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Anything Still Goes in Iowa


Mark Hurm of Grimes, Iowa, heads for the "Jester Barn," a designated caucus site, near Johnston, Iowa, Monday, Feb. 12, 1996. At least 25 people are expected for the caucus at the barn. (AP Photo/E.J. Flynn)Image 15 of 20(AP Photo/E.J. Flynn)

Newt Gingrich has the momentum and Mitt Romney has the GOP establishment's blessing, but they are not the only candidates capable of winning the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses.

It's a wide-open race.

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