Super Tuesday Aftermath

NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold reports on the outcome of Super Tuesday. Texas Governor George W. Bush won seven Republican primaries yesterday, including the delegate-rich states of New York and California. His rival, Senator John McCain, won four states. Now, Bush has turned his focus to the November election. Bush's likely Democratic opponent, Vice-President Al Gore, solidified his candidacy with a Super Tuesday shut-out of his rival, Senator Bill Bradley. Gore, vowed to continue building on the current administration's record of prosperity.



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