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Rural Counties: Fewer Caucus Goers Per Delegate

By John Deeth | 12.30.07

Since the Iowa Democratic caucuses are a representative democracy, not a straight one person one vote, not every caucus goer carries equal weight.  Presidential candidates are spending a lot of time in small courthouse towns, because the way the results are counted, the small counties weigh in disproportionately. An analysis of 2004 caucus attendance shows [...]

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Rural Counties: Fewer Caucus Goers Per Delegate

By John Deeth | 12.30.07

Since the Iowa Democratic caucuses are a representative democracy, not a straight one person one vote, not every caucus goer carries equal weight.  Presidential candidates are spending a lot of time in small courthouse towns, because the way the results are counted, the small counties weigh in disproportionately. An analysis of 2004 caucus attendance shows [...]

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Rural Counties: Fewer Caucus Goers Per Delegate

By John Deeth | 12.30.07 | 9:06 am

Since the Iowa Democratic caucuses are a representative democracy, not a straight one person one vote, not every caucus goer carries equal weight.  Presidential candidates are spending a lot of time in small courthouse towns, because the way the results are counted, the small counties weigh in disproportionately. An analysis of 2004 caucus attendance shows [...]

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