Romney Predicts Win in Iowa Republican Caucuses

World | January 3, 2012, Tuesday // 11:46|  views

Former Governor of Massachusetts and US Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney holds Romney for President grassroots rally at Valley Fairgrounds in Davenport, Iowa, USA, 02 January 2012. Photo by BGNES

Mitt Romney has predicted he will win the Republican party caucuses for the US presidential nominations against the other bidders.

Iowa is the first state to hold precinct caucuses for the GOP nomination Tuesday night.

Romney has gone further by declaring that the win he expects in Iowa eventually will translate in a victory in the Republican presidential nomination race, as cited by US media.

The former Governor of Massachusetts spoke at a rally Monday night in the Iowa town of Clive. He spent the day crossing eastern Iowa, stopping in cities where he performed well in 2008.

Mitt Romney is starting Tuesday with another rally in Des Moines ahead of an evening gathering at the Hotel Fort Des Moines to wait for the caucus results.

Romney's main opponents in Iowa are Texas Representative Ron Paul and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum.

Texas Governor Rick Perry and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich — have become less of a threat in Iowa.

Perry is skipping next week's primary in New Hampshire to compete instead in the first-in-the-South primary in South Carolina. Gingrich's standing in polls has been badly damaged by negative ads from Romney allies.

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