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Iowa conservative unveils new pledge for GOP candidates

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An influential Iowa conservative will unveil a new pledge on Thursday for Republican presidential candidates, asking them to affirm socially conservative principles.

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Bob Vander Plaats, the president and CEO of the group The Family Leader, is set to unveil a candidate pledge on Thursday morning in Iowa. Vander Plaats, the chairman of Mike Huckabee's 2008 campaign in Iowa, won't endorse a 2012 Republican candidate if they don't sign his pledge.

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