Mitt Romney was projected the winner of the 2012 Idaho caucus on Super Tuesday by Fox News.

A total of 419 delegates were up for grabs in 10 states. The Gem State holds 32 of those delegates, and NBC's Chuck Todd tweeted that the former Massachusetts governor is expected to win by a large enough margin to add all of them to his total.

Earlier in the evening, Romney captured victories in Virginia, Vermont and Massachusetts. County-by-county results for Idaho can be seen here.

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