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Iowa 2016 Election

Iowa‘s 6 electoral votes are up for grabs, although Republican Donald Trump is currently favored. Senator Charles Grassley (Republican) is up for re-election and likely to be re-elected. Iowa Political […]

every city visited by a presidential candidate since 2015

Mapping the America That Candidates Care About

The Atlantic takes a close look at where the presidential candidates visited. Though the candidates probably spent enough time in Iowa and New Hampshire to qualify for tax benefits, other […]

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Iowa Caucuses – Tuesday, January 3rd 2012

Results: NY Times Washington Post    Washington Post’s Interactive campaign tracker shows Rick Santourum has made the most campaign stops. Iowa Caucuses – Tuesday, January 3rd (NY Times and Washington Post ) Iowa […]

2012 Republican Primary Maps

The Republican primary will determine their candidate against Barack Obama’s re-election in November and the links below will help you stay in formed.   2012 Republican Primary News Coverage: New […]

Map the Candidates from Slate.com

August 24, 2008 Update: Map the Candidates.com has launched for the general election. The map of campaign stops since June shows that both campaigns are spending significant time in the […]

2008 Iowa Caucus Election Results Maps

The first votes of the 2008 presidential election were cast in Iowa on January 3rd where each party began the process of selecting their presidential candidate.

The Results are in…
Democrats: Barack Obama 37.6%, John Edwards 29.7%, Hillary Clinton 29.5%
Repulicans: Mike Huckabee 34.3%, Mitt Romney 25.3%, Fred Thompson 13.4%

2008 Presidential Election Coverage of the Iowa Caucus

The first votes of the 2008 presidential election were cast in Iowa on January 3rd where each party began the process of selecting their presidential candidate.

The Results are in…

Democrats

1. Barack Obama 37.6%
2. John Edwards 29.7%
3. Hillary Clinton 29.5%

Repulicans

1. Mike Huckabee 34.3%
2. Mitt Romney 25.3%
3. Fred Thompson 13.4%
4. John McCain 13.1%
5. Ron Paul 10.0%
6. Rudy Giuliani 3.5%