Obama's Big Wins a Sign of 'New South'

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Sen. Barack Obama shows confirmation that he voted in Chicago during the Illinois primary on Super Tuesday. hide caption

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The highest profile black candidate yet to run for president showed substantial power in the Deep South on Tuesday. In Alabama, voters say Sen. Barack Obama's big win offers evidence that the racial divide of the "Old South" has faded.



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