Iowa has been the first state to vote in the presidential primaries since 1972, but some 2020 candidates are wondering whether this is the best process. NBC News’ Maura Barrett gets reactions from some Iowa voters on whether to change the order or not.
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Should Iowa Be The First To Iowa In 2020 Primary? | NBC News NOW
Keep America Great 2020
Isn’t the white guy complaining about the lack of diversity ironic as he chooses to live in such a white state.. oh it turns out he’s a professor..
🤔 No change. Next demonrats will be trying to change the Electoral college.
Can't dismiss that banjo music in the background.
Why is Iowa first? No diversity whatsoever.