I just got back from my caucus. It didn't surprise me that Ron Paul won our precinct because the Paul campaign here is well organized.
We had less than 15 people at our caucus which seems like a small amount but it isn't really since the precinct is really just our neighborhood. Factor in that Republicans have been single-handedly flushing their platform and the US Constitution down the toilet over several decades and it shouldn't alarm anyone to learn that this number is small.
There were several Romney supporters there but once I counted votes (acting as Caucus Whip) I switched from uncommitted to a Paul supporter. We not only won the presidential preference poll (Beauty contest that Miss Washington wouldn't have a chance in) but we also aced them out of delegates. Here was the breakdown:
Precinct Committee Officer to convention - Ron Paul supporter
Two delegates to the convention - Both Ron Paul supporters
Two alternate delegates - Both Ron Paul supporters
Everyone else - Well let's just say they got a similar amount of time that Dr. Paul got in all the debates. There's your lesson in blowback jerks.
Oh yeah, we also had crackers and cheese. Yum.