If Texas Gov. Rick Perry runs for president and loses Iowa to some other Republican again, it won't be for a lack of trying. The 64-year-old is on his fourth trip to the state in eight months, meeting Saturday and Sunday with veterans and conservative activists in the communities of Algona and Clear Lake.
Although he hasn't said if he'll seek the White House in 2016, Perry has been raising funds for GOP candidates and seeking advice from political insiders since November.
Perry entered the 2012 presidential race with much fanfare, but finished fifth in the Iowa caucuses and quit the race two weeks later.
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