Kerry Celebrates Near-Sweep Sen. John Kerry celebrates his near-sweep of the 10 presidential contests Tuesday, with some 1,100 delegates at stake. Kerry thanked his supporters -- as well as his rival, Sen. John Edwards. Edwards, who earlier complimented Kerry on his victory, will reportedly drop out of the race Wednesday. Hear Kerry, NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Kerry Celebrates Super Tuesday Wins

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Kerry Celebrates Super Tuesday Wins

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Sen. John Kerry celebrates his near-sweep of the 10 presidential contests Tuesday, with some 1,100 delegates at stake. Kerry thanked his supporters — as well as his rival, Sen. John Edwards. Edwards, who earlier complimented Kerry on his victory, will reportedly drop out of the race Wednesday. Hear Kerry, NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Scott Horsley.

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