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Campaigning for Florida's Votes

After heading into Florida's primary neck-and-neck with Mitt Romney, John McCain wins in the Sunshine State. Since only GOP voters could participate, McCain's win suggests party regulars are getting more comfortable with his candidacy. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton won a contest in which no delegates were at stake.

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