Fighting in Iowa, Hillary Clinton fears repeat of 2008 loss
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa - The campaign for Monday's presidential caucuses in Iowa is beginning to resemble a bad flashback for Hillary Clinton.
Once again she finds herself barnstorming through the state's frozen stretches with a diminished lead in the polls and an underdog rival on the rise.
Last time, in 2008, it was Barack Obama. This time it's Bernie Sanders.
Her final days in Iowa are a sprint through the state that opens voting in the 2016 campaign. She's trying to stave off Sanders' effort to turn his late boost of enthusiasm into a strong showing and a possible victory in the caucuses.
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