Iowa caucuses: Tight races for both parties

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa kicked off voting in the 2016 presidential race Monday night, with the Republican contest shaping up as a three-way fight among Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio. Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were also locked in a tight battle as the caucuses began. The indicators were based on interviews with voters as they arrived at caucus sites across the state, as well as on early vote counts. At stake in Iowa was crucial early momentum in the presidential campaign, and for some candidates, the future of their White House hopes altogether. Candidates faced an electorate deeply frustrated with Washington. While the economy has improved under President…

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