Larry Jacobs weighs in on the importance of Minnesota as the GOP condidates look towards the state's upcoming caucus
"Minnesota is one of those symbolically important states, because at this point people are looking for signals as to how long this race will go on,'' said Larry Jacobs, a political science professor at the University of Minnesota. "This is not necessarily friendly territory for Romney. It's a place Paul or Gingrich could do well, but Paul has a much bigger presence here and could be the big surprise.''
February 6, 2012