Idaho GOP Says Caucus Could Be Nations Biggest
Jonathan Parker, the Executive Director of the Idaho GOP, says Idaho has more delegates than Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada So, Idaho really could be a key prize in the upcoming Idaho Caucuses on March 6th. Parker says all the candidates -- Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich -- have said they will "do their best" to make stops in Idaho, to either campaign or fundraise. Romney makes a fundraising appearance next week. Parker is expecting as many as 10,000 people for the Ada County caucus at Taco Bell Arena, which could make it one of the biggest in the nation. Idaho Democrats made history "four years ago, when their caucus was the largest in the nation according to the Idaho Democratic Party. But that record-breaking Democratic gathering in 2008 could be the best proof that Republicans can draw a massive crowd this year, in what they call the "reddest of the red states."
If you'd like to take part in the Idaho Republican caucuses on March 6th, you must be registered as a Republican, or register at the event.