New Hampshire's a Wrap, It's on to Super Tuesday

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John Kerry won big yesterday in New Hampshire, with 39 percent of the vote. Howard Dean had just 26, John Edwards and Wesley Clark each got 12 percent, and Joe Lieberman scored 9. But Iowa and New Hampshire are small, mostly white, states with a total of 67 Democratic delegates. Next Tuesday, more than four times that many will be up for grabs, in diverse states of the South, West and Midwest. We talk about the demographics, the delegate count and the issues, and hear from Arizona, South Carolina and the biggest prize of all-Missouri, whose favorite son Dick Gephardt dropped out. (This segment is an abbreviated version of one originally broadcast earlier today on To the Point.)
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Tenet Healthcare on sale of hospitals

Special Healthcare Tax (Measure B, 2002)

New Hampshire primary results

Brady's article on Kerry's campaign in the South

Matthews' article on the Democrats in Arizona

Brownstein's article on what voters want



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