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Hi everyone, I'm Andrea Rene and you're watching the political brief from Get the daily****. The Super Bow...
Hi everyone, I'm Andrea Rene and you're watching the political brief from Get the daily****. The Super Bowl is over but Super Tuesday is about to begin! It could be the make it or break it election day for the top presidential candidates for both parties. And many political experts are saying it could be the most important national primary in U.S. history! Twenty two states will hold elections for the Democrats and 21 states for the Republicans. For the democratic candidates, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, the polls show a virtual tie, and its possible that not even the massive amount of delegates up for grabs tomorrow will decide who is going to be the party's nomination. Previously, Clinton was leading over Obama a national level but now, the senator from Illinois is making sigificant gains in voters from the male population, both white and african-american. And on the republican side, Senator John McCain is pulling way ahead of other contenders Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. In fact, he's giving speeches as if he already won the nomination! Which for the Republican party, is likely to be decided after tomorrow's vote. Now, candidates on both sides are focusing their attacks not on their fellow party nominees, but on their possible general election contenders. If you thought the political ads were bad now, hold steady because the campaign is just getting started. You just heard the political brief from Get the daily. I'm Andrea Rene and be sure to check back at get the daily**** for ongoing election coverage and Super Tuesday results.
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