CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The least populated county in the nation's least populated state opted not to commit to any Republican presidential candidate in a Wednesday night caucus.

Republicans in Niobrara County in east-central Wyoming chose an uncommitted delegate to go to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., this summer. Just 22 people voted.

Voters chose five delegates at five county conventions on Super Tuesday. Four went to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and one to Texas Rep. Ron Paul.

Six more Wyoming delegates will be decided when more counties hold their GOP county meetings on Saturday.

Niobrara County has about 2,500 people. Wyoming's population is about 568,000.