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State caucuses to set tone for Super Tuesday vote

With the primaries in Arizona and Michigan history, the focus on the race to capture the Republican presidential nomination turns to Washington, and its position could be crucial. That’s because it’s the final chance for candidates to get momentum before the all-important Super Tuesday showdown in 10 states, including Idaho, on Tuesday.

Spin Control: Nethercutt weighs in on presidential candidates

With presidential candidates making their quadrennial stops in the Inland Northwest ahead of the caucuses, Republican voters might be wondering how to pick among the four remaining candidates. After all, none of the four has very strong connections to the region, or has spent much time in the area when not on the campaign trail. And some haven’t made even so much as a pit stop here yet.

Paul revs up receptive crowd

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul may not have won a state primary yet, but he remains a favorite to win Spokane County. A standing-room-only crowd of about 2,300 shouted their support for Paul during his 45-minute speech Friday evening at the Spokane Convention Center.

GOP candidates put Northwest on campaign tours

Like many presidential election years, the Inland Northwest is becoming a stop on the campaign trail as the Washington and Idaho caucuses approach. Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul will be in Spokane Friday for a 7:30 p.m. rally at the Spokane Convention Center. His visit follows by just three days a stop in Coeur d’Alene by GOP rival Rick Santorum.

Santorum touts electability to crowd of 600 in Idaho

Rick Santorum on Tuesday became the first presidential candidate to visit the Inland Northwest, just as national polls showed him at the top of the Republican field. In response to questions from reporters after a speech, Santorum downplayed the polls, noting that he had de-emphasized the same polls in recent weeks when they showed him behind.