From left, Iowa Republican voters Jake Dagel, of Ankeny, Vinita Smith of Panora, Ryan Keller of Des Moines, and John Stokka of Urbandale, talk about the senate race between Republican State Sen. Joni Ernst and Democratic US Rep. Bruce Braley at the Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa, Sept. 8, 2014. (Scott Morgan/McClatchy/TNS)
From left, Iowa Republican voters Jake Dagel, of Ankeny, Vinita Smith of Panora, Ryan Keller of Des Moines, and John Stokka of Urbandale, talk about the senate race between Republican State Sen. Joni Ernst and Democratic US Rep. Bruce Braley at the Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa, Sept. 8, 2014. (Scott Morgan/McClatchy/TNS) MCT
From left, Iowa Republican voters Jake Dagel, of Ankeny, Vinita Smith of Panora, Ryan Keller of Des Moines, and John Stokka of Urbandale, talk about the senate race between Republican State Sen. Joni Ernst and Democratic US Rep. Bruce Braley at the Machine Shed restaurant in Urbandale, Iowa, Sept. 8, 2014. (Scott Morgan/McClatchy/TNS) MCT

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