Obama Gets Even with Clinton; McCain Rises in Fla. In the wake of Sen. Barack Obama's decisive win in the South Carolina Democratic primary, his main rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, has wasted no time in moving on to the next contest. The two presidential candidates have now each won two victories in the early primary and caucus season, shutting out former Sen. John Edwards.
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Obama Gets Even with Clinton; McCain Rises in Fla.

Obama Gets Even with Clinton; McCain Rises in Fla.

Audie Cornish, David Greene and Ron Elving, with Andrea Seabrook

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In the wake of Sen. Barack Obama's decisive win in the South Carolina Democratic primary, his main rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, has wasted no time in moving on to the next contest. The two presidential candidates have now each won two victories in the early primary and caucus season, shutting out former Sen. John Edwards.

As for the Republican candidates, they are focused on Florida, where Sen. John McCain has garnered a key endorsement, from former Gov. Charlie Crist.