The night of the Iowa caucuses, I interviewed voters who took photos inside the caucuses and posted them on Flickr.
The photographer/voters had a lot of interesting things to say. But the one that stuck out in my mind was about Hillary Clinton. One of the Democrat caucus goers I interviewed said she and fellow voters didn’t want to vote for Clinton, not because they disagreed with her – but because they didn’t want to deal with four years of Clinton-bashing and another political dynasty.
Those two factors seem fairly substantive obstacles for Hillary Clinton to overcome, if she is to succeed in winning the nomination.