By Pat Kessler

URBANDALE, Iowa (WCCO) — After months of buildup, voters in Iowa are just a couple hours away from making a big decision.

At 7 p.m., Iowans will be the first in the nation to choose a Republican candidate for President.

The candidates used the final hours Tuesday to rally supporters and sway the undecided voters.

Polls show Mitt Romney with a slight lead, followed by Ron Paul and Rick Santorum.

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is vowing to stay in the race regardless of results of tonight’s caucuses.

Pat Kessler has been following the Bachmann campaign in Iowa and joins us live from Des Moines. Watch his report above.

Comments (5)
  1. G Dog says:


    Just the way Marcus likes it.

  2. Rocky says:

    bachmann feels iowa voters should vote for her because she ance lived in iowa, sounds like a great leader, actually i care less what iowa says in there worthless caucas BS….

  3. Sick of MB up North says:

    Some people can imagine Michelle in leather with a whip and a chair and Marcus meowing.

  4. Porky says:

    Not all the lipstick in the world will help that pig. Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-Thats all folks!

  5. Em's Mom says:

    Well duh. If she dropped out now, she’d actually have to go back to work as a Congresswoman for her MINNESOTA constituents. Oh, wait, she’d have to actually START work for her MN constituents.

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