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Wisconsin, Washington and Hawaii Primaries

Primaries in two states on Feb. 19 (Wisconsin and Washington ) may cement John McCain's grasp on the GOP presidential nomination. On the Democratic side, Wisconsin and Hawaii voters will pick between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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Obama Takes Hawaii and Wisconsin in Decisive Fashion
Article | Sen. Barack Obama won the Wisconsin Democratic primary and the Hawaii caucuses decisively last night, extending his winning streak to 10 consecutive contests and dealing another significant blow to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose imperiled presidential candidacy now hangs on the outcome of...
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Obama Chips Away at Clinton's Usual Hard Core of Supporters
Article | After the Super Tuesday primaries two weeks ago, Sen. Barack Obama faced continuing questions about the support he could draw from lower-income white voters and those with less education, who had to that point proved to be the bedrock of support for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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With Victory in Wisconsin, McCain Is Talking Like a Nominee
Article | COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 19 -- A triumphant Sen. John McCain claimed the Republican presidential nomination as his own Tuesday night after easily winning the Wisconsin primary, for the first time acknowledging his success at besting a crowded, fractured field of GOP hopefuls.

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