Thursday will be an exciting day in politics. Its the Iowa caucus, and many feel its results will say a lot about who will be on the ballot come November. But not everyone knows how it works, thats why some candidate create instructional videos on Youtube. Unlike a primary, where you cast a secret ballot, in a caucus, participants get in groups, and declare their support for a candidate. Each group is counted, and those with the most people stay in the game, those who dont must make another decision. Each surviving group is then appointed a certain number of delegates. The more people in your group, the higher number of delegates. The candidate with the highest percentage of delegates in the state wins. This process only applies to Democrats. For Republicans, its a straight forward count of how many people support each candidate. The Iowa caucus will be followed by the New Hampshire primary January 8th.