Last updated: February 19, 2018

In Philly, candidates face the crucial cheesesteak test

File-This April 7, 2016, file photo shows Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holding her Metrocard as she goes through the turnstile to enter the subway in the Bronx borough of New York. Competitive races have extended the primary calendars, requiring the candidates to have more local know-how. In New York City recently Ohio Gov. John Kasich took flack for eating pizza with a knife and fork. Clinton was mocked for struggling to use a Metrocard to ride the New York subway. And Bernie Sanders thought the subway still took tokens, which were phased out in 2003. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Five-point plans, engaging speeches and star endorsements are all important in a presidential campaign, but how well do candidates REALLY know the cities and towns where they're wooing voters?



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