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Focus on Rural America poll of likely Iowa Democratic caucus-goers: Biden (25%), Warren (17%), Buttigieg (16%), Sanders (14%), Klobuchar (11%). Sample size of 500, MOE +/- 4.4 ppt, conducted Jan. 15-18.

With two weeks until Iowa, Democratic candidates getting aggressive - with each other

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The Democratic Party's leading presidential hopefuls are splitting their time between the critical early-voting states South Carolina and Iowa at events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

The Democratic presidential hopefuls are splitting their time between the critical early-voting states South Carolina and Iowa at events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

EYES ON 2020: As six leading Democratic presidential candidates met for a pivotal debate in Iowa Tuesday night, a very different debate was taking place on Michael Bloomberg’s official campaign Twitter account.

Two weeks out, it’s an unprecedented four-way deadlock. @gdebenedetti  reports on an Iowa caucus that will determine the future of the campaign, the Democratic Party, and quite possibly the republic

Just two weeks out, as the outcome of the race should be taking shape, almost no one in Iowa is comfortable even hazarding a shadow of a guess about the Democratic caucuses

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Are you ready to win the Democratic primary, defeat Trump and take our democracy back from the corporate elite? With 50 days until the Iowa caucus, now is the time to get involved. Join us in Keokuk, Iowa:

If the Democratic Party wants a field that's representative of its members and its voters, it probably shouldn't have two states as white as Iowa and New Hampshire vote first every year.

For those of you who saw Democratic candidates speaking from Iowa yesterday at the “Liberty and Justice for All” event, just know that it cost $160,000 to be on the stage.

"I think Bernie Sanders is the story not talked about enough... He's leading in New Hampshire; Iowa he's in the top 3... You know what? Bernie could win 3 of the first 4 states. It could happen." - me on media coverage of the Democratic race on @CNN  with @jaketapper  today:

!!! DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A top aide to Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer in Iowa has privately offered campaign contributions to local politicians in exchange for endorsing his White House bid,

Democratic front-runner Joe Biden raised eyebrows on the campaign trail after what appeared to be a slip of the tongue during a speech in Iowa. @mitchellreports  has the latest.

My recommendation: make the Iowa Caucus a primary. The primaries are far more democratic, more inclusive of working people and people of color. It's really kind of shocking that the first contest would continue to be a caucus and if a virtual caucus can be hacked, end them.

@HillaryClinton  and party allies are disenfranchising worker-class delegates at Iowa Democratic'>Polk County Iowa Democratic Convention.

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