Democrats Try to Set Themselves Apart in Iowa The six leading Democratic presidential candidates met Thursday for the final debate before the Iowa Caucuses Jan. 3. Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama along with ex-Sen. John Edwards are in a tight race in Iowa, and each highlighted personal attributes to set themselves apart from the crowd.
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Democrats Try to Set Themselves Apart in Iowa

Democrats Try to Set Themselves Apart in Iowa

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The six leading Democratic presidential candidates met Thursday for the final debate before the Iowa Caucuses Jan. 3. Like the Republican debate Wednesday, this one featured few fireworks.

Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama along with former Sen. John Edwards are in a very tight race in Iowa, and each highlighted personal attributes to set themselves apart from the crowd.