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    February 01, 2016 3:31 AM
    Before caucus voting begins Monday, Iowa voters are talking about the economy, immigration and border security, as well as their feelings of which candidate will better take care of their needs in Washington. VOA reporters Jim Malone and Kathryn Gypson have more from Des Moines, Iowa.

    Iowa Voters Are Ready to Be Heard Through Caucus Votes

    Published January 31, 2016

    Before caucus voting begins Monday, Iowa voters are talking about the economy, immigration and border security, as well as their feelings of which candidate will better take care of their needs in Washington. VOA reporters Jim Malone and Kathryn Gypson have more from Des Moines, Iowa.


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    by: Anonymous
    February 01, 2016 12:20 PM
    America is NOT a democracy but a combo of plutocracy, oligarchy...............the top 1% wealthy few rules.
    The schizophrenic one may believe USA is a democracy, little by little your right is eroding, your wealth is diminishing and your freedom is reined in.
    The good old democracy is gone. God will only bless America.