Hillary Hits The Hustings

In Iowa, Clinton finds hope and hype. But votes will come harder

It was the kind of magically spontaneous moment that happens all too rarely in the tightly scripted world of a big-time presidential campaign. In the first of what is going to be hundreds of packed Iowa living rooms that Hillary Clinton will visit over the next year, Dale Todd stepped from the crowd and introduced his son Adam, a 7-year-old scamp in a red sweater vest, who suffers from a tricky form of epilepsy that has defied every one of the half a dozen medications he has tried. The former Cedar Rapids city councilman told his neighbors that Clinton had pushed harder than...

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