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Election 2008 – Iowa Caucus Live Results Map

January 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Tonight marks the most important time in the 2008 Election nomination process for Iowa, and the results will be updated live on Google. Although the map currently shows candidate events, Google plans to provide live updates throughout caucus night. Polls currently show more independent support of Democrats, however Ron Paul’s army of volunteers could make a big difference in independent support of the Republican party.

Election 2008 - Iowa Caucus Live Results Map

Who Can Caucus
Anyone who will be 18 years old by the date of the presidential election can caucus. If you are eligible to vote, you are eligible to participate in a caucus. Democrats and Republicans require you to register with their party to participate and vote.

Where To Caucus
There are around 2,000 precincts in Iowa. Meetings are often held in places like schools, churches or homes. To find where your caucus is, call the county audtior’s office at the county courthouse. It will have a list of all the sites in your county.

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Map of Live Results

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