Ron Paul winning in Maine
Boston Herald reports that Ron Paul has won. Source Overall, Paul has won the majority (uncomfirmed that he won all 15 delegates at large) of delegates. Note that they are unbound (see below).
Also note that Charles Cragin, who lost the vote to chair the convention, says the Paul delegate violated the rules of procedure and therefore may not be seated at the national convention.
Paul will win ME, and also will have managed to change the leadership of the republican party at the state level in electing a State Chairman who supports Paul. Romney backers and the establishment are not happy about the results. Webster did not say that the Paul supporters were breaking the rules, but did say this situation was emblematic of why they should switch to a primary vote instead of a caucus process for choosing delegates. The establishment's anger and frustration in losing control were exemplified by David Sawicki, in the picture below, who made a motion to halt the delegate confirmation process. His motion was ruled out of order. Source
I am so proud of Maine and all those people who sacrificed their entire day to be there to support Paul. I admire the state for their dedication, respect for others. NH should listen to Maine and live up to their creed, "Live Free or Die."