Corn dogs and caucuses.
Two products of Iowa we could do without.
It’s time to do away with the quaint, Hawkeye State tradition we’re forced to endure every four years.
The Iowa caucus — which is actually a series of voter meetings across the state — is not an actual primary election and should not be the critical first test of strength for the candidates.
Nothing against Iowa, but it needs to move aside and let another state be first — one that holds an actual primary.