Caucus

Idaho GOP Plan Caucus Tweaks
Idaho GOP Plan Caucus Tweaks
Idaho's Republican Party is celebrating after its first-ever presidential caucus, and what many participants called a very successful event in terms of participation and political relevancy. Despite the event's initial success, party organizers say they'll likely make a number of changes to the caucus in preparation for the 2016 presidential race. Idaho GOP Executive Director Jonathan Parker says
Idaho Goes For Romney
Idaho Goes For Romney
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has won Idaho's Super Tuesday Republican caucus. Romney is likely to get all of Idaho's 32 delegates after besting rivals Ron Paul, Rick Santorum and Newt  Gingrich. Romney coasted to victories in the  southern and eastern counties...
Idaho Caucus Is Tomorrow
Idaho Caucus Is Tomorrow
Idaho's first Republican presidential caucus is tomorrow as GOP stalwarts choose a challenger for Democratic President Barack Obama come November. Historically, Idaho held a May GOP presidential primary.  But the state Republican Party this year opted to move up its selection process two full months by joining nine other states holding "Super Tuesday" nominating contests.
Idaho GOP Says Caucus Could Be Nations Biggest
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 fundra