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Tracy And Clancy Preview Iowa, What It Will Mean For N.H.11:22
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Four-year-old Austin Hall passes out campaign brochures for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum in Iowa on Sunday. A new Des Moines Register poll shows Santorum is gaining on front-runners Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. (AP)
Four-year-old Austin Hall passes out campaign brochures for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum in Iowa on Sunday. A new Des Moines Register poll shows Santorum is gaining on front-runners Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. (AP)

Over the weekend there were some shifts ahead of the Iowa caucus. Santorum is the new Gingrich. Gingrich, who promised a positive campaign, is now on the attack. Paul remains a serious contender, at least in Iowa. And the latest poll has Romney on top, where some political observers say he always was.

Radio Boston's political analysts Susan Tracy and Jack Clancy preview Tuesday's Iowa caucuses and predict what the results will mean on Jan. 10 at the New Hampshire primary.

Guests:

  • Susan Tracy, Democratic analyst
  • Jack Clancy, Republican analyst

This program aired on January 2, 2012.

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