DES MOINES, Iowa (CNN) -- With Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama increasingly sniping at each other, Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards sees an opening in Iowa.
Edwards, Clinton and Obama are in a statistical dead heat in the Hawkeye state, according to the latest polls, and, with a little less than one month left until the Iowa caucuses on January 3, Clinton and Obama are trading almost-daily attacks on each others character and judgment.
Edwards, wedged between two history making marquee names with multi-million dollar war chests, often gets lost in the conversation.
The former senator from North Carolina doesn't seem to mind at all, in part because he sees an opening in the free fire range between Clinton and Obama.
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