BOISE -- Democrats across the state turned out to voice their choice for President Saturday.
Several hundred people turned out to the Morrison Center on Boise State's campus for the Ada County Caucus.
Voters had two choices: President Barack Obama or uncommitted.
"It's just a chance for them to reaffirm their choice as Barack as president and also to rally as Democrats in Ada County to show people that we have a presence here," said Kathy Ellis with the Ada County Democratic Caucus.
The Idaho Democratic Party held 34 county caucuses across the state.
Preliminary numbers show around 1,300 people voted, with 98 percent showing their support for Obama.