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Hopefuls mine rich supply of delegates

California holds biggest prize of Super Tuesday

Bill Clinton campaigned for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton at Santa Ana College in California. A new poll suggests that Clinton and Barack Obama are locked in a statistical dead heat with California voters. Bill Clinton campaigned for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton at Santa Ana College in California. A new poll suggests that Clinton and Barack Obama are locked in a statistical dead heat with California voters. (David McNew/Getty Images)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 5, 2008

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LOS ANGELES - Republican presidential candidates are making an 11th-hour effort to woo voters in this delegate-rich state, while Democrats are deluging the airwaves with ads to galvanize support in Super Tuesday's biggest prize. (Full article: 778 words)

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