Kerry Wins Big in Five States Sen. John Kerry wins in five of the seven states holding nominating contests Tuesday, including Missouri, which had the most delegates at stake. Sen. John Edwards claims victory in his native South Carolina. Retired general Wesley Clark ekes out a win in Oklahoma. Sen. Joseph Lieberman exits the presidential race. Howard Dean has yet to win any primaries or caucuses. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.
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Kerry Takes Five States; Edwards, Clark Win One

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Kerry Takes Five States; Edwards, Clark Win One

Kerry Takes Five States; Edwards, Clark Win One

Kerry Takes Five States; Edwards, Clark Win One

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Sen. John Kerry wins in five of the seven states holding nominating contests Tuesday, including Missouri, which had the most delegates at stake. Sen. John Edwards claims victory in his native South Carolina. Retired general Wesley Clark ekes out a win in Oklahoma. Sen. Joseph Lieberman exits the presidential race. Howard Dean has yet to win any primaries or caucuses. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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