Monday, February 1, 2016

What’s next for the candidates after the caucus? Join political columnist Kathie Obradovich for a discussion of all things post-caucus.

The shouting, the claims, counterclaims, TV ad blitzes, and robo calls are coming to an end here in Iowa and, in just a few hours, caucus chairman in over 1,700 precinct caucus sites will gavel their meetings to order and the process of selecting the next President of the United States will officially begin.

Kathie Obradovich
It is only the beginning, and not the end of the process, however. What will the Iowa decision mean? Will some candidate be flying high and others crash on take-off?
We’ll try to answer some of those questions Tuesday when our favorite political columnist, Kathie Obradovich of the Des Moines Register, joins us to take stock of the fall-out from the uniquely Iowa precinct caucuses. And to analyze the huge media coverage of the event our media critic Todd Erzen will join us later in the program.
So join Deacon Mike Manno, Gina Noll and our guests Tuesday morning at 9 (Central) on Iowa Catholic Radio 1150 AM; 88.5 & 94.5 FM and streaming on The program will re-broadcast Tuesday night at 9.
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WEATHER WARNING: Due to the possibility of heavy snows and blizzard conditions in Central Iowa Tuesday morning, the program could be delayed or pre-empted.

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