According to the reports I am reading, with a few exceptions, any votes that were cast for anyone other than John McCain were not announced. Here is excerpt of an email I received from a very reliable person:
A few observations:
1) With the exception of AK, UT, and I believe ID, each of the states announced their votes for McCain only. AK announced five for Ron Paul. UT announced two for Romney. ID announced six for Ron Paul.
2) If votes went for RP, they were not announced. Perfect example being Pawlenty of MN. He announced that 35 of 41 votes when for McCain. He failed to mention that the other six were for Ron Paul. I am being told that Barb Davis White was not in attendance and therefore did not cast her vote for Ron Paul.
3) The RNC Secretary failed on numerous times to acknowledge the votes from the floor. Examples being PA and WV. PA announced 73 of 74 for McCain. The Secretary then repeated "74 from PA for McCain." The same thing happened when WV announced 28 of 30 for McCain. The Secretary then said "30 for McCain."
My disgust for the GOP is about as high as it could possibly get. Could they be any more childish? Purposely misreporting the vote to have the appearance of unanimity. This is the type of thing they would have done in the Soviet Union.
Here is a an excerpt from an article on The Oklahoman newspaper website:
Ron Paul supporters in Oklahoma’s Republican National Convention delegation remain disappointed today because no one heard the U.S. House member from Texas receive two of Oklahoma’s votes.
The microphone was cut off Wednesday night before U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa, could announce the Oklahoma delegation’s vote.
All but two of Oklahoma’s 41 delegates voted for Republican Party nominee U.S. Sen. John McCain. Delegates Paul Clayton of McAlester and Robert Demarest of Talihina voted for Paul, who had sought the GOP presidential nomination.
Oklahoma’s vote was announced in the Xcel Energy Center as all 41 votes going to McCain. Inhofe tried to get the attention of convention organizers so he could correct the mistake and announce the correct tally.
Convention workers eventually said that couldn’t be done, possibly because the convention was running late. It was about 11 p.m. when it was Oklahoma’s turn to announce its vote in the second round. Several states including Oklahoma abstained on the first round so that McCain’s home state of Arizona could announce the vote that would allow him to receive the nomination. Then the roll call resumed with the states that had abstained going in alphabetical order.
At least Senator Inhofe has some common decency, which is more than can be said for the rest of the GOP "leadership".
Full article here.