Early Debates Could Spark Voter Fatigue New York Sen. Hillary Clinton has a commanding lead over her Democratic rivals, while political experts wonder whether the third round of debates will impact voter attitudes so early in the campaign season.
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Early Debates Could Spark Voter Fatigue

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Early Debates Could Spark Voter Fatigue

Early Debates Could Spark Voter Fatigue

Early Debates Could Spark Voter Fatigue

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New York Sen. Hillary Clinton has a commanding lead over her Democratic rivals, while political experts wonder whether the third round of debates will impact voter attitudes so early in the campaign season.