There is increasing evidence that Maine's weeklong caucus results may have excluded whole towns, according to a report from the Bangor Daily News. 

The story says that a handful of towns who followed the caucus's rules and submitted their votes on time were not counted in the final result, in which Mitt Romney won the state by fewer than 200 votes.

Ron Paul came in second in the original count, and his campaign has contested the state's count. Their initial complaints were that some caucus precincts forced to reschedule because of snowstorms wouldn't be included.

This is the third time in the GOP primary process that caucus results have come under fire. Iowa's Republican Party initially declared Romney the winner, but later said Santorum had won there. Nevada's GOP took days to finalize results that had Newt Gingrich in second place ahead of Paul.