BOISE -- Republican presidential contender Ron Paul is planning a few more campaign stops in Idaho in advance of Tuesday's caucus.
The Texas congressman has scheduled campaign rallies in every corner of the state Monday and Tuesday. The visit will mark the second major swing through the state for Paul, who won 23 percent of the vote in Idaho's 2008 Republican presidential primary.
Paul will begin Monday with an event in Sandpoint. His campaign then heads south to the University of Idaho campus in Moscow before wrapping up in Idaho Falls. On Tuesday, Paul is expected to headline a rally at the Nampa Civic Center.
Idaho Falls is also getting a visit Thursday by Mitt Romney, who won primaries in Michigan and Arizona this week.