Obama Iowa

Obama’s win in the overwhelmingly white state of Iowa was crucial in sending a message to black voters.<br>
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“That took what everyone presumed would have been a Clinton asset — the support of the African American community — and turned it into an Obama asset,” said Bill Carrick, a Democratic strategist and South Carolina native, who stayed neutral in the nominating fight.<br>
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It can be strongly argued that Hillary Clinton's third-place finish in Iowa marked the beginning of the end of her candidacy, which had always been predicated on a string of early wins.
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( Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times )

Obama’s win in the overwhelmingly white state of Iowa was crucial in sending a message to black voters.

“That took what everyone presumed would have been a Clinton asset — the support of the African American community — and turned it into an Obama asset,” said Bill Carrick, a Democratic strategist and South Carolina native, who stayed neutral in the nominating fight.

It can be strongly argued that Hillary Clinton's third-place finish in Iowa marked the beginning of the end of her candidacy, which had always been predicated on a string of early wins.

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