Local residents receive their ballots at the Polk County Election Office on the first day of early voting, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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Hillary Clinton campaigns Thursday in Iowa just as the state begins early voting, with the Democrat seeking to pry the pivotal swing state away from Republican Donald Trump and spur turnout that could ultimately decide the presidency.More vitally for Clinton will be to ensure that chunks of the electorate actually turn out to vote and reverse Trump's lead.Clinton's main tool to inoculate against that possibility is likely to be Trump himself.Clinton hammered away at Trump's propensity to stretch the truth, as it released an online video highlighting several moments during the pair's first debate this week when Clinton pointed to statements Trump had made in the past, only to have Trump insist he never made them despite clear evidence.The latest Quinnipiac poll showed Clinton at just 31 percent among young voters, an uncomfortably small lead over Trump's 26 percent.
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