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There are about 2,500 journalists in Iowa today, thousands campaign volunteers, almost two dozen presidential candidates, and way too many consultants, hangers-on and kibbitzers. All squeezed in to watch some 200,000 Iowa residents (a record-breaking turn-out, if it happens) vote in tonight’s much-anticipated caucuses.

Bet you don’t know what a caucus is. You aren’t alone. So here’s the LA Times’ Q&A on what the caucuses are and how they work. It’s today’s much-needed how-to HotSpot.

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