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Super Tuesday Slip-Slidin' Away from Hill?

Because none of the Dem Super Tuesday states are winner-take-all, the creep toward Obama in polls is more significant than any similar movements for Romney on the Republican side.
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Obama has an opportunity, certainly, to at least stay in the race with California slipping out of the "gimme" column for Hillary. Georgia, with 30 percent black population and more than 100 delegates, will likely go for Obama, and he'll stomp her in Illinois.

Chris Cillizza has a good run-down on what to look for while you're trying to parse the most complicated night of returns in the history of primary elections. Woo!

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