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The Final Stretch Before the Iowa Caucuses

As hosts of the first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses, Iowans are known for taking politics seriously in election years. Whether it's debating issues over morning coffee or turning out to see a candidate up close, the people of Iowa revel in their unique role as early vetters of presidential candidates.

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