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Nobody doubts that  Barack Obama  will win his home state of  Hawaii , but  Hillary Clinton 's coming on strong in  Wisconsin . Maybe Obama won't win ten in a row.

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Nobody doubts that Barack Obama will win his home state of Hawaii , but Hillary Clinton 's coming on strong in Wisconsin . Maybe Obama won't win ten in a row.

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