“Three Tickets,” is a 10-episode podcast about the history and culture of Iowa’s caucuses. The series draws on more than 30 interviews with national political figures and Iowans to tell an expansive, engrossing story of Iowa’s first-in-the-nation presidential contest.
The final episode of Three Tickets explores how the Iowa caucuses have changed -- and how they'll never change -- since their inception in the 1970s. Also: Joe Trippi claims CNN is to blame for the infamous Dean Scream.
Episode 9: Evangelicals and the Caucuses
"Evangelicals and the Caucuses" describes the power and influence social and religious conservatives have exercised in Iowa's Republican caucuses.
Episode 4: The Candidates
“The Candidates” explores the Iowa caucuses experience from the candidates’ perspective with stories from caucus winners Bob Dole and Walter Mondale.
Episode 3: Process and Controversy
“Process and Controversy” describes how the caucuses work and explores the controversies they've created -- including the uncertain results of the 2012 Republican race.