Likely Iowa caucuses winner is this candidate – Here is what it could mean for Democrats
By Newt Gingrich (original source Fox News)
“I first got engaged in the Iowa caucuses when I was supporting then-Rep. Jack Kemp of New York for the Republican presidential nomination in the 1987-1988 campaign. I ran in the Iowa caucuses in 2012 as part of my own presidential campaign.
Callista and I crisscrossed the state for months (helped by the fact that she had gone to Luther College in Decorah, Iowa). We both know how volatile and rapidly changing the Iowa caucuses can be.
Because Iowa has a caucus system rather than a primary, the ability to get committed supporters to go out on a winter night and spend several hours talking and voting is key. It really favors those with strong, devoted advocates. It also favors those who catch a wave at the last minute and surge by attracting many undecided voters who are not comfortable with other candidates.”
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