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Elizabeth Warren overtakes Joe Biden in key state, new poll shows

SBS Sunday, 22 September 2019
Former vice president Joe Biden remains the leader in national polls, but the results suggest that the race is narrowing to a two-candidate contest, as popular Senator Bernie Sanders loses ground to newcomer Elizabeth Warren.
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