It remains to be seen if those precincts are typical and what pans out throughout the state, but a jump in his lead in that area by such a margin (up from 3 percent in 2000) certainly sounds good.
If he does win in South Carolina, where he was beaten in 2000, and overtakes a Southern preacher (Huck) and a Southern conservative (Fred) after spending the last eight years ticking off the base, it's quite a remarkable win. We shall see.
Update: More on high turn-out and late deciders.
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