Comments made at a state party fundraiser Friday night illustrate the divide in the Hawkeye State and across the country.
In recent years, Iowa's preferred GOP nominee has not been the choice of the rest of the country.
Cruz, Santorum and Emily's List are all traveling to the Hawkeye State, where no politician goes by accident.
They say you don't get a second chance to make a first impression.
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Will Rep. Steve King (R) run, and if so how will national Republicans respond? The answer to that question could speak volumes about the trajectory of the race.
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These swing counties should tell us which way the presidential race is trending as results pour in.
Republicans continue to be on pace to exceed their early voting performance from 2008, though Democrats still lead in most of the important states.