Mitt Romney and Ron Paul appear to be neck and neck ... But undecided Iowans are ensuring that this race will go right down to the wire - and it seems anything can happen.
The candidates are on the ground, as their messages battle each other in an air war, the candidates are making their closing arguments in Iowa. "Don't do anything to any other country that we don't want them to do to us and that would solve a lot of our problems," says Ron Paul, (R) Presidential Candidate.
Ron Paul is the wild card, polling second, but with a well-organized army of supporters - which makes him a target. "Ron Paul would be dangerous as a President of the United States," said Michele Bachmann, (R) Presidential Candidate
"One of the people running for President thinks it's okay for Iran to have a nuclear weapon, I don't," said Mitt Romney, (R) Presidential Candidate.
Mitt Romney has a shot at winning Iowa - if he can convince enough voters he's conservative enough.
It's a battle for social conservatives who are split.
Rick Santorum is gaining ground, and rick Perry is trying to get it back.
Newt Gingrich is looking past Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina. "Because I don't think that a Massachusetts moderate is going to play very well in South Carolina," said Newt Gingrich/ (R) Presidential Candidate
But for now all eyes are on Iowa.