Faces of Iowa: Romney and Perry Supporters, in Their Own Words

Iowa Republicans will choose a candidate for president early next year, but for now they're still deciding. Each politician offers a unique appeal, and voters have their own personal reasons for backing one over the rest.

Below are two more sketches of prospective caucus-goers from our Faces of Iowa series, along with their own words on what they like about their favored presidential hopefuls -- former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

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Will Wilkinson blogs about American politics for The Economist.

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