Busy weekend in Iowa for presidential hopefuls

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Several presidential hopefuls are making their way into Iowa in June 2015 for some campaign stops.

These White House-contenders include Democrats Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders, according to the organization Democracy in Action’s online publication. The Republicans who were making June visits included Ben Carson, Chris Christie, and Bobby Jindal.

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Though these candidates are making their way all across Iowa, there will be a couple stops nearer to the Quad Cities.

On Thursday, June 11, 2015, O’Malley was expected to attend a meet and greet at Sanctuary Pub in Iowa City. On Sunday, June 14, Hillary Clinton was expected to join supporters at a house party in Burlington after speaking in Des Moines at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

About a week prior, Republican candidate Mike Huckabee visited Davenport, Iowa for a meet and greet at Thunder Bay Grille.

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