If there’s anything that this week’s Iowa events showed, Democrats have a long, wild and unpredictable march to the 2020 nomination in store.
Pat Rynard is a former Democratic campaign staffer in Iowa who now runs IowaStartingLine.com, an independent online news site that covers Iowa politics
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