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Presidential Candidates Boost Campaign Efforts

The Republican and Democratic presidential candidates make a final appeal to voters before the "Potomac Primaries" of Maryland, Virginia and D.C. on Feb. 12, 2008.

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Obama Handily Wins in 3 States
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Campaigns Prepare for a Long Haul
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796 Insiders May Hold Democrats' Key
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Clinton Replaces Top Aide Amid Losses
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Three Leaders' Chosen Ones
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Despite GOP's Push for McCain, Huckabee Won't Pull Out of Race
Article | VIRGINIA BEACH, Feb. 11 -- At a private meeting of conservatives in the House of Representatives last month, Rep. Patrick T. McHenry (N.C.) ridiculed Sen. John McCain (Ariz.), asking why his fellow right-wing activists "shouldn't be physically ill at the prospects of a President McCain."
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Romney Out, McCain Looks Ahead
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Clinton and Obama Share Billing at Richmond Event
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Campaigns Cover the Region In Last Effort to Charm Voters
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Area Voters Cast Primary Ballots
Video | Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. residents discuss who they voted for in Tuesday's Potomac Primary. Video by Nancy Donaldson and Whitney Shefte/washingtonpost.comEditor: Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.com

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