Romney's Job In Idaho: Prevent GOP Voters From Veering 'Wild Right'
By: Emilie Ritter Saunders
March 21, 2014
Idaho is one of a few states where failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney can still be an effective campaigner. Romney has been stumping there for Gov. Butch Otter and Rep. Mike Simpson. Both are facing May primary challenges from Tea Party candidates.
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