Just seven days, one week, to go before the 2012 Iowa Caucus. As the polls stand now, it is a close race between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, but more than half of the voters are undecided, still. Newt Gingrich is attempting a comeback, as is Rick Perry. Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum, whom have spent the most time in the Hawkeye State, are trying the hardest to stay relevant. Last week saw wall-to-wall negative TV ads played across Iowa against Gingrich, mostly funded by the Paul or Romney campaigns and their Super-PACs. Rick Perry′s latest TV spot goes after Congress members, particularly those current and former members now running for president. Newt is trying to stay positive in a sea of mud. Meanwhile, in the background, the Occupy Iowa Caucus gang is gearing up to disrupt the voting, even if it just to have its members cast uncommitted ballots to skew the results.
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