A solidly conservative state with the nation's second-largest Mormon population, Idaho's caucus was a predictable win for Mitt Romney, even with little polling available beforehand. Ron Paul made a valiant attempt to make a showing in the Gem State, starting off his day there, but any candidate to take more than 50 percent of the vote gets all of Idaho's 32 delegates -- and Mitt Romney just did.
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