Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri all hold Republican presidential nominating contests Tuesday.

View Photo Gallery: Going into February with four contests behind them, the four remaining presidential contenders continue on the campaign trail.

A total of 128 delegates are at stake in those states — including 36 in Colorado — none of which will actually be awarded today, the RNC re-emphasized in a note to reporters on Monday. 

Colorado and Minnesota’s contests are caucuses, while Missouri holds a non-binding primary to be followed by a caucus on March 17. 

Here is how you can follow the Colorado caucuses:

What is the schedule? 

According to the Associated Press,  Colorado caucuses start at 9 p.m. ET. The first results in Colorado are expected immediately after polls close. 

There will be no exit or entrance polls.

How can I follow the results? 

We’ll host a live-blog with news, video, photos and results here in Election 2012. Use our Colorado caucus tracker to see the political geography, delegate allocations and get results by county.

How can I follow the caucuses on social media?

Use the hashtags #COpolitics and #COCaucus to join the conversation about the caucuses on Twitter, and tag Instagram and other social media photos from the campaign trail #2012Unfiltered to add to our ongoing project.


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