A little more than six weeks before the Iowa caucuses, the race for the Republican presidential nomination looks like it’s over before it’s begun.
But one question critical to the GOP’s chances next year is still open, and the primaries will help answer it: Can Republicans get out the vote?
Polls testify to Donald Trump’s popularity with the base.
What they don’t show is whether he has the campaign organization to turn his lead on paper into an equally conclusive result when the ballots are counted.
His rivals, chief among them Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, need two things to be true to have…