UPDATE (Jan. 4, 9:51 a.m.)—Mitt Romney won the biggest margin of votes in the Iowa caucuses, the Des Moines Register reports. He also won the most votes in Perry Hall Patch's unofficial poll. Rick Santorum, however, who lost to Romney by only eight votes in Iowa, was one of the lowest finishers in the Patch poll.Mitt Romney Rick Santorum Ron Paul Newt Gingrich Rick Perry Michele Bachmann Jon Huntsman Iowa Caucuses 24.6% (30,015 votes)
24.5% (30,007 votes) 21.4% (26,219 votes) 13.3% (16,251 votes) 10.3% (12,604
votes) 5% (6,073
votes) 0.6% (745
votes) Perry Hall Patch Poll 36% (27 votes)
2% (2 votes)
20% (15 votes) 16% (12 votes) 14% (11 votes) 1% (1 vote) 8% (6 votes)
Why should Midwesterners get to choose presidential candidates before we do?
Thousands of Iowans will head to the polls today to cast their votes for the next Republican presidential candidate, the person who will battle for votes in November 2012.
The caucuses could make or break the candidacy of some candidates, the Des Moines Register reports.
But what if a caucus were being held in Perry Hall? Whether you're a Democrat, Republican or Independent, take our poll to choose your favorite candidate and tell us about your choice in the comments.
On Wednesday, we'll compare Patch's poll results to Iowa's official results.