Supporters greet Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she arrives at a town hall at Eagle Heights Elementary School in Clinton, Iowa, Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016. “This is one of the biggest parts of the decision as you head toward Feb. 1 that I want you to keep in mind,” Clinton said recently, telling voters that they’re “not just picking a president, but a commander in chief.”
Supporters greet Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she arrives at a town hall at Eagle Heights Elementary School in Clinton, Iowa, Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016. “This is one of the biggest parts of the decision as you head toward Feb. 1 that I want you to keep in mind,” Clinton said recently, telling voters that they’re “not just picking a president, but a commander in chief.” Patrick Semansky AP
Supporters greet Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she arrives at a town hall at Eagle Heights Elementary School in Clinton, Iowa, Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016. “This is one of the biggest parts of the decision as you head toward Feb. 1 that I want you to keep in mind,” Clinton said recently, telling voters that they’re “not just picking a president, but a commander in chief.” Patrick Semansky AP

As Iowa caucuses near, Clinton dials back attacks, Sanders courts young voters

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