After Michigan & Arizona Both Senator John McCain and Governor George W. Bush came away from yesterday's primaries in Michigan and Arizona energized, despite the fact that McCain was the winner in both. The Arizona senator said he was the only Republican who could attract Democrats and independents in the fall to defeat likely Democratic nominee Al Gore. But Bush remained confident he would be the GOP nominee, noting that most of the upcoming Republican primaries limit participation to only Republicans, where Bush is strongest. NPR's Andy Bowers reports.
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After Michigan & Arizona

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After Michigan & Arizona

After Michigan & Arizona

After Michigan & Arizona

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Both Senator John McCain and Governor George W. Bush came away from yesterday's primaries in Michigan and Arizona energized, despite the fact that McCain was the winner in both. The Arizona senator said he was the only Republican who could attract Democrats and independents in the fall to defeat likely Democratic nominee Al Gore. But Bush remained confident he would be the GOP nominee, noting that most of the upcoming Republican primaries limit participation to only Republicans, where Bush is strongest. NPR's Andy Bowers reports.