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    Super Tuesday Contests Loom as Crucial Test for Presidential Contendersi
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    Jim Malone
    February 25, 2016 8:04 PM
    Democratic presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in the South Carolina primary Saturday, the first test for the party's candidates in the South. Contenders from both parties are also looking ahead to the collection of primaries and caucuses on Super Tuesday, March 1. VOA national correspondent Jim Malone reports.

    Super Tuesday Contests Loom as Crucial Test for Presidential Contenders

    Published February 25, 2016

    Democratic presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in the South Carolina primary Saturday, the first test for the party's candidates in the South. Contenders from both parties are also looking ahead to the collection of primaries and caucuses on Super Tuesday, March 1. VOA national correspondent Jim Malone reports.


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