Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has won the Wyoming Caucus, according to a CNN projection.
Yesterday, Mitt Romney won Arizona and the majority of votes in the state of Michigan.
This win is certainly a boost to his campaign, which has suffered due to popularity growing over his adversary, Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum.
As reported by CNN:
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has won the Wyoming caucuses, CNN projects. Based on straw-poll results compiled and released by the Wyoming Republican Party, Romney won 39% of the votes cast in straw polls conducted at county-level caucuses.
Throughout February, Wyoming Republicans held caucuses and cast votes in straw polls in 22 of the state's 23 counties. The final county, Sweetwater County, held its caucus Wednesday night.
Based on results compiled and released by the Wyoming Republican Party, Romney won 39% of the votes cast in straw polls conducted at county-level caucuses through Tuesday.
Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania came in second with 33% of the straw-poll vote, followed by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas with 20% and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich with 8%.
The delegate count may be closer. Of the 26 delegates at stake, CNN estimates Romney will pick up 10 delegates, while Santorum will take in nine delegates, Paul will receive six and Gingrich one.
A little more than 2,000 people caucused this year in Wyoming, the state with the country's smallest population at just more than 500,000 residents.
Looks like the momentum is going back in the hands of Mitt Romney.