Ted Johnson proudly displays his choice for the first-ever Idaho caucus. Next to him are Clark and Jane Johnson.
Nathan Haskins, holding his son Isaac, looks over at his wife, Rebekah as they voice their support for Ron Paul.
Nathan Haskins and his a-little-more-than-indifferent son, Isaac during the Idaho caucus in Boise.
Representing at the Idaho caucus in Boise.
Officials get the buckets ready for the caucus vote in Boise, Idaho.
Young Ron Paul supporters on parade at the Boise, Idaho caucus.
Boy scouts prepare to present the United States flag at the beginning of the Boise, Idaho caucus where there were over 9,000 in attendance.
Bill Mitchell sings the National Anthem along with those gathered at the Boise, Idaho GOP caucus on Super Tuesday.
Listening carefully, Ian MacGwan considers the speeches presented by those for each candidate.
One token was handed out to each person as they entered the voting booths. In the booth there was one bucket for each candidate and the voters would deposit their token for the candidate of their choice.
The officials handing out coins would make sure that each voter would have only one token to cast their vote.
The evening wore on for everyone and some were not able to keep up. Zoe Lombard, 2 1/2, sleeps on her mom's shoulder.
As the voters would leave the voting booth, an official would mark the back of hands to show that they had voted.
The evening also had a live band playing which brought some to the "dance floor". Here, Robert and Mary Schannach are dancing and enjoying the tunes.