Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win

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South Carolina Democrats turn out in large numbers to vote in their presidential primary. After a rancorous campaign, voters are finally making their choices — among Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and native-son John Edwards.

The vote comes just one week after the Republican primary there, in which Arizona Sen. John McCain won a close contest over former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.



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