In yesterday’s Idaho Republican primary, Ron Paul won 24 percent of the vote, his best primary showing yet. Of course, John McCain won with 70 percent.
UPDATE: Dave Weigel notes that some Paul supporters were actually disappointed with the result. He rightly points out that the Paul campaign has hoarded its campaign cash, which makes no sense given that the contest has shifted to the cheap media markets and McCain, having clinched the nomination, has effectively disengaged from the GOP race.
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