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'Occupy' Activists Urge Like-Minded to Participate In, Not Disrupt, Iowa Caucuses

The struggle to keep the movement going, and activists engaged in work more incremental than immediate, is particularly acute right now in Iowa. Here, the Occupy effort has had a focus for the past few months: the presidential caucuses. But what happens after Jan. 3?
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Romney, Paul Are 1 And 2 In Another Iowa Poll, Santorum Rising

With just one holiday weekend between now and Tuesday's Republican presidential caucuses in Iowa, there's another poll signalling that it could be a close battle at the top between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas).
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Iowa Veterans For Paul Explain The Attraction

Ron Paul often says that he has received more donations from active military personnel than the other GOP candidates combined. That's intriguing, given that Paul is the only candidate calling for significant cuts in military spending. Pro-Paul veterans in Iowa explain why they support him.
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Perry Campaign Amplifies Attacks On Santorum

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry has been aboard a bus touring Iowa hoping to score an upset in next Tuesday's caucuses. Perry spent Thursday trying to reverse the surge that challenger Rick Santorum has seen in a recent poll.
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Bachmann Fights To Convince Iowans She's Electable

GOP presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann wrapped up her bus tour of Iowa's 99 counties Thursday. She's been on the road for most of the last two weeks in a final push to generate support before Tuesday's caucuses.
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Ron Paul Nears Top Of Iowa's GOP Presidential Polls

The latest Republican presidential candidate to move to the front of the pack in Iowa is Texas Congressman Ron Paul. That position has made him a target for most of the other candidates as each makes a closing run across Iowa. What sets Paul apart from his rivals is how much of the time he focuses U.S. foreign policy.

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