This is where you'll find results for the 2012 Washington caucus.
Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and current GOP frontrunner, led with 37 percent of the vote going into the Evergreen state's Republican caucus, according to the latest data from Public Policy Polling. Rick Santorum, the former senator from Pennsylvania, followed with 32 percent of the vote, while Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich trailed in third and fourth places, with 16 percent and 13 percent of the vote, respectively, going into Saturday's contest.
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Paul bested Romney in the 2008 Washington caucus, winning just over 22 percent of the vote, according to The New York Times. Paul finished in third place behind Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas. Romney finished in fourth place in 2008 with just 15.4 percent of the vote.
There are 43 delegates up for grabs in Washington. 40 of them will be awarded based on Saturday's vote. Three more are Republican party officials who are not bound to any candidate at the national level. Because Saturday's contest is a non-binding straw poll, however, none of the delegates will be awarded until the state convention in May, Josh Amato, the communications director for the Washington State Republican Party, explained to The Huffington Post.
The map below, featuring real-time data provided to HuffPost by the Associated Press, shows county-by-county results for this year's Washington caucuses.
To see the returns for a specific county, simply click that area of the map. You'll also be able to see how Romney and Paul fared in each county in 2008.
The map is updated every five seconds, so there's no need to refresh for the page for the latest results.
Delegate allocations are tentative and might be adjusted later. Credits: Jay Boice, Aaron Bycoffe, Daniel Lee and Christian Rocha.
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