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DEMOCRATIC RDP
(2008-01-16)
(wgvu) - SENATOR HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON PULLED OFF AN
EASY WIN IN MICHIGAN'S DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY. SHE WAS THE
PARTY'S ONLY MAJOR CANDIDATE ON THE BALLOT.
THE PRIMARY CARRIED NO DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES BECAUSE IT WAS HELD
OUTSIDE OF PARTY RULES IN DEFIANCE OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL
COMMITTEE.
CLINTON FACED COMPETITION PRINCIPALLY FROM THE "UNCOMMITTED"
LINE ON THE BALLOT.
RETURNS FROM MOST THE STATE'S PRECINCTS SHOWED HER WITH 57
PERCENT OF THE VOTE, AND UNCOMMITTED GAINING ABOUT 38 PERCENT.
NEITHER CLINTON, SENATOR BARACK OBAMA NOR FORMER SENATOR JOHN
EDWARDS STUMPED IN MICHIGAN.
ALL THREE FOCUSED ON A TWO-HOUR DEBATE IN LAS VEGAS, AHEAD OF
THE NEVADA CAUCUSES ON SATURDAY.
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