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Fox News of course is America's election headquarters and there are a number of candidates out there who would like to take the job of that man.
Who is about to speak as commander in chief a new CBS poll shows three Republicans within striking distance of each other.
Topping the list businessman Herman Cain he has 18% followed by former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
And former house speaker Newt Gingrich who appears to be on the upswing it.
Let's turn in number -- he's the anchor of special report -- the one thing you -- say for sure -- is that these numbers are likely to change a lot after people start voting in the caucuses and primaries.
Still -- -- Right.
About 55 days for these seven days away from the Iowa Caucuses and that is a big moment.
It is a big moment because.
It's the first voting that we'll see in this whole process we've been talking about it for a long time but those are actual votes.
And we spent the past year the Fox News reporting staff has been in Iowa for the past year following different folks as they make their decision.
Who they want to vote for on the caucus day.
It's an amazing hour that we have tonight at 10 PM eastern time -- just a little -- July turns to August.
And the straw poll fast approaches the game -- vote sends a powerful message.
The stakes rise and I'm pretty tired I'm.
With each passing day when you look at my record of results it's the best of any candidate in this race.
You know the Iowa state fair.
And Romney's back if you don't like my.
For someone else.
So if you're a political junkie if you want to know how the caucuses work if you want to know the history.
This this hour really is behind the scenes and it's something the tune -- to 10 PM eastern tonight.
And whoever wins the Iowa Caucuses obviously is going to have all kinds of momentum going into the -- races that follow laughter.
That's -- Alec has worked in the past and it's been at times a slingshot.
For people who are lower in the polls actually.
That finish well in Iowa and then go on to capitalize on -- momentum should Mitt Romney win Iowa it will be a different ballgame.
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