Scenes From Iowa

Today, the Iowa Caucus takes place, the first major event of the presidential election process for 2016. Candidates have spent months (some of them years) visiting potential voters across the state, speaking in gymnasiums, cornfields, coffee shops, bingo halls, and church basements, posing for selfies, taking questions, then moving on to the next town. Gathered here are scenes from the past few frantic months as presidential hopefuls made appearances in every corner of the state.

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