Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards barnstormed through 24 straight hours of campaigning on Wednesday to dramatize the urgency of his fight for middle America and capitalize on a jump in the polls.
With Iowa's crucial party caucuses set for Thursday, Edwards drove hundreds of miles as part of a 16-stop, 36-hour "marathon for the middle class" tour. Along the way he delivered his speech to audiences of campaign volunteers, supporters in town offices, a union hall, coffee bars and even private homes in the dead of a freezing night.
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