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Iowa wins put Buttigieg, Sanders on hot seat at Democratic debate

The Age Saturday, 8 February 2020
Rivals questioned whether Bernie Sanders' views and Buttigieg's relative lack of experience made them too much of a risk for the November 3 election.
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The performances Friday night may not have moved the needle significantly for any one candidate, but Democratic strategist Mary Ann Marsh says it did make clear that the candidates have painted a target on Pete Buttigieg's back.

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