Tewes insists it's impossible to predict who will show up caucus night. "Barack doesn't fit the normal mode, so all the normal modes of measuring are out the window," he says. "What does this inspiration turn into?" In less than three months, that question will be answered by caucusgoers like the ones in Wapello County. "People here are still looking," says Beisch's wife, Judy, the party's county secretary. "It is not over."