Less than one week now before Iowans brave the cold to caucus and select who they want to be the Democratic presidential nominee.
The state of the race remains unchanged today following a live, televised town hall where each of the three Democratic wannabes faced voters in Des Moines.
All three – Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley – solidified the support of their supporters. All three proved strong and passionate. All three seemed comfortable in their own skins.
None of the three, however, said anything so pronounced to move the needle or persuade the many, many undecideds to move into the column of support for this candidate or that candidate.
Bernie and Hillary remain in a statistical tie. Martin keeps hanging on, hoping for a miracle.
A revolution was called for, yet again, by Bernie. Experience and deserving the nomination was the clarion call of Hillary.
For now, beyond the support already garnered, it remains unclear whether the people will rise up or whether people will answer the cry.
From the Cornfield, all three candidates did well last night. But, no candidate won the battle. That will not be settled until Monday.