With new polls raising questions about the lead of GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, Republicans running for President gather here in the Centennial State for their third debate, with just over three months until voters make their first choices in the 2016 race for the White House.
Trump warmed up with a rally in Iowa, where recent polls show that he has fallen behind Ben Carson in the nation's first caucus state.
"Do me a favor. Let me win Iowa," Trump said, as he reminded Iowa voters that the last two winners of that state had not gone on to gain the GOP nomination.
Trump will stand next to Carson for a second straight debate; the two men did not lock horns last time at the Reagan Library in California, and it wasn't clear if they would in this CNBC debate on Wednesday night.
Here is a quick look at each candidate:
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