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Is It 2020? Bernie Sanders Returning to Iowa

WASHINGTON - In a move sure to stoke speculation about another presidential bid, Bernie Sanders will return to Iowa this weekend for the first time since the Vermont Independent senator narrowly lost the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses last year.

Sanders will give the keynote address Saturday at the annual convention sponsored by the Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, a liberal group that helped Sanders lay the groundwork for this 2016 bid with early invitations to the state.

“That’s right — Bernie is coming back to Iowa for the first time since the 2016 election,” the group teased in marketing material for the event. “He’ll talk about how we continue the political revolution right here in Iowa.”



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