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How Democratic candidates are trying to stand out before third debate

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As the third Democratic presidential debate nears, candidates are weighing their strategic options to win the nomination as some of their colleagues end their campaigns. Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright joins NBC News NOW to explain how a candidates can make their crowds sizes translate into a lead in the polls.