McCain Gains; Romney Sags; Clinton Edges Ahead

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

Gallery: The Campaign Trail
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Tuesday's big Republican winner was John McCain, Mitt Romney's relatively weak performance leaves him hobbled going forward. Mike Huckabee made a strong enough showing to keep running. On the Democratic side, Barack Obama may find himself playing catch-up in his race with Hillary Clinton.

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