Republican Presidential Race

NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold reports on how the race for the Republican presidential nomination is shaping up. Texas Governor George W. Bush is riding high after his Saturday win in South Carolina's open primary. Bush led Senator John McCain by 11 points in the southern state, and is working to solidify his lead in Michigan and Arizona. McCain did win majorities among Independent and Democrats, and is trying to attact more new voters for Tuesday's races.

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