Why the Iowa State Fair is key for presidential candidates

Why the Iowa State Fair is key for presidential candidates
Why the Iowa State Fair is key for presidential candidates
Election day is winding and the massive field of Democratic presidential candidates has to be narrowed down, so that happened. It all starts at the Iowa State. Fair. Those are incredibly important to kick-start. In the presidential nomination. A candidate only becomes a nominee by winning over the most delegates. In the most State caucuses primaries are conventions. Each state is worth a certain number of delegates play Shannon and the party’s total number of delegates, the first state caucus every election season. Is you guessed it Iowa hundreds of thousands of Iowans participate in the Iowa caucus, and that means the presidential candidates who organized best in Iowa, caucuses and primaries. So the Iowa State Fair, has become a cruise spot for candidates, yet recognized the Iowa caucus is followed by the nation’s first Mary in New Hampshire. Why do those two lucky States get to go first, partly just because Americans love tradition and partly because those States fight tooth and nail to keep their order and then there’s South Carolina primaries and the Nevada caucuses start in the process? 4. Smaller states with lower populations is intentional. I’M super Tuesday when the most primaries and caucuses happened Nationwide on this day to tap into the states that have huge delegates. Ashes smaller raises continue through April and May of 2020. If the same, when multiple key States you’ll see other candidates, feeling pressure to drop out by June 2020, caucuses and primaries are wrapped up, hopefully have a much smaller pool of presidential candidates. Next summer delegates will finally come together to nominee, can confirm presidential nominees
Here’s how the Iowa State Fair could help voters narrow down the field of presidential candidates in the 2020 election. Read more: https://wapo.st/2KxTKyb. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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