SPRINGFIELD — Missouri's lengthy method of allotting Republican presidential delegates begins Tuesday night in a single rural county in the southwest corner of the state. It won't culminate until June, at a state convention that finally will settle which candidate gets the bulk of Missouri's 52 delegates.
Missouri GOP caucus begins Tuesday; winners won't be definitive until June
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