When you think of Iowa, you probably think — lots of white people. And, that's true, but the state is also home to a growing number of Latinos.
Hispanics now make up 5.6 percent of the state's population, according to 2014 estimates from the Census Bureau. To put that in perspective, that means the Hispanic community in Iowa these days is twice the size it was during the 2000 caucuses.
And, this year, for the first time, Latinos in Iowa are trying to systematically organize themselves to caucus.
It's a challenge.