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GOP Presidential Candidates Make Stops In Idaho

Idaho is a hot spot in the GOP presidential race this week.

Rick Santorum visited Coeur d’Alene and Boise on Tuesday. (Click here for story.)

Mitt Romney has added a public appearance at a Boise manufacturing company to his slate of Idaho campaign activities.

Romney will speak at modular building company Guerdon Enterprises Friday afternoon following a $2,500 photo appearance and a $1,000 luncheon at the Grove Hotel.

Ron Paul will make a campaign stop in Twin Falls on Thursday. Paul’s campaign says he will address a Town Hall meeting at Twin Falls High School’s Roper Auditorium beginning at noon.

Paul will quickly move on to rallies in Vancouver, Wash., at 4 p.m. and Seattle at 7:30 p.m.

The candidates are vying for the 32 delegates up for grabs in the state’s March 6 caucus. Idaho Republican officials moved the contest to Super Tuesday this year from its usual May date in hopes of making the caucus more relevant.

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