Who is Visiting Iowa?

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Here we sit in late 2013 and the visits for the January 2016 Iowa Caucus are already coming. There have been no formal announcements for the caucus, but potential candidates will visit and test the waters. 2012 Iowa Caucus winner, Rick Santorum, is already set up for a run with a three-day visit at a …

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2016 Iowa Caucus

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Get official news and information for the 2016 Iowa Caucuses at 2016IowaCaucus.com 2016 presidential candidate profiles, 2016 election news, caucus information and more.

New 2012 Iowa Caucus Final Results: Rick Santorum Wins

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(99% of precincts reporting – 1% remain missing ) Rick Santorum – 29,839 – 24.6% Mitt Romney — 29,805 – 24.5% Ron Paul —— 26,036 – 21.4% Newt Gingrich – 16,163 – 13.3% Rick Perry – 12,557 – 10.3% Michele Bachmann 6,046 – 5% Jon Huntsman — 739 – 0.6% Other ——— 316 – 0.3%

Mitt Romney Wins Iowa Caucus

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Candidate Votes Pct. Mitt Romney 30,015 24.5% Rick Santorum 30,007 24.5% Ron Paul 26,219 21.5% Newt Gingrich 16,251 13.3% Rick Perry 12,604 10.3% Michele Bachmann 6,073 5.0% Jon Huntsman 745 0.6%

2012 Iowa Caucus Results: Mitt Romney Wins Iowa Caucus by 8 Votes – 100% precincts reporting

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Sponsored by US Politics Guide 2012 Iowa Caucus Results (100% precincts reporting) Candidate Votes Pct. Mitt Romney 30,015 24.5% Rick Santorum 30,007 24.5% Ron Paul 26,219 21.5% Newt Gingrich 16,251 13.3% Rick Perry 12,604 10.3% Michele Bachmann 6,073 5.0% Jon Huntsman 745 0.6% Next election: New Hampshire Primary – Vote on poll now!

Ron Paul Edges a Surging Santourm in Final Iowa Caucus Straw Poll

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Rick Santourm has picked the right time to surge, but it wasn’t enough to topple Ron Paul who finished in first again with 1,051 votes (18%). Santourm finished 990 votes (17%). Newt Gingrich fell from the last Straw Poll, but still managed a very close third place with 957 votes (17%). The race stayed close …

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Confused About The Iowa Caucuses? Here’s A Guide

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At 7 p.m. Central time on Tuesday, Jan. 3, the first contest of the 2012 presidential nominating process finally kicks into gear in Iowa. As you’ve heard countless times, Iowans vote in caucuses, which are small political meetings held in 1,774 locations scattered around the state. Here’s a quick primer. How It Works A primary …

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Iowa in a Dead Heat in Recent Rasmussen Poll

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The Iowa Caucus is no less settled than it was one year ago. A recent Rasmussen Reports poll taken 12-28-11 shows the race to be a dead heat. The poll shows both Rick Santorum and Rick Perry making significant gains, while Michelle Bachmann has fallen to just 5%. Though the numbers show a close race, …

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Tea Party Bags Bachmann and Endorses Paul

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On December 28, 2011 Iowa state senator Kent Sorenson resigned as Michele Bachmann’s Iowa campaign chairman and gave his endorsement to Ron Paul, saying a that Paul was “most conservative” of the top-tier Republican candidates, and that he’s a better bet to beat Romney, the ex-governor of a liberal state who has struggled to win …

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Has Romney Overcome the Religious Hurdle in Iowa?

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Massachusetts’ Governor Mitt Romney has finally seen some positive movement in recent Iowa polling after being stagnant for much of the election cycle. As Iowans debate whether Romney is a Conservative or a Rhino, Evangelicals are debating whether he is a Christian. Many Iowans simple do not consider religion when voting, but the fact remains …

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