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Ahead of the Iowa voting in just under under two weeks. Three of the five leading candidates are locked into the Senate trial it may last as long or past. The Iowa caucuses or it could come to an abrupt halt on January thirty. I as I'll explain. Later in the podcast that's clever Charles. Sanders and Warren carrying out their constitutionally mandated duty in DC. Right now the currently unemployed Buddha the judge and Biden have the luxury traverse Iowa to try to bolster their positions widen jockeying for or perhaps already at the top can solidify voter support through through the kind of personal retail politics. He's proven great at footage needs to find more support while his campaign isn't in trouble at such. He's got to find a way to break out for being number four four and soon to have a chance at amassing substantial delegates on the road to the DNC convention in Milwaukee Wisconsin mid July. The New York Times reports on Buddha judges efforts efforts and notes that he seems to be focusing on Iowa counties that voted in the majority for Obama in two thousand twelve and trump in twenty sixteen. Buddha judge has also engaged in some very careful on the ground organizing that could pay a huge dividend because of how. The Iowa caucuses lot delegates as Chris and I have mentioned maybe too many times a candidate must receive at least fifteen. Eighteen percent of support in each of the many thousands of caucuses scored less and support as much shift their votes to another viable candidate. The New York Times notes large numbers numbers of islands traditionally break for a Kennedy in the last week this year with four candidates not up at the top. Many voters are not expected to decide until caucus night. The Buddha judge campaigns means ground game is designed to present undecided caucus goers who enter their precincts with tightly-knit sells a Buddha judge supporters the campaign's National Caucus Director Travis Brock has has toured the state training more than one thousand people to assume leadership roles in their precincts and quote. Of course his campaign isn't the only one to know the ground game in Iowa. Leiden has competed several times in Iowa. He ran for president in nineteen thousand. Four hundred eighty eight and two thousand eight sanders ran in two thousand sixteen and received roughly half the votes and in just under half the delegates. This is Warren Club. HR's I passes for president