Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win South Carolina Democrats take to the polls in their presidential primary. The vote comes just one week after the Republican primary there, in which Arizona Sen. John McCain won a close contest over former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.
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Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win

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Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win

Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win

Obama, Clinton and Edwards Hope for S.C. Win

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South Carolina Democrats turn out in large numbers to vote in their presidential primary. After a rancorous campaign, voters are finally making their choices — among Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and native-son John Edwards.

The vote comes just one week after the Republican primary there, in which Arizona Sen. John McCain won a close contest over former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.