Mr. Trump may have won the vote in Louisiana's primary, but Mr. Cruz came out with an equal number of delegates when the election results got sifted through the state party procedures. Mr. Cruz has pulled off similar maneuvers in numerous states. In Colorado, where delegates are picked at congressional district caucuses, Mr. Cruz has claimed all the delegates. In Texas, where Mr. Trump thought he had picked up 48 of the state's 155 delegates even though he lost to Mr. Cruz in the primary, the Austin American-Statesman reports that all 155 will be Cruz supporters. Yes, 48 of them will be required to vote for Mr. Trump for two nominating ballots at the Republican convention in Cleveland this July, but they are free to vote with Mr. Cruz on procedural rules and will go to Mr. Cruz if a third ballot comes around. Even in states where Mr. Trump came in first, like South Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Virginia, Mr. Cruz has gotten stealth delegates elected who will abandon the New Yorkbusinessman for the Texas senator as quickly as they can legally do it.