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PAGE 9 H O W Public Opinion Landscape: Election 2016 - Iowa Caucuses

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H O W D O E S T H E C A U CU S W O R K F O R R E P U BL ICAN S
Source: Wall Street Journal & NPR
Only registered Republicansare eligible to participatealthoughthe party does offer same-day registration.
GOP caucuses will be held at about 700 locations.They also start at 8 p.m. EST and
last about an hour. Thirty delegates are at stakeof the1,236 needed to be the GOP
nominee.
Here's what happens on caucus night:
1. Presidential candidate representatives speak and make their case.
2. Caucus goers pick a candidate throughpaper ballot. In past years, depending on
the size of the caucus, this could havebeendonethrough a show of hands.Unlike
Democrats, the Republicans have no15 percent threshold.
3. Votes are tallied and reported to party headquarters.

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PAGE 9 H O W D O E S T H E C A U CU S W O R K F O R R E P U BL ICAN S Source: Wall Street Journal & NPR Only registered Republicansare eligible to participatealthoughthe party does offer same-day registration. GOP caucuses will be held at about 700 locations.They also start at 8 p.m. EST and last about an hour. Thirty delegates are at stakeof the1,236 needed to be the GOP nominee. Here's what happens on caucus night: 1. Presidential candidate representatives speak and make their case. 2. Caucus goers pick a candidate throughpaper ballot. In past years, depending on the size of the caucus, this could havebeendonethrough a show of hands.Unlike Democrats, the Republicans have no15 percent threshold. 3. Votes are tallied and reported to party headquarters.

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