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Democratic Presidential Debate Set for Las Vegas

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Democratic Presidential Debate Set for Las Vegas

Democratic Presidential Debate Set for Las Vegas

Democratic Presidential Debate Set for Las Vegas

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With seven weeks to go before Iowa casts the first primary votes, Democrats vying for president are set to make one more pitch in a debate in Las Vegas. Sen. Hillary Clinton, from New York, will be the center of the debate and needs to redeem herself from the last debate, analysts say. Illinois Sen. Barack Obama comes in with momentum after a speech in Iowa that criticized Clinton, saying she does not offer change.

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