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In Iowa, 2012 had all the weird politics needed -- and then some -- to keep the state interested.
Voters in Iowa on Tuesday cast their ballot for Barack Obama, giving the president the state's six electoral votes to push him over the projected 270 he needed to win. Romney concedes,
People in line prior to the polls closing are entitled to vote regardless of time.
Iowa's voting goes until 9 p.m., but some polls elsewhere close three hours earlier.
Results form the presidential race in Iowa, judicial retention, congressional races and state Senate.
Here are the facts about Iowa's judicial retention vote, which has been linked to the future of gay marriage in the state.
The Boss is set to play a free concert Down by the River in Des Moines as President Obama ends his campaign in Iowa.
Optimism over where the country is headed gives Obama the edge in Election 2012.
Iowa state Sen. Pat Ward died from breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month but her name remains on the ballot.
The GOP candidate will be in Des Moines on Sunday,
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