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A review of the Iowa Caucuses on the Campbell Conversations

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Syracuse University political science professor Chris Faricy, left, and Oswego County Clerk Michael backus, right, discuss the recent Iowa caucuses, look ahead to the New Hampshire primary, and discuss the presidential election

This week on the Campbell Conversations two local political analysts engage in a lively exchange with host Grant Reeher about the Iowa caucuses, the upcoming New Hampshire primary, and the remainder of the nomination process.  They also look ahead to the general election, and discuss whether the fundamental dynamics of presidential politics are changing. Chris Faricy is a political science professor at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, and has prior experience as a field director in a Democratic congressional race.  Michael Backus is the Clerk of Oswego County, a former staffer for Republican office holders at different levels, and a former Oswego County Republican Party Chair.