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Carroll native and medical technology entrepreneur Dr. Steven Kraus has founded an independent political action committee to boost Hillary Clinton’s White House candidacy.

The Super PAC — Iowans For A Prosperous & Safer America — launched a website (www.I4PSAmerica.org) today and began placing newspaper ads throughout rural Iowa.

The PAC intends to finance advertising in all of Iowa’s 99 counties to advocate for Hillary Clinton, Kraus said.



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