NHPR's Senior Political Reporter Josh Rogers is reporting this week from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
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- FACT CHECK - Night One of the RNC
- Bouquets and Brickbats from Opening Night at Trump's Convention
- Trump Campaign Says Melania's Words Were Her Own
- Night Two Convention Speakers Hammer Clinton
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by Casey McDermott
Candidates (even those who placed in the New Hampshire primary but have since dropped out of the GOP nomination race, like Jeb Bush) get to select a slate of delegates to represent them at the convention.
Related: Click here for Casey's full story on New Hampshire's delegations to both party conventions.
Those delegates are awarded proportionally based on the results of the primary: Donald Trump has 11, John Kasich has four, Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush each have three, and Marco Rubio has two. (Each candidate also gets a matching number of alternates.)
The full rundown of those delegates includes a mix of state lawmakers, local campaign strategists and grassroots volunteers. Included among the Trump delegates selected for New Hampshire is his own campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, who hails from Windham and was active in local Republican politics before joining the Trump team.
Related: Click here for Josh Rogers' rundown on the high-profile N.H. Republicans who *won't* be at the convention
The full list of Republican delegates can be found in this document, from the Secretary of State’s website.
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