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Buttigieg To Recapture Magic

Buttigieg To Recapture Magic

As the senators were sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday, Buttigieg took questions from voters in Orange City, Iowa, one of the most conservative corners of the state.

“It’s definitely an advantage for him and Biden because that means they can be here,” said Jeff Link, an Iowa-based Democratic strategist.

She left the event still leaning toward Biden, but she’ll make up her mind on Feb.

3, when she’ll “go off my emotion” to make her final decision.

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