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Obama and Clinton say they expect a Super Tuesday draw

 Obama and Clinton say they expect a Super Tuesday draw
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After the Super Tuesday US primaries, Hillary Clinton is leading the Democrat vote count in California but it would take a mathematician to work out who the overall Democrat winner is. Barack Obama took more states, but Clinton won delegate rich New York. She could also very well take the big prize of California, where the race was tight.

Clinton told her supporters: “After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interest, you are ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House.

“The Republicans want eight more years of the same. They see tax cuts for the wealthy and they say why not more. They see nine trillion dollars in debt and say why not trillions more. They see five years in Iraq and say why not a hundred more. Well, they have got until January the 20th, 2009, and not one day more.”

The Clinton and Obama camps say they expect the final count of delegates for the night to be relatively even.