Attendees applaud and wave signs during a campaign event featuring Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, Iowa, Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)x
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Presidential hopefuls in frantic sprint to Iowa voteMonths into their White House campaigns, U.S. presidential candidates Sunday made a final frenzied push to persuade voters before Iowa kicks off the nomination process. Democrat Hillary Clinton, fearful of a 2008 repeat when she was beaten to the punch in Iowa by an upstart Barack Obama, was leaving nothing to chance, stumping in the heartland this weekend as her main rival Senator Bernie Sanders did the same, seeking to deny her yet another shot at history.Cruz is locked in a do-or-die battle with Trump in Iowa, and is counting on a strong evangelical turnout to help propel him to victory here.Rubio portrayed himself as the most electable Republican who can challenge Clinton, but warned that internal feuding will only doom the GOP in 2016 .The same poll gave Trump a bigger lead over his Republican rivals: The billionaire businessman had the support of 28 percent of voters, followed by Cruz at 23 percent, and Rubio with 15 percent.
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