In our tiny precinct last night, the results were: Obama - 10, Clinton - 7. We couldn't get a sense of how the other precincts went, but we noticed what I thought was a pretty equal number of both Obama and Clinton stickers on sweaters around the room. When we were leaving, a small precinct meeting next to ours had gone Clinton. From what the Boulder Dems superchair had to say, it was a huge turnout for our district. I didn't recognize more than one of our neighbors, but our neighborhood is pretty closed-door, and wave-only-if-you-accidentally-make-eye-contact, so the guy next door could have been there without my knowing it. We have a few vacant houses on our block alone, and lots of Mexican nationals who didn't show up to rock the vote -- they could, of course, be Republicans, but they seem smarter than that so I'm assuming they just skipped the caucus.
The local news is saying that Obama bested Clinton 2 to 1 with 60% of the vote in, and that Romney spanked McCain.
The caucus process is interesting. Sly B pointed out that it was two white men who stumped for the candidates. I'll add that it was two unprepared, quasi-liberal, Boulder-type, white men who stumped for the candidates. When it came time to talk party platform, I noticed that gay marriage wasn't on the list to be considered. No big surprise there.