2008 Elections

Who’s got your vote in the 2008 elections? Don’t know, don’t care, or don’t understand? Are you voting more on issues or on the individual? Why does the state of Iowa, no less, mean so much to the candidates? Do you know the difference between a “caucus” and a “primary”?
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For a profile of each front-runner, click here.

What is the Iowa Caucus and why is it so important?

This Candidate Match Quiz will ask you basic questions, and then show you which candidates are aligned with you on the issues.

The candidates are busy campaigning today, the last work day before the New Hampshire Primary.

Mitt Romey took heat from all his GOP rivals in the New Hampshire Debate on Saturday evening while Clinton took aim at Obama.

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