Election 2008

GOP Voters Cast Ballots in S.C. Primary

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South Carolina is seen as a crucial early voting state: Its primary has consistently foretold the Republican nomination since 1980 and often sets the tone for voting in other Southern states. Going into the race, Sen. John McCain (AZ) and former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee were the favorites. NPR's Debbie Elliott gives an update from Columbia, S.C.



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