Arizona's Undecided Could Swing Vote

Political analysts believe the large number of undecided voters in Arizona — one of seven states holding presidential contests on Feb. 3 — could have a strong bearing on the state's choice of a Democratic nominee. With 55 delegates at stake, Arizona is Tuesday's biggest prize after Missouri. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.

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