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'Barack Stars' Work to Win Iowa's Youth, Seniors

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'Barack Stars' Work to Win Iowa's Youth, Seniors

Election 2008

'Barack Stars' Work to Win Iowa's Youth, Seniors

'Barack Stars' Work to Win Iowa's Youth, Seniors

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While the national polls show Hillary Clinton head-and-shoulders above the Democratic field, she's in a three-way race in Iowa with Barack Obama and John Edwards.

For Obama to win in Iowa, his field organization, in reaching out to both young voters and seniors, is going to be crucial.

The "Barack Stars" are trying to make a difference in the nation's first caucus state.

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