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THE PATH TO VICTORY

Winners triumphed by attracting new voters

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / January 4, 2008

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DES MOINES - The twin victories by Republican Mike Huckabee and Democrat Barack Obama, who positioned themselves as outsiders challenging their party's establishment, upended political wisdom about the Iowa caucuses by targeting and winning the votes of first-time caucus-goers. (Full article: 878 words)

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