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President Donald J. Trump continues to hold a sizeable advantage over his competition in the Iowa Secretary of State’s presidential poll at the Iowa State Fair.

Trump leads as of 1 p.m. on Monday with 661 votes (44.18 percent). Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is second with 234 votes (15.64 percent). South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott is the only other candidate with more than 10 percent. Scott has 170 votes (11.36 percent).

President Joe Biden is struggling in the Democrat race. Biden has just 60.71 percent of the vote. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has received 19.55 percent and Marianne Williamson has 19.74 percent.

Those who attend the fair can stop and vote at the Secretary of State’s booth inside the Varied Industries Building.


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