NAMPA -- Just two days ahead of Super Tuesday, former presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee made a stop in Idaho. The point of his trip was to get voters excited to go to the caucuses on March 6.
During the half hour he spoke, Huckabee never mentioned any of the Republican presidential candidates. Instead, he focused on the importance of voting and the impact it could have on our country.
You have the opportunity in the Idaho caucus for your voices to be heard across this country, Huckabee told the crowd at the Idaho Center. About 500 people showed up for the event.
Huckabee said the best way for Idaho voters to let President Barack Obama know they are not happy with his leadership is to show up and vote at the caucuses. Huckabee hopes Republicans can gain enough momentum to vote him out of office in November.
Look, I realize that there are a lot of people that think they are undecided about this election but it is time to get decided, said Huckabee.
The former governor of Arkansas made it clear that,in his opinion, any of the current Republican presidential candidates would do a better job than Obama.
Some people came to the Vote for America Rally looking for inspiration. Based off the crowd's loud applause and cheers, it seems like many may have found what they were looking for.
I hope you'll be there Tuesday to start with your voice and your vote, said Huckabee.
Tuesday, March 6, will be Idaho's first Republican Caucus.