The following comment by Idaho GOP Chairman Norm Semanko appeared on iSightonline: “On Super Tuesday, March 6th, the day of Idaho’s Republican Presidential Nomination Caucus, every county in the state will hold a County Caucus. Instead of selecting Idaho’s nominee for the GOP presidential candidate at the polls in the May primaries, voters must show up to participate in their counties’ Caucuses. Idaho has 32 delegates to send to the national convention. That is more delegates than Iowa, New Hampshire or Nevada. Idaho will be a big, early prize for the winning Republican Presidential candidate, and we should expect to see candidates paying more attention to Idaho Republican voters.” More here.
Question: Do you agree with Chairman Semanko that Idaho is a big, early prize in the GOP presidential race?