From the Vault: Record Turnout at the Iowa Caucuses in 2008
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Every four years, voters in Iowa are the first to make their choice for president known. This year Clinton is trying to prevent an upset like 2008 when Barack Obama turned out new caucus-goers in record numbers to take first place. The day after the 2008 caucuses, the Washington Week panel discussed the turnout game that gave Obama the momentum to win the nomination.
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