Iowa voters begin the formal process of choosing a new American president Monday night.
American presidential contenders are blanketing the state in a last frenzy of campaigning before the formal process of choosing Barack Obama’s successor.
Republican Donald Trump continued his attacks on rival Texas Senator Ted Cruz, while Florida Senator Marco Rubio pitched himself as the pragmatic choice for Republicans who want to unite and win back the White House next November.
Democratic hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders says he’s ready to turn the political world upside down in Iowa.
Sanders says if his supporters turn out in large numbers Monday night, they may see one of the biggest political upsets in recent America history.
Hillary Clinton and Sanders are in a deadlocked race, but Clinton has stuck to her message that she’s the most experienced and most electable.