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Ernst Struggles in Iowa as Republicans Battle to Hold Senate Amid Trump’s Woes

NYTimes.com Saturday, 17 October 2020
Senator Joni Ernst, the first woman to represent Iowa in Congress, is facing the same headwinds plaguing President Trump, who is lagging in the state in part because of deep disadvantage among women.
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