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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