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Clinton and Barack Split Super Tuesday

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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NECK AND NECK Hillary, Barack • Undecided: Super Tuesday has past, and the Democrats are left divided: Barack Obama wins more states, but Hillary Clinton takes states with higher delegate counts, leaving her slightly out front. Expect the race to continue into spring as states across the country get their primary dates.

The Huck stays in the picture: On the other side, John McCain emerges as the clear victor in yesterday's Republican primaries, but Mike Huckabee scores some surprising victories in the South, successfully drawing conservative, religious voters away from Mitt Romney.

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