Iowa will allow people to caucus at satellite locations during the 2020 presidential primary in an effort to make its closely watched nominating contest accessible to more people. 

Iowans will be able to apply to set up satellite locations at places like factories and group homes and other places to accommodate people who can’t attend their caucus in person the evening of Feb. 3. Those caucuses would still have to take place on Feb. 3 and the party prefers that they occur close to 7 p.m. ― when caucuses normally take place. The requests must be submitted by Nov. 18 and a committee of Iowa party officials will then review them. It was not immediately clear what criteria they would use to

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