Tag: Iowa Caucus

Primaries vs. Caucuses: What’s the Difference?

Primaries vs. Caucuses: What's the Difference?

With the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary coming up, many voters will be going to the polls to vote for their preferred Presidential Primary candidate. Nevertheless, the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary are two very different elections, and not just because they’re held in different states. Iowa votes under a caucus system,… Read more »

The Ruckus About Caucuses

Election season is here again which has a lot of people talking about debates, primaries and caucuses. Since different states have different laws when it comes to selecting a candidate, the back-and-forth can get confusing. What is important to note is that Iowa hosts a caucus and New Hampshire is always the first state to… Read more »

Iowa Caucus & New Hampshire Primary To Kick Off Election Season

Iowa Caucus & New Hampshire Primary To Kick Off Election Season

A caucus, though it may seem like a strange word, merely refers to a meeting of members in a legislative body who are members of a certain political party choosing or electing candidates that will represent that party. In Iowa, a caucus is considered a very important event, and all throughout the state, Iowa residents… Read more »