From the weather affecting turnout to stereotypes about Iowa voters, the Washington Post debunks five myths about today’s caucuses:
“Iowa gets all this attention because it’s first, not because people here are any more serious about the democratic process than other Americans. And the ability of Iowans to predict winners is limited. The more traditional outcomes of the caucuses include ‘winnowing the field’ of candidates, as Howard Baker once described it. Iowa may start the process, but other states finish it.”
Check out the full article to get the facts about what’s going on today in Iowa.