Clinton campaign coming back to Iowa



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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is bringing her presidential campaign back to the kickoff caucus state of Iowa next week.

Clinton's Iowa spokeswoman Lily Adams said she will be in Iowa on Monday and Tuesday for a series of small events. Adams said Clinton wants to have one-on-one time to talk with Iowans.

Clinton launched her 2016 Democratic presidential bid in early April and immediately visited Iowa for some small town events. She has also been to New Hampshire and Nevada as she seeks to convince voters that she is working hard for the nomination.

During her first trip to Iowa, Clinton steered clear of big cities, meeting with students at a community college in Monticello in the east and touring a produce company in Norwalk, 10 miles south of Des Moines.

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