Sweet: All politics are local. Why Des Moines political fiefdoms may impact Dem caucus outcomes.

SHARE Sweet: All politics are local. Why Des Moines political fiefdoms may impact Dem caucus outcomes.
SHARE Sweet: All politics are local. Why Des Moines political fiefdoms may impact Dem caucus outcomes.

DES MOINES, IA.–The other night I was talking with Beverly Davis, a Huffington Post “OffTheBus” contributor who grew up in Iowa, about the local political feuds and machinations that may help decide how many delegates a Democrat will pick up from Des Moines in the Thursday night caucus.

She knew the underbelly of Des Moines politics so well, I said I’d love to read a story on it. So she just went ahead and wrote one up. It’s headlined, “The Tao of Iowa Caucus Voters.”

Here it is LINK

I’d suggest you skip the part about the shoes I wear and get to the heart of the story….

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