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Get Your Caucus On!

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  • What in the world is a caucus? Associated Press does a quick Q&A
  • Looking for a caucus update with a nifty tracker on the primary elections, check out Campaign 2008 on the LA Times
  • So why New Hampshire and Iowa and what happens next? The Times Online, explains it best.
  • How do the candidates make it work for them? Iowa has the breakdown.
  • Even Rolling Stones is getting in on the election opinion game with their Five Not So Unlikely Surprises

If you still wondering how the process looks and why it feels different from the primaries that the rest of the country partake in, watch this video after the jump from Why Tuesday to help fill in those missing pieces.
Photo courtesy of Evan Vucci/AP.