Red, White & Blue
The Idaho Caucus is coming up March 6, but how does it work?
With just a little over a week away until the Idaho Caucus, the process is still a mystery to many Idahoans.
Idaho has 32 delegates up for grabs in this Caucus, which is more than Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada. According to the website of the Idaho GOP, "The voting will be conducted by secret ballot and takes place in successive rounds."
Each round, the candidate with the lowest vote is eliminated. Voting ends when one candidate receives at least 50% of the vote. If your candidate is eliminated, you may vote in the next round for a different candidate.
You must be a registered Republican to enter, but may register at the site as you enter. There will be one Caucus in each county in the state. Ada County's Caucus will be held at the Taco Bell Arena and Canyon County's Caucus will be held at the Idaho Center.