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19 presidential candidates will go toe-to-toe in Iowa on Sunday; who can break from the pack?

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Nineteen presidential candidates, 1,500 Democratic activists and about 100 members of the media will descend on an Iowa ballroom Sunday.
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20 Democratic presidential candidates are trying to win over voters in Iowa before Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump arrive in the state on Tuesday.

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