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Des Moines / Joe Biden / Jimmy Carter / John Kerry #1167921

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 01, 2016
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The modern Iowa caucuses date back to us 1972 when Democrat Ed Muskie of Maine finished second to uncommitted. Dean Reynolds found a place where the start of the presidential race always ends in a photo finish. Winners and many losers adorn the walls of this exhibit at Grand View University in Des Moines. Photographs chronicling Iowa's caucuses from Jimmy Carter to Ted Cruz. There's John Kerry on the floor and the bench. Al Haig with a piglet. John McCain back and front to Marco Rubio's and to J...
Reporter(s):
Dean Reynolds
Duration:
00:02:17

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