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Obama and Clinton Stop Pulling Punches

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Obama and Clinton Stop Pulling Punches

Election 2008

Obama and Clinton Stop Pulling Punches

Obama and Clinton Stop Pulling Punches

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With just a few days left to catch voters' attention before the Thanksgiving holiday, the two leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination are in the two states that get the first say.

A new Washington Post-ABC poll suggests that Sen. Barack Obama is strengthening his position in Iowa. That's where Sen. Hillary Clinton is Tuesday. Obama, meanwhile, is in New Hampshire.

David Greene in Iowa and Don Gonyea in New Hampshire tell Melissa Block that Clinton and Obama are becoming more vocal with their criticisms of each other.

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