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Derrick Z. Jackson

In S.C. primary, Clinton strategy foiled

Former president Bill Clinton's advocacy for his wife seemed to leave a sour taste in the mouths of South Carolina voters. They chose Barack Obama. Former president Bill Clinton's advocacy for his wife seemed to leave a sour taste in the mouths of South Carolina voters. They chose Barack Obama. (Brian Snyder and Chip East/Reuters File)
By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / January 29, 2008

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SUSAN KILBURN, a 53-year-old real estate office manager voted Republican in the last six presidential elections. She voted here at a park Saturday for Barack Obama, helping him run away with the South Carolina primary and fueling his hopes against Hillary Clinton in the 22-state Super Tuesday Feb. 5. (Full article: 808 words)

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