In a blink-and-you-may-have-missed-it moment, we had a pretty big vote take place last weekend. Perhaps you were too busy catching Syndey Sweeney on SNL, but that wasn't the only big moment worth talking about. Let us help you catch up in case you're a little behind on last weekend's news.

That is, the Republican Presidential Caucus of Idaho.

Scroll below to find out how abysmal the turnout was amongst voters

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So, let's take a look at the numbers, shall we?

This past Saturday's Republican Caucus definitely had voters come out to show support for their preferred candidate, but not as many as you'd assume. Actually, the number is a lot lower. Like, a lot.

Fewer Idaho republicans voted in Saturday's GOP caucus than back in 2012

We couldn't believe it either. With as fast as Idaho's growing, you'd be foolish to think that there aren't more people voting in 2024, regardless of what party you support.

So, what does this mean for the future of the GOP in Idaho? We have no idea, we get paid to play Taylor Swift songs all day. However, it does feel weird that literally any activity in Idaho is having less people participate than a decade ago, doesn't it?


That raises another question, where are all these voters mentioned above supposed to stop for a bite to eat after having their voice heard? Hooters, of course! Unfortunately, Boise's Hooters location closed down recently, but we're over here believing that the City of Trees could most certainly use a new location:

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