Trump supporters avoiding delegates with foreign names?

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Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump lands first major newspaper endorsement Clinton: Trump's election talk poses 'threat to our democracy' Clinton displays at Trump event raise eyebrows MORE lost out on at least two delegates on Tuesday because some voters declined to choose a delegate representing Trump who had a foreign-sounding name, a Cook Political Report editor noted.

In Illinois's 6th District, Nabi Fakroddin received almost 5,000 fewer votes than Trump's other two delegates, Paul Minch and Barbara Kois. Minch and Kois came in first and second in vote totals, but Fakroddin finished in sixth place behind three John Kasich delegates.
In another district, a Trump delegate named Raja Sadiq received more than 7,000 fewer votes than another Trump delegate named Doug Hartmann.
The real estate mogul has been heavily criticized for his rhetoric about immigrants and minorities, with many claiming he is stoking racial anxieties.