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Hoosiers headed for Iowa caucuses

Posted at 5:29 PM, Jan 29, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Five Hoosiers are among the thousands of people who are making the trek to Iowa for Monday's presidential caucuses.

Patrick O'Connor, Steve Wolff and Ryne Clark will go to five candidate rallies and one town hall in four cities. And they'll do it in less than 24 hours.

The men say they want to experience the first major electoral event of the 2016 presidential campaign in person.

The trip is O'Connor's third. He convinced Wolff and Click that it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Click said he's very excited to witness it all and see how it all ends.

"I've been involved with campaigns in the past and have always been working, so it'll be interesting to be able to sit back and watch things play out rather than trying to influence anyone," said Wolff.

The men are hoping to bring candidate photos, campaign buttons, t-shirts and hats back to Indiana.


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