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How many delegate votes did Rick Santorum get at the Iowa Caucus?
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Who were the top 2 winners of the Iowa caucus held on Tuesday?
Who is Rick Santorum?
Rick Santorum formerly served as a senator for Pennsylvania. He is now a Republican candidate. He is married and has 7 children. He is very conservative and sticks to what he believes, unlike Romney and mainly Obama. In the Iowa caucus he was 8 votes away from getting first. Although results for the New Hampshire primary was not very well, Santorum might have a chance in South Carolina and hopefully even Florida. Santorum's religion is Catholic.
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Does the winner in the Iowa cacus win all of the delegate votes or only part of them?
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Which party assigns delegates proportionally during the Iowa Caucus?
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Where is the first and most widely publicized caucus today?
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Who won the Iowa caucuses?
In the 2012 Iowa Caucuses, Mitt Romney was the victor with 25% of the total voters, or 30,015 votes. However, he only won by 8 votes! Rick Santorum came in a close second with 30,007 votes, or 25% of the total voters as well. Ron Paul was also not too far behind with 22% of the votes, or 26,219 total. In fourth place was Newt Gingrich with 14% of the votes, or 16,251. In fifth place was Rick Perry with 11% of the votes, or 12,604 votes. In sixth place was Michele Bachmann with 5% of the votes, or 6,073 votes. She later announced that she was dropping her candidacy as a result of the Iowa Caucuses. In seventh place came Jon Huntsman who got less than 1% of the votes, a total of 745. However, this was expected because Huntsman did not campaign in Iowa.
Why does Iowa have a caucus and not a primary?
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How does the presidential caucus work in Iowa?
In the Iowa caucus there isn't a secret ballot - it's a very different type of voting. The following video on YouTube from Edwards's campaign office is an entertaining way to educate yourself on how a caucus vote is actually cast. Iowa Caucus Video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=DJX5S6UWXYI It will be very interesting this year! susan
What state had a recent caucus?
With all states having a caucus why is Iowa so important?
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What are the release dates for Larry King Live - 1985 Iowa Caucus?
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What are the release dates for America's Election HQ - 2008 The Iowa Caucus?
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How does Iowa affect the campaign?
Because it employs a caucus its seven electoral votes have a dis-proportinate effect on the National Political stage. The caucus is an up-close and personal method of reaching the grass-roots in politics and when people are involved in the process they tend to be more knowledgeable about the issues and candidates. Since Iowa has the earliest caucus their opinions are widely reported to voters in other areas. As Iowa goes, so goes the Nation may not always ring true but it does give some indication of political trends.
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How many electoral votes for Iowa and who won Iowa?
How many electoral votes did Mitt Romney receive in Iowa in 2012?
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Why is it called Iowa Caucus?
The Iowa Caucus is so called because it does not function like a normal primary. In Iowa they have mini town meetings amongst political party members that are called Caucuses. At these meetings they decide which candidate they will be backing as their presidential nominee. For more information about caucuses see: http://www.answers.com/topic/caucus = =