The Iowa caucuses are around the corner. The first contest of the 2020 presidential race is on Monday night, beginning at 7 p.m. CT, and candidates are making a final push in the state through the weekend.
Only 41 delegates are at stake, but Iowa can help make or break a presidential candidates’ momentum.
Follow NPR’s coverage beginning Saturday, with news and scenes from our reporters in the field and background on how it all works. On Monday, we’ll bring you the results and help you sort through what it all means with live special coverage.