Iowa's Republican Voters Weigh In on the Caucuses Iowa voters hold the nation's first presidential caucuses one month from Monday. In a special broadcast live from Des Moines, Iowa, local Republicans talk with Neal Conan about the issues that will help inform their decisions on caucus night.
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Voters in Marshalltown, Iowa

Iowa voters hold the nation's first presidential caucuses one month from Monday. In a special broadcast live from Des Moines, Iowa, local Republicans talk with Neal Conan about the issues that will help inform their decisions on caucus night.

Guests:

Ann Selzer, president of Selzer & Company, the research and polling firm that conducts The Des Moines Register's Iowa poll

Steve Scheffler, president of the Iowa Christian Alliance

Dave Struthers, independent pork producer and crop farmer