explain. the iowa caucuses are the first set of votes officially for a candidate. caucus goers will gather this evening in schools, libraries and community centers across the state. at each of the 1,700 gop caucuses -- representatives from the presidential campaigns will have an opportunity to deliver speeches. then caucus goers cast ballots, usually on paper, which are reported to the state party. on the democratic side -- the process is a little more intricate. attendees at the almost 17-hundred caucuses must stand in groups representing each candidate.
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