After taking Christmas off, Democrats and Republicans are back on the campaign trail preparing for the upcoming caucuses in Iowa and the primary in New Hampshire.
New polls show Hillary Clinton is slipping to just a slight lead over Barack Obama.
On the Republican side, Mike Huckabee is beginning to fit in with Iowa conservatives, especially with evangelicals.
Republican Strategist Bay Buchanan explains a new guy is being added to the mix.
"They were kind of undecided and all of a sudden this new fella kinda broke through the ranks and now they're taking a closer look at him," Buchanan said.
Mitt Romney is gaining ground while John McCain is hoping a boost in Iowa will push him over the top in New Hampshire.