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ATLANTIC, IA - JANUARY 01: Edward Lewis of Council Bluffs, Iowa, waves a state flag outside the Family Table Restaurant before the arrival of former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney January 1, 2012 in Atlantic, Iowa. Lewis is well known in Iowa and shows up at many campaign events. "I like them all," Lewis said when asked who he is supporting. "I even like Clinton and Obama!" A poll published Saturday by the state's largest newspaper, The Des Moines Register, put Romney at the head of a large field of GOP candidates going into Tuesday's "first in the nation" Iowa Caucuses. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The race for the 2016 Presidential nominations officially begins tonight with the Iowa caucuses, where the first delegates of the election year will be awarded. Can Bernie Sanders complete his historic comeback? Will Donald Trump's early momentum turn into delegates? Will the Republican field finally grow smaller after this evening?
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