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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: Impeachment may be dominating the headlines, but the race to challenge President

  • Trump in next year's -- or this year's election is about to kick into a new gear.

  • John Yang reports on the push to win support before the first voters have their say.

  • JOHN YANG: For Iowa Democrats, decision time is nearing a, campaign buses roll, like this

  • one with a populist theme carrying Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders

  • SEN. BERNIE SANDERS (I-VT), Presidential Candidate: How are you doing?

  • JOHN YANG: Boosted by polls showing his message gaining steam.

  • SEN. BERNIE SANDERS: Well, we're feeling good. Polls are polls. What matters is the kind

  • of grassroots activism that we have. We have got people knocking on doors all over the

  • state.

  • JOHN YANG: But for the rising candidate, there's rising pressure.

  • Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar told NBC that Sanders is too liberal.

  • SEN. AMY KLOBUCHAR (D-MN), Presidential Candidate: I don't think he should be leading the ticket.

  • I think I should be leading the ticket, because my ideas are much more in synch with bold

  • ways of getting things done.

  • JOHN YANG: A third senator, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, also zoomed to Iowa during

  • the weekend break in the impeachment trial.

  • SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN (D-MA), Presidential Candidate: Good to be in Muscatine.

  • WOMAN: Hey, Senator.

  • SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN: Good not to be in Washington.

  • JOHN YANG: Hers was a topsy-turvy weekend, lagging in some polls, but also scoring the

  • endorsement from The Des Moines Register editorial board. She, too, made the case that she could

  • win in November.

  • SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN: Can we just address it right here? Women win.

  • (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

  • SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN: We took back the House and we took back statehouses around the nation

  • because of women candidates and the women who do the hard work to get it done.

  • (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

  • JOHN YANG: Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg staked his claim to electability on his outreach

  • to non-Democrats. His venue? A town hall hosted by FOX News.

  • PETE BUTTIGIEG (D), Presidential Candidate: I'm meeting a lot of what I like to call future

  • former Republicans who are coming to my events. If you're having trouble looking your kids

  • in the eye and explaining this presidency to them, then you have a choice.

  • JOHN YANG: Still, even though Iowa's caucuses are just a week away, it wasn't the sole focus

  • of the leading candidates.

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden was in New Hampshire, where the primary is set for the

  • following week.

  • For the "PBS NewsHour," I'm John Yang.

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