The Iowa caucuses answered some questions — no, Michele Bachmann isn’t going to be president — but raised lots and lots of others.
As the race moves to New Hampshire (Jan. 10) and then South Carolina (Jan. 21), here’s a look at five key questions — the answers to which will tell us a lot about the shape of the race going forward.
Friday marks the end of the third fundraising quarter of the year and, almost to a candidate, the men and women running for the Republican presidential nomination are downplaying expectations.
Lowering the bar to declare victory in fundraising is, of course, de rigeur — French! — in politics. But the amounts being floated out suggest that this group of candidates will be well behind where their counterparts — on both the Republican and Democratic side — were at this time in 2007.