8:22 p.m. Eighteen of Washington’s 40 GOP convention delegates are awarded from today’s caucuses, with 19 delegates tied to the state’s primary on February 19th.

8:25 p.m. Republican Caucus (16% reporting)
McCain = 27%
Huckabee = 26%
Paul = 21%
Romney = 17%
Uncommitted = 9%

9:18 p.m. Republican Caucus (38% reporting)
Huckabee = 27%
McCain = 23%
Paul = 21%
Romney = 18%
Uncommitted = 11%

10:23 p.m. Republican Caucus (78% reporting)
McCain = 26%
Huckabee = 24%
Paul = 21%
Romney = 16%
Uncommitted = 13%

11:44 p.m. Republican Caucus (83% reporting)
McCain = 26%
Huckabee = 24%
Paul = 21%
Romney = 17%
Uncommitted = 12%

11:25 a.m. CNN projects John McCain has won his first caucus of the 2008 campaign. With 87 percent reporting, McCain holds a 1.8 point lead over Mike Huckabee. The tables were turned for Huckabee who clearly lost the state due to a large number of voters (17 percent) supporting former candidate Mitt Romney. Ron Paul had another strong caucus state showing with 21 percent.