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Huckabee Explains His Long-Shot Run
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Huckabee Explains His Long-Shot Run

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Huckabee Explains His Long-Shot Run

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Much of the Republican Party is rallying around Sen. John McCain, who seems close to having the Republican presidential nomination sewn up. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is well behind in the delegate count. But Huckabee won at least two more contests over the weekend — and he says he's not ready to quit yet.

Huckabee talks with Michele Norris about why he's staying in the race.

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