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Women voters could drive Democratic choice

Candidates woo female caucusgoers

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / December 21, 2007

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DES MOINES - Women are likely to make up 60 percent or more of Democratic primary voters and caucusgoers in many states, including the crucial first state of Iowa, according to pollsters, political analysts, and campaign organizers. (Full article: 1195 words)

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