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Democratic presidential candidate, Michael Bennet, shows no sign of getting tired of eating at Iowa diners. Herb Trix reports yesterday, the U.S. Senator from Colorado met with voters at Ross' Restaurant in Bettendorf after campaigning at Muscatine's Black Pearl Cafe and Jenny's Diner in Clinton.


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Shift workers, those with disabilities, members of the military, and others will be able to participate in February's democratic caucuses, even if they're not in Iowa.

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This AP Candidate Tracker is a handy tool for finding out who's in or out of the presidential race.

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Her upbringing, political background, and the Trump Administration were the focus Wednesday morning for Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar in Muscatine. The U.S. Senator from Minnesota held a meet & greet at the Missipi Brewing Company.

Delaney 2020

Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney will campaign in Iowa this weekend, including stops in Dubuque and the Quad Cities. The former congressman from Maryland is making his 26th trip to the state, including the opening of his 7th and 8th campaign offices.

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A Black Hawk College student and his friend are trying to get Joe Biden to run for president in 2020. Collin West of East Moline and Matthew Graf of Rock Island recently founded the "Time For Biden" Super PAC to rally support for the former vice president. 

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Former president Bill Clinton will be in Davenport Thursday night. It'll be one stop on his "Early Vote Bus Tour" through Iowa this week, where he's encouraging residents to vote for his wife, Hillary Clinton.

Bernie Sanders gestures behind a podium while speaking at Genesis hospital in Davenport, Oct. 2014.
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Bernie Sanders has canceled his appearance at a "Stronger Together Rally" in Davenport Monday afternoon due to scheduling  conflicts.

The Clinton campaign says the U.S. Senator from Vermont will stop in Des Moines on Wednesday to discuss Clinton's plans for the economy.

First Presidential Debate Fact Check

Sep 26, 2016
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton go head-to-head in the first presidential debate Monday night. NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, is live annotating the debate. Portions of the debate with added analysis are highlighted, followed by context and fact check from NPR reporters and editors.

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One of several watch parties for the first televised debate between the presidential candidates will be held at Saint Ambrose University. Prior to the party Monday night, the university will host a pre-debate forum.

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