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PHOTO GALLERY: Ron Paul supporters in full force at Boone County caucus

Saturday, March 17, 2012 | 6:29 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — The Boone County Republican caucus was held at Kemper Arena on Saturday morning. Delays and confusion led to an eventual win for a Ron Paul slate of delegates that will move on to the 4th Congressional District Convention in April.

Francis Clerc shows his support for Ron Paul at the Boone County Caucus inside Kemper Arena on Saturday.
Boone County voters line up before 10 a.m. at Kemper Arena on Boone Industrial Boulevard on Saturday before the Missouri Republican Caucus. Voters were to get in line outside before 10 a.m. to be able to go inside and vote.
Rosa Robb helps direct caucus attendees to where they need to be registered on Saturday at Kemper Arena for the Missouri Republican Caucus.
Columbia resident Lauren Seabaugh waits in line with other voters in front of Kemper Arena on Saturday before the doors opened. Voters for Missouri's Republican Caucus were voting for delegates to represent them on the state and nationwide level.
Latricia and Bill Vaughn wait inside Kemper Arena on Saturday during the Missouri Republican Caucus for their first caucus experience. For many voters, Saturday was their first experience with voting in a caucus.

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