And that's not an outrageous notion when one notes that Iowa delivered tight 2000 and 2004 presidential races.
Al Gore defeated George W. Bush by 0.31% there in 2000, while Bush bounced back to beat John Kerry by 0.67% in 2004.
"I know it's going to be tough for President Obama ... but I believe the more that Iowans hear about the president's policies and how they have helped our state, the more they will come around," Sen. Tom Harkin (D., Iowa) says.
Harkin says that the president's policies have helped boost domestic energy sector in biofuels and ethanol, and with promoting agricultural exports."Taken together, there is every reason for Iowans to vote for Barack Obama," Harkin says. Rep. King, who formally endorsed Romney in May and who has his own congressional seat to defend in November, thinks the former Massachusetts governor needs to clarify some of his energy and agricultural positions to Iowa voters. "I'd like to ask Mitt Romney
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