All 42 of Wisconsin’s delegates to the Republican National Convention are allocated to presidential contenders in today’s Wisconsin Presidential Primary.
Twenty-four district delegates are to be allocated to presidential candidates based on the primary results in each of Wisconsin’s eight congressional districts. Each congressional district is assigned three National Convention delegates and the presidential candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in that district will receive all three of that district’s National Convention delegates.
Eighteen at-large delegates (including the three RNC delegates — the national committeeman, the national committeewoman and the chairman of the state party.) These RNC delegates are to be bound to the presidential contender receiving the greatest number of votes in the primary statewide. In every state and territory, three of the total delegates are RNC delegates. Unlike the Democrats’ superdelegates, the RNC delegates are tied to a specific candidate, they are not allowed to choose whomever they want.
Wisconsin’s Delegates are bound by the results of the primary unless released by the candidate or the candidate fails to receive at least one-third of the total votes cast in any vote for nomination.
From the Green Papers.