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January 29, 2016

Law.com

By: Jerry H. Goldfeder

Some think of the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary as merely the opening shots of our presidential election.  After all, there will be millions of Democrats and Republicans voting in dozens of states over the next several months.  Most commentators, however, think of these first-in-the-nation votes as the whole enchilada — a candidate wins or loses the first two states and, bingo, the nomination contest is over.  This makes no sense.

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