UPDATE: Results from my pooled caucus according to the pooled caucus chairman:
16 for Ron Paul
14 for Mike Huckabee
11 for John McCain
7 uncommitted, or PCOs who didn't show but may still be eligible to be automatic delegates
3 for Mitt Romney
Washington State held its precinct caucuses today, the first step in our state's nominating process. My precinct was in a "pooled caucus" with approximately 25 other precincts, averaging about 5 participants each.
My precinct had 8 participants. 1 Romney supporter, 2 Huckabee supporters, 1 McCain supporter, 2 "uncommitteds" and 1 Paul supporter (me).
Our precinct is allocated 2 delegates. There were 5 nominees. 1 Huckabee, 1 Paul (me), 1 McCain, 2 "uncommitteds". On the first and only ballot for delegates, I was tied with the Huckabee supporter for 1st place. So both of us were elected. The alternates are split between McCain, Huckabee and "Uncommitted".
In the other precincts that met in my pooled caucus, it looked to be overwhelmingly for Paul, but I do not yet have the final numbers. There are reports around the state that in some districts and counties, Paul won the most delegates.