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Iowa's presidential votes were almost evenly split in 2000, and the 2004 candidates are courting the state heavily (PARTY KEY).
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George W. Bush (Incumbent)
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Iowa has 5 congressional districts:
 
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Jim Nussle (Incumbent)
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Jim Leach (Incumbent)
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Leonard L. Boswell (Incumbent)
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Tom Latham (Incumbent)
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Steve King (Incumbent)
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October 23, 2004, is the deadline for voter registration in Iowa for the November 2, 2004, election.
More on how to register external link

Democratic Gov. Tom Vilsack is up for re-election in 2006, while four-term Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin faces re-election in 2008.




All numbers are percentages.
NOTE
1 All numbers are percentages. Party registration figures are from secretary of state offices in each state. Some states do not register by party or collect statewide numbers. Race/ethnicity figures are based on 2002 statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau. Age and income figures come from the 2000 census.

2 Some states have not yet held all of their primaries. Please check often for the most current candidate information.
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