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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Politically Speaking: The Nebraska caucuses

Excerpted from this post at Politically Speaking

With all the practice, I think I could type the phrase 'Iowa caucuses'
in .01201 of a second by the time Jan. 3 arrived. Now the political
world is looking with some anticipation to Feb. 9, when the Nebraska
caucuses will have heft. The caucuses will be held by Nebraska
Democrats, while long after the GOP presidential candidate is settled,
Nebraska Republicans will weigh in at the May 13 primary. I'm finally
typing the phrase Nebraska caucuses this week. The expectation is that
Super Tuesday tomorrow, in which voters in 22 states (including
Minnesota) will express presidential preferences, may not settle the
race, so the caucuses will be important. Last week Barack Obama began
airing ads in post-Super Tuesday states, with Nebraska among them.

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