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    January 26, 2016 7:54 AM
    Just a week before the Iowa caucuses, which mark the beginning of the U.S. presidential election process, both Republican and Democratic candidates are rallying for voter support. Donald Trump is still ahead on the Republican side, while Hillary Clinton faces a tough race with rival Bernie Sanders. Zlatica Hoke reports that yet another politician is considering joining the fray as an independent candidate.

    US Presidential Candidates Woo Iowa Voters Ahead of Key Vote

    Published January 26, 2016

    Just a week before the Iowa caucuses, which mark the beginning of the U.S. presidential election process, both Republican and Democratic candidates are rallying for voter support. Donald Trump is still ahead on the Republican side, while Hillary Clinton faces a tough race with rival Bernie Sanders. Zlatica Hoke reports that yet another politician is considering joining the fray as an independent candidate.


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