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    February 24, 2016 8:23 PM
    South Carolina's presidential primaries, spread out over two weeks, will come to an end Saturday when Democratic party voters go to the polls to choose between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. But the results for both the Republicans, who voted February 20th, and Democrats will have a major impact as the primary election process moves forward. VOA's Brian Allen in Columbia, South Carolina, explains why.

    South Carolina's Primary Elections Have Major Impact on Presidential Race

    Published February 24, 2016

    South Carolina's presidential primaries, spread out over two weeks, will come to an end Saturday when Democratic party voters go to the polls to choose between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. But the results for both the Republicans, who voted February 20th, and Democrats will have a major impact as the primary election process moves forward. VOA's Brian Allen in Columbia, South Carolina, explains why.


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