For example, caucus voters supporting Sens.
We will soon learn how much money the candidates raised and spent in early states and, equally important, how much money they have left.
If you’ve spent your last dime in Iowa and come in third, you may be in a worse position than if you came in a close fourth but are still flush with cash.
Iowa matters because caucuses can spell the end of some campaigns.
But in a sense, what matters more is coming out of Iowa having met or exceeded expectations with money to spare.

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