I understand they were gone in just a few hours.
It's very seldom anyone comes to North Idaho.
Should be fun.
The next round of voting and caucuses on Tuesday includes Idaho and Republican presidential hopefuls are making a final push to gain support, with Marco Rubio visiting Idaho Falls and Boise Sunday while Ted Cruz making a stop in Coeur d'Alene Saturday.
At the Kootenai County Fairgrounds Friday volunteers were helping get things ready for Saturday's campaign rally, but for Ted Cruz supporters, the work started a long time ago, as Coeur d'Alene is not exactly on the short list of places to visit for a GOP presidential candidate.
“It took a lot of work to get him here,” Cruz campaign volunteer John Cross said.
Cross added that he thinks the visit means a great deal for both Republicans as well as North Idaho.
“It will be a chance to see a presidential candidate, it's just something that doesn't happen every presidential election, which is only four years, but you just don't have the opportunity to see actual candidates here. It's going to be exciting." Cross said.And..........................one of my favorite restaurants, Nosworthys Hall of Fame, with the best ever fries in the entire world is directly across the street from the fairgrounds. Hmmmmmmm
There was a big push from local Cruz campaign volunteers to bring the senator to Coeur d'Alene and they believe his brief visit will make a great impact.