the state convention in June. Romney got the rest.
The caucus-approved slate contained no delegates for Santorum or former House speaker Newt Gingrich.
And backers of the former senator from Pennsylvania — who won Missouri’s non-binding primary in February — didn’t like it.
“We were totally railroaded,” said Mary Jane VanBuskirk, a Santorum caucus voter. “And it’s not fair.”