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Wed January 4, 2012
Interpreting the Iowa Caucus Results
It was a nail-biter at last night's Iowa Caucuses. After a year of campaigning, debating, promises and political ads, voting began for the twenty twelve Republican presidential candidate. A too close to call race went well into this morning with Mitt Romney squeaking out an 8 vote victory from Rick Santorum. Ron Paul came in a healthy third and Newt Gingrich a disappointing fourth. Rick Perry and Michelle Bachmann will both re-evaluate their campaigns. We’ll look at the results and how they may affect the discussion in New Hampshire’s primary and other contests down the road.
- Jonathan Ahl - News director at Iowa Public Radio
- Wayne F. Lesperance - Professor of Political Science, Director of the Center for Civic Engagement at New England College