The Iowa Caucus: A Real Rotten Potato
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Winning the coveted caucus in Iowa is a certain jump-start to party nominations. Losing can cripple, if not fatally wound, a campaign. This commentary questions the appropriateness of The Iowa Caucus to have the level of importance in national campaigns givens a rarely, if ever, discussed detail about the state.
Author: Kenneth D. Price
Original Date: December 30, 2011
Category: Politics and Government
Length: 3 pages
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