Former North Carolina Democratic Sen. John Edwards: “One thing is clear from the results in Iowa tonight – the status quo lost and change won.”

New York Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton: “This is a great night for Democrats. We have seen an unprecedented turnout here in Iowa, and that is good news. Today we are sending a clear message that we are going to have change and that change will be a Democratic president in the White House in 2009.”

Patti Solis Doyle, campaign manager for Clinton: “This race begins tonight and ends when Democrats throughout America have their say. Our campaign was built for a marathon, and we have the resources to run a national race in the weeks ahead.”

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, on CNN: “We did not put a lot of effort into Iowa. We had to spread out our efforts. And we try to do a proportionate campaign in 29 states. So it didn’t allow us to use a lot of our resources there.”

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