Romney Will Probably Win Iowa Caucuses, Huckabee Says

The results of the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses depend on the weather, former Arkansas Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said on “Fox News Sunday.”

“I would probably say Mitt Romney will end up winning it today. I think again, Ron Paul because of his organization could, and that’s where Mitt is really at a disadvantage. He doesn’t have the devotion. If the weather is good, Mitt Romney is in better shape. If the weather is bad and it’s real tough to get out, Ron Paul will win,” Huckabee said.


Huckabee, the winner of the 2008 Iowa Republican caucuses, said Paul’s supporters have “extraordinary devotion” and are willing to “walk over broken glass for him.”


He also said he believes former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum could have a surprise showing in Iowa.


“Rick Santorum, I believe, is being greatly underestimated in this race. I believe he will be the surprise candidate, not necessarily to win it, but to be in the top three or four when people don’t expect him to be,” he said.


There are nine days until the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses.

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