Idaho Democratic Party: BW Team Listens to Gem State Dems

“Idaho Democrats see a stark choice this fall between President Obama, who stands up for middle-class families and working Americans, and a likely Republican presidential candidate who is completely out of touch with the middle class."

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Idaho Democratic Party leaders estimated that more than 1,300 Idahoans participated in Saturday's Presidential Caucuses at 34 different sites across the Gem State. The results were not surprising: President Barack Obama, unchallenged, won approximately 98 percent of the caucus votes, with about 2 percent choosing to remain uncommitted.

“Idaho Democrats see a stark choice this fall between President Obama, who stands up for middle-class families and working Americans, and a likely Republican presidential candidate who is completely out of touch with the middle class,” said Larry Grant, state Democratic Party chairman.

Similar to the state GOP caucuses held in early March, Boise Weekly sent a team of reporters to listen to Idaho Dems on Saturday, to give you a sense of who among the party faithful is already engaged in what is certain to be a robust election season.