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All Eyes on Iowa: The Hawkeye State's Caucus, and What it Means for N.H.

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Waiting in line to caucus in Iowa

After months of following campaigns, polls upon polls, and debates, voters in the Hawkeye State finally have their say -- with the Iowa caucuses officially launching the presidential nomination process. We'll discuss the results and how they might affect our First in the Nation Primary, just a week away.

GUESTS:

 

  • Trip Gabriel - political reporter for The New York Times. He has lived in Iowa for the past year, reporting on the presidential campaign there for The Times
  • Dennis Goldford - professor of political science and Flansburg fellow with the Harkin Institute for Public Policy and Citizen Engagement at Drake University. He is co-author of The Iowa Precinct Caucuses: The Making of a Media Event
  • Wayne Lesperance - professor of political science at New England College, and director of the Center for Civic Engagement.
  • Josh Rogers - NHPR's senior political reporter.

 

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