Comment: I don't have any hard numbers, but

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I don't have any hard numbers, but

I believe that a lot of voters, who classified themselves as liberals, voted for RP in the GOP primaries.

I also know from my door-to-door work that anytime I mentioned his anti-war views, the liberals would listen. I know a lot of RP supporters and many of them are anti-war boomers. In open primary states this could give him another 10%. Remeber, the Dem side of the ticket will be booooooooring (no Hillary/Obama) so Dems will be looking to vote for somebody in order to make a statement.

But, I do agree that the caucus states are there for the taking. Iowa!

h-daddy