If the Iowa caucuses were supposed to provide clarity for the path ahead to the 2020 general election, that is not our current reality. By the time everyone left high school gyms and other caucus locations across the state late on Monday (February 3), the vote still hadn’t been called. That void quickly gave way to conspiracy theories, concern, and plenty of questions about who won, how a hastily-deployed app was at the center of this confusion, and what the path forward to the November general election could look like now. One thing we do know, however, builds on what we already saw in 2018: Young people showed up, and they will continue to be heard this election.

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