GOP, Dems Scramble for Votes Ahead of Super Tuesday Polls show Barack Obama narrowing Hillary Clinton's lead, and John McCain emerging as a GOP front-runner, heading into Super Tuesday. For more analysis, Farai Chideya talks with Michael Fauntroy and Mark Sawyer.
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GOP, Dems Scramble for Votes Ahead of Super Tuesday

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GOP, Dems Scramble for Votes Ahead of Super Tuesday

GOP, Dems Scramble for Votes Ahead of Super Tuesday

GOP, Dems Scramble for Votes Ahead of Super Tuesday

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Polls show Barack Obama narrowing Hillary Clinton's lead, and John McCain emerging as a GOP front-runner, heading into Super Tuesday. For more analysis, Farai Chideya talks with Michael Fauntroy and Mark Sawyer.

Fauntroy is professor of public policy at George Mason University and author of Republicans and the Black Vote. Sawyer is political science professor at the University of California, Los Angeles.