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Candidates Make Final Push For Votes With Iowa Stops

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As the presidential candidates make their final push to get your votes in the November 6th election, voters in the Quad City area will have a few more opportunities to see them in person. Over the next couple of days, candidates from both parties will be making campaign stops in Iowa.

On Friday, republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will be at the University of Northern Iowa.

Then on Saturday, voters in the Dubuque area will have a chance to see both presidential candidates. Mitt Romney is set to hold a rally in Dubuque at the Dubuque Regional Airport. The same day, President Obama will be at Washington Park.

Tickets for both of Saturday's events are available on the candidates websites.

www.barackobama.com     www.mittromney.com