Ada County Republican Party
PO Box 1572 Boise, ID 83701
October 26, 2011
Ada County Republican Chairman Dwight Johnson announced today that the Ada County Republicans will hold a 2012 Presidential Nominating Caucus on March 6, 2012, at the Taco Bell Arena in Boise.
Only registered Republicans will be able to vote at the Caucus and they are currently in the process of re-registering people on the new registration forms put out by the Ada County Elections Office which have a block to check a specific political party.
“The Ada County Republican Party is excited for the opportunity to host this first-of-its-kind Republican Presidential Caucus in Idaho, and we invite all Republicans who reside in the County to participate in the event,” stated Chairman Johnson. “It is a logical process and an honor for the Ada County Republicans to have a voice in who our 2012 Presidential nominee will be, and to which candidate Idaho will send its 32 delegates to support at the 2012 Republican National Convention.”
The Idaho Republican State Central Committee met last summer and voted in support of moving the Idaho Republican Party’s selection of the Republican candidate for President to Super Tuesday and conducting the nominating process through a county caucus system. Only Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and Florida will hold earlier nomination contests.
More details of the Ada County Caucus will follow in the coming months.