Presidential Candidates Head To Iowa State Fair

The time when White House hopefuls begin descending on the Iowa State Fair to deliver soapbox speeches, devour calorie-busting culinary inventions and court voters in the Hawkeye State, which hosts the nation’s first presidential caucuses in February. While there’s no Iowa straw poll this year, the fair is a “contest” of sorts where candidates might have a breakthrough, or breakdown, moment while indulging in pork chop on a stick and fried butter.

ABC’s Josh Haskell is there and tells you what to look for over the 11 day affair – including Saturday’s highlight when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be at the fair at the same time.