A lot of people who know better, including me, have totally forgotten about the Wyoming Caucus this Saturday. It is a contest only on the Republican side and it has been largely written off by the press because few candidates have campaigned there and only a scarce handful of delegates will be chosen.
However, it could be an interesting storyline. Romney did invest some time there so, will it pay off? If he wins there can he use that to stop some of the hemmoraging from Iowa? If Huckabee wins there after, I'm assuming, not having even campaigned there for a day, is that a harbinger of things to come?
Or is, as the press seems to have assumed, Wyoming irrelevant?