Iowa caucus will set footing for presidential race
The Republican Presidential race will get its first big test tonight. University of Florida History Professor Paul Ortiz says the Iowa caucus is the first chance for voters to sound off on the party candidates.
He says the caucus this year is more unique than ever.
He says it’s important for a candidate to make a good showing tonight to have any chance in the race for the presidency.
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