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COUNTDOWN TO IOWA

Ground game is key for Democrats

Mike Jordan, a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, talked to Emily Overbeck, while canvassing a neighborhood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last month. Mike Jordan, a supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, talked to Emily Overbeck, while canvassing a neighborhood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last month. (David Lienemann/Associated Press)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / December 30, 2007

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BOONE, Iowa - John Edwards has the practice, having placed second in the last Iowa caucuses and visited more counties than anyone else. Barack Obama has the buzz, which has translated into an unmatched volunteer army. And Hillary Clinton has the machine, a formidable alliance of the state's leading political minds and institutional backers. (Full article: 1315 words)

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