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Spin Control

Talk among yourselves

The Washington Republican State Convention broke up into congressional district caucuses after lunch.

Delegates in each of the nine districts will select national convention delegates that are awarded through the precinct caucus process. They may also hear from candidates who want to run for the U.S. House in their district.

It's this selection of national delegates where the Ron Paul supporters have their best chance of sending people to the convention in Minneapolis.

Caucuses are closed to the public, so we won't know how things are going until they're over.

Details to come, as they used to say in the old "legacy media" days.

The Spokesman-Review's political team keeps a critical eye on local, state and national politics.