WASHINGTON — The Democratic field of candidates seeking their party’s nomination to challenge President Bush’s reelection bid faces its first test Monday with the Iowa caucuses, followed by the Jan. 27 New Hampshire primary.

While former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean has been the front-runner, the campaigns of retired Gen. Wesley Clark in New Hampshire and Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt and Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry in Iowa are posing serious challenges, and the other major candidates say they’re not giving up yet, as they court sizable numbers of undecided voters in both states.

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