Wyoming's Democratic Party officials says it has confidence in the process that will be used to tally votes in the state's upcoming presidential caucus.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports the state party will test a new means of counting votes during the April 4 caucus.

Wyoming Democrats will allocate delegates for the first time with a ranked-choice system that allows voters to list up to five candidates.

An official says the Wyoming party has no concerns about the logistics after hiring a trusted vendor that has established three separate software fail-safes in the system used to collect results.

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