Presidential candidates racing to finish line

NC_lv50tweb_700x394Washington, D.C.– Donald Trump and three other candidates are at the same event in Iowa Tuesday.

Ted Cruz is packing in six meet and greets in New Hampshire.

Trump’s increasing attacks on Cruz – not mentioning him by name at rallies: “I heard someone say ‘We’re going to build a wall.’ I said where did that come from? Nobody ever said that before but me.” Donald Trump/ (R) Presidential Candidate

Cruz says issues are fair game but he won’t launch personal attacks. “If he or anyone else wants to engage in insults, he’s welcome to do so. I don’t intend to respond in kind.” Ted Cruz/ (R) Presidential Candidate

The latest NBC Wall Street Journal poll results – released Monday night – show the battle for the Republican nomination has given four in 10 voters a more negative view of the party

But it’s not having as much of an impact among Republicans. “You can support someone who has the experience in getting results for people,” said Hillary Clinton, (D) Presidential Candidate.

NBC poll shows more Democrats value experience over change. That could benefit Hillary Clinton.

Bernie sanders greets voters in Iowa Tuesday. “They want real change in the way we do business.” Bernie Sanders/ (R) Presidential Candidate

The poll finds more than half of democrats unfazed by the tone of their party’s campaigns.

And who do voters like? Clinton has the highest positive numbers in our poll, followed by Sanders, Cruz and Rubio tied, Carson – then Trump.

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