Comments:US citizens in 24 states vote on 'Super Tuesday'

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After Super Tuesday John McCain has got a huge lead in the Republican side. However in the Democrats, even though as this comment is posted Hilary Clinton has a 90-delegate lead over Obama and 800-odd delegates in total the race is hardly begun as 2025 delegates are needed to win the Democratic nomination. —58.161.136.180 10:42, 7 February 2008 (UTC)