Folks, the new caucus law in Iowa does not affect state Democrats' plans for 2024
Coverage of the changes has not made that clear
There is a lot going on with the new caucus law in Iowa. Governor Kim Reynolds signed HF 716 on Thursday, June 1 and the measure requires in-person participation at precinct caucuses that select delegates as part of a presidential nominating process. That one fairly simple change has created a great deal of confusion as to the true nature of its effects for the two major parties in the state in 2024. But just because the new requirement fits into a complicated web of component parts does not mean that one cannot suss out what is going on here.
Here is what is going on in the Hawkeye state now that the law has been changed.
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