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Iowa Un-Caucus; NH is Next

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Monday, January 7th, 2008

We’re looking forward to the New Hampshire primary, but we’re also taking a look back. Despite record-high voter participation in last week’s Iowa caucuses, voter turnout in Iowa didn’t break 17 percent. Watch the video to see who were the un-caucusers, and why.

Yesterday, from New Hampshire, Barnett looked back at Iowa and forward to New Hampshire, as he looked into the voter turnout facts and figures. Also in our video report: more Tim Russert and Sam Donaldson.

This piece was produced in cooperation with the Huffington Post’s OffTheBus.

Previously:
Iowa Caucus: The Animated Edition!

2 Responses to “Iowa Un-Caucus; NH is Next”

  1. AllAboutVoting Says:

    A delegation system where an allowed participant can delegate their vote to someone else who shows up to participate in the process could address some of these issues.

  2. The BRAD BLOG : 'Daily Voting News' For January 07, 2008 Says:

    […] IA: The Iowa Un-Caucus http://www.whytuesday.or…1/07/the-iowa-un-caucus/ […]

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