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  • n. One who attends a caucus.


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  • Bachmann is stronger than Romney among people who line up with some of the sweet spots of likely Republican caucusgoer demographics: She's stronger with those ages 45 to 64 and with those who have a college degree.

    Poll: Iowa's caucusgoers in step with national views

  • This tells us what an activist caucusgoer is really like, and the stereotype of Iowans at the caucus is wrong, said David Yepsen, director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University.

    Poll: Iowa's caucusgoers in step with national views

  • The results of the caucusgoer poll were somewhat similar to those of an Iowa Poll conducted last summer by The Des Moines Register.

    Iowa Poll: Edwards Sails, Vilsack Sinks

  • I went to my caucus in Seattle's marginalized Eastlake neighborhood as one of the marginalized, to wit, a Gravel caucusgoer, the only one in my precinct; I switched to Obama before the delegate election.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Richardson may be hoping Edwards and Obama cross the line into negative campaigning and annoy the average Iowa caucusgoer.

    Taegan Goddard: Clinton's Lead Has Changed the Dynamics of the Race

  • Entrance polls showed him carrying just about every category of caucusgoer Saturday, save the youngest, the secular and those making the least money, who preferred Paul.

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