‘Unbound Delegates' Could Decide The GOP Presidential Nomination
Several states and territories, including the U.S. Virgin Islands, could be deciding factors in the GOP presidential nomination.By Melissa Prax | April 1, 2016
With the possibility of a contested Republican convention looming, several states and territories — like the U.S. Virgin Islands — could be a deciding factor.
The key is unbound delegates, or delegates who can freely vote for their choice in the first ballot at the Republican National Convention.
This idea is banking on the possibility that current GOP front-runner Donald Trump won't snag the needed 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination.