Trump’s ear­ly dom­i­nance in Iowa push­ing rivals out of state

<div>Trump's early dominance in Iowa pushing rivals out of state</div>

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s posi­tion as the 2024 front-run­ner has not stopped his GOP rivals from cam­paign­ing, but his ear­ly dom­i­nance in Iowa could push oth­er Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates to focus on oth­er states.
With 90 days until the Iowa cau­cus­es, Trump’s lead in polling and endorse­ments, as well as moves by can­di­dates such as Sen. Tim Scott (R‑SC), for­mer Vice Pres­i­dent Mike Pence, and for­mer U.N. Ambas­sador Nik­ki Haley to estab­lish them­selves in lat­er states, sig­nals that Iowa Repub­li­cans may not be ready to con­sid­er an alter­na­tive to Trump.
RENT PRICES FALL IN SEPTEMBER FOR FIRST TIME IN SIX MONTHS
The for­mer pres­i­dent has increased his pres­ence in Iowa in recent weeks after lay­ing low dur­ing the begin­ning of the pri­ma­ry race. His cam­paign has been hold­ing sev­er­al cau­cus com­mit­ment events in Octo­ber and has announced addi­tion­al events for the com­ing weeks.
In Iowa, Trump holds an aver­age lead of 50.5% as of Thurs­day, accord­ing to FiveThir­tyEight. His poll …