Eva Harper of Eagle tore off a piece of her own Ron Paul sign to create one for fellow Paul-supporter Elizabeth Krause on the campus of Boise State Universityin Boise, Idaho, on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Idaho, even with its rich Republican tradition and 32 delegates, has traditionally been an afterthought to candidates vying for the presidential nomination. But GOP officials changed the state's schedule last year, opting instead to swap out a May primary for a caucus on March 6, putting Idaho in the same group as nine other states with Super Tuesday balloting. (AP Photo/The Idaho Statesman, Joe Jaszewski)  MANDATORY CREDIT

Eva Harper of Eagle tore off a piece of her own Ron Paul sign to create one for fellow Paul-supporter Elizabeth Krause on the campus of Boise State Universityin Boise, Idaho, on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Idaho, even with its rich Republican tradition and 32 delegates, has traditionally been an afterthought to candidates vying for the presidential nomination. But GOP officials changed the state's schedule last year, opting instead to swap out a May primary for a caucus on March 6, putting Idaho in the same group as nine other states with Super Tuesday balloting. (AP Photo/The Idaho Statesman, Joe Jaszewski) MANDATORY CREDIT

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