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    Democratic Voters in Iowa Town Undecided Ahead of Caucusesi
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    Kane Farabaugh
    January 30, 2016 12:41 AM
    In the final days of the campaign leading up to Iowa's February 1 caucuses, candidates are crossing the state in a last-minute bid to woo undecided voters. In a small town in eastern Iowa, home of this state’s only president, the choice for many voters isn’t between two parties, but rather two candidates - Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports.

    Democratic Voters in Iowa Town Undecided Ahead of Caucuses

    Published January 29, 2016

    In the final days of the campaign leading up to Iowa's February 1 caucuses, candidates are crossing the state in a last-minute bid to woo undecided voters. In a small town in eastern Iowa, home of this state’s only president, the choice for many voters isn’t between two parties, but rather two candidates - Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports.


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