The Iowa Caucuses are in the history books, but their conclusion raised more questions than they answered.
Many experts are saying the caucuses should be permanent history, not be first and not be caucuses. But, this year, the chaos created by the failure of a new app to report results and the delay in finding out who won, left Iowa behind and the candidates already in — and focussing on — New Hampshire, whose primary is Tuesday.
From Iowa to New Hampshire, POLITICO’s David Siders is on the campaign trail. The Stockton-based Siders is a former Sacramento Bee reporter who covered state politics, Gov. Jerry Brown and the politics of climate change.