Reports coming in that Anti-Trump delegates have enough support to force a roll call on the RNC rules.
— The Hill (@thehill) July 18, 2016
Delegates Unbound announced Monday afternoon it had secured enough support to force a roll call vote.
“Despite every obstacle thrown in our way, the movement of all the stakeholders involved in this effort have gained a majority of the delegates in 10 states,” said Dane Waters, co-founder of Delegates Unbound.
States ‘rebelling’ …
— Kris Hammond (@KrisHammond) July 18, 2016
— Tim Stanley (@timothy_stanley) July 18, 2016
The group needed majorities in seven states, they have them in nine.
One anti-Trump delegate told me that they want to show the world that Trump does not represent the whole party. https://t.co/7rTGMaG644
— Conrad Close (@conradclose) July 18, 2016
Update: There may be problems though submitting the signatures …
Sec of the convention is hiding behind a curtain w/ armed guards to avoid receiving the signatures for an inbound delegate vote. #RNCinCLE
— Elisha (@ElishaKrauss) July 18, 2016
We shall see.