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State Republican chairman Kirby Wilbur stands atop stairs in his home to explain to caucus attendees the process Saturday, March 3, 2012, in Duvall, Wash. Wilbur hosted five precincts at his home. Republicans crowded homes, churches and town halls across the state Saturday for Washington's GOP presidential caucuses, the first meaningful party contests in recent memory. While the caucuses are a nonbinding contest, state Republicans say it could create momentum for the four candidates on their last stop before Super Tuesday, when voting takes place in 10 states. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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