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Ten things to know about the race for the White House

Donald Trump (L) speaks next to Texas Senator Ted Cruz during the Republican Presidential debate in Charleston, South CarolinaResidents of the US heartland state of Iowa will cast the first votes in the presidential nominations process on February 1, ahead of the November 8 election. The rare absence of establishment-backed Republicans atop the field — even as relative political novices like Donald Trump have flourished — has led some to predict a serious splintering of the party. The success of Bernie Sanders has stunned many observers, especially as a self-proclaimed democratic socialist in a country where the “socialist” label has been political poison.

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