U.S. presidential contenders from both major political parties are making a furious last-minute push for votes in a dozen states in advance of the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses March 1. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are favored to pick up a large share of delegates in Tuesday's vote, the single busiest day of the primary election season. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has more from Washington.
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