Clear Lake, Iowa (AP) -- Three presidential candidates are using the Fourth of July as a time to get their message across to voters in Iowa.
Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and GOP candidate Mitt Romney marched Wednesday in a parade in Clear Lake.
Senator Clinton was joined by her husband.
Romney was joined on the parade route by his son Josh, who is traveling to every county in Iowa.
Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo, who's also seeking the GOP presidential nod, also had a float in the parade.
Another Democratic presidential candidate spending the day in Iowa is Senator Barak Obama.
Iowa is among the earliest presidential delegate-selection states in the country.
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