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Presidential Hopefuls Flocking to Iowa

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DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa is getting a lot of traffic from several possible presidential candidates and one confirmed candidate over the next week.

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush will be in Iowa City Saturday for an event with Sen. Chuck Grassley. Bush has not yet announced if he will run for president. He also announced this week he won’t attend the Iowa Straw Poll in August.

Former senator Rick Santorum is not in the race yet, but will be in Marshalltown on Sunday. The event is hosted by the Marshall County Pachyderm Herd, and it is open to the public.

Sen. Rand Paul has already announced his candidacy for president. He’ll appear at several events on Saturday in Burlington, Fairfield, and Oskaloosa. He will end the day in Des Moines where he will speak at the Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner.

A spokesperson for Hillary Clinton told the Des Moines Register Wednesday night that Clinton would be making stops in Iowa on Monday and Tuesday. No more details about her events have been released.

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