Originally posted by TinfoilTP
Since he endorsed Romney, his delegates would naturally go to Romney.
Doesn't matter anyway, Romney just picked up another 100 delegates in his 3 State sweep today so he only needs about 120 more and the road to
acclamation is complete. Once the magic number is reached it is over, there will be no delegate voting.
Romney was on Hannity tonight as the candidate with no opponents left.
No, Santorum has to release his delegates. Or he has to end his campaign as of right now it is suspended.
So in states where Santorum has bound delegates, the vote goes to Santorum. The State GOP can however vote to unbind the delegates prior to the
national convention. However if the State has already had it's convention then they remain bound.
The common misconception is that a candidate who releases his delegates automatically gives them to the nominee. This is not true, the truth is they
are free agents to vote for who ever they want. So In the case of Santorum and Gingrich as well as Huntsman, they usually don't release the delegates
if Romney has a primary competitor still at the national convention. In this case it is Ron Paul. Should they release the delegates, then those
delegates could vote for Ron Paul.